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Horse Arena Footing, Equestrian Safety Surfacing

Overall, horses need very specific surfaces to run, jump, and have more comfort while just walking and being in the space you have designated for them. Therefore, you truly want to work around the best horse arena footing so that they are never injured and provide a space where their joints won’t be over-stressed. At Equestrian Safety Surfacing, we specialize in getting the best arena footing for your horses so that they can be comfortable while you rest assured that riding and going for a few miles with your horses won’t affect their experience and health.

Our company has been in this industry for over 15 years, and while safety surfacing covers more than your regular stables, stalls, and equestrian arenas, we find it especially necessary to work on them. Otherwise, it is quite difficult to get the most out of your experience and keep your horses safe.

Now, with so many products and elements out there, how do you know which one is the most suitable horse arena footing in the market? You will pretty much find options that are mixed with additives and specific components. Naturally, all of them will perform differently depending on the conditions and what you are looking for.

Our role as your professionals and supporters is to make sure you consider your activities, horses’ conditions, and even budget. Then work on the design and installation so that you get the most out of the arena footing and how it should be done for better performance and your own safety.

Feel free to inquire about all details and information so that we can help you make decisions and support your needs around comfort and what your horses will need the most alongside the activities you have.

What Are the Best Types of Horse Arena Footings?

First, you will want to know that not all of them are based on the sand and the usual mix.

However, it is all about the specific components mixed into the sand and what it offers. Therefore, choosing your material from there and playing with what can be achieved is the best option since some, like wood, dirt, and specific options, are available.

From here on, we want to review options with you so that you understand the specific arena footing you should go for depending on the activities, specific needs, and how you wish to get the whole space done:

  • Sand Footing is one of the options most people go for since it is reliable, and thanks to how it is made, you can find variations and specific types that help with more support, less maintenance, and perfect safety and durability.
  • Wood footing is more for a specific aesthetic you want to get. However, it still provides good support and footing comfort for your horses. Additionally, you have the option to add a nice component, such as sand or the wood mixture itself, to get more quality.
  • Dirt footing is considered the cheapest option, which is why some people rely on it. However, it cannot be installed in any horse arena since the area in the country and how drainage is handled will affect the “yes” or “no” when deciding.
  • Rubber footing is the “everything in one” option since it is durable, affordable, reliable, adds extra comfort for footing, and even helps maintain yourself as the rider quite safe as you can fall onto it while being a bit more reassured. Options such as rubber mulch are popular due to their aesthetics and still having all the durable benefits.

How to Get an Estimate for Your Horse Arena Footing Project

A call or email to our team will be more than enough to start addressing your requirements. At Equestrian Safety Surfacing, we are available all year round and ready to take on your request for the best results and guidance on what to choose.

While the previous arena footing options are the main in the market and what we work with the most, we still have other options available. Stone dust footing and fiber footing are good examples of this.

We can help you determine the most suitable one by assessing your horse stall or equestrian arena and working on the design, plan, and installation. This can be done as a free consultation, and we will happily provide an estimate in the process, which can be changed based on any additions or elements you would like to adopt in your equestrian and horse arena footing project.