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March 28, 2017

How Often Should You Drag Your Arena?

As I’ve mentioned before, I get arena questions all day long. “What should my footing depth be?”, “What is the best footing for me?”, or “What’s the difference between the TruStride and LiteStride Footing?”. The most common question I’ve been getting lately is “How often should I groom my arena?” Grooming an arena is a […]

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March 13, 2017

Attached Arenas Create Dust in Barn

Building or renovating a barn can be fun, but also very time consuming. You’ll want to design a barn that promotes good health for both the humans and the horses in the barn! Although building your barn with an attached arena sounds like an ideal situation, it could severely affect your horses’ health. An article […]

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March 2, 2017

Spring Cleaning the Tack Trunk

Some parts of the country are having crazy weather, including our location here in Upstate NY. One day it’s 65 degrees, and the next is 30 and snowing. But the warmer weather is giving me spring fever. And all I want to do with spring fever is… clean! My first project: my messy tack trunk. […]

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January 31, 2017

Expensive Now, Worth It Over Time

      I talk to horse people all day, whether through email, phone calls or in person. But often times, these conversations are cut short as soon as the individual hears the price of our footing. After hearing the price, the conversation ends very quickly. I don’t even get a chance to explain to […]

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January 10, 2017

Riding Arena Footing For Each Discipline

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 […]

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