Archive for the ‘TruStride’ Category

Riding Arena Footing For Each Discipline

Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

So it’s time to update the footing at your horse facility. After extending the life of your arena footing in your indoor for a few years now but the footing has reached the point where it is constantly dusty, uneven, and inconsistent. But what footing should you choose for your facility? Jumping Facilities: Jumping is the […]

Winter Watering Tips

Monday, December 14th, 2015

Well, today is December 14th, and it is a balmy 65 degrees here in Upstate NY! Although the warm temperatures definitely hinder local businesses such as ski resorts or snowmobile shops, it is great for horse riders! We’ve gotten in some extra riding in outdoor arenas and if it continues to stay warm, we’ll be […]

Our Footing Can Help You Go Green!

Monday, October 26th, 2015

Farms all around the country have been working harder and harder to “Go Green”.  Both horse farms and dairy farms are focusing on how to minimize their impact on the world around us. Dairy farms for examples often times use digesters that recycles their cow manure into electricity that runs their entire farm. Horse farms […]

Correct Footing for Horse Disciplines

Monday, October 12th, 2015

Horse disciplines are all so diverse. There’s reining, barrel racing, jumping, grand prix jumping, dressage, endurance, polo, eventing… should I go on? Each discipline asks the horse to do different things and the horse has been trained long and hard to accomplish ever command the rider asks. With each discipline being so diverse, so should […]

Breaking Down the Recipe of our Footing

Monday, October 5th, 2015

We get many questions about what our footing is made up of so I thought I would take a few minutes and explain the components of our footing and why we use such components. Each of our footings has their own special formula. (I’m not going to give you the secret recipe though, sorry!) Let’s […]