Our Signature And Most Beloved Horse Arena
Introduced in 2000, our Classic Dressage Arena was our first product. Now, we have grown to the industry leader in dressage horse arenas. This equestrian arena is safe, easy-to-install and affordable. Available in all arena sizes making this horse arena perfect your custom needs. Includes arena rails, caps, and stakes.
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The Classic Dressage Arena
- 1.5″ x 5.5″ UV/impact resistant, ribbed rails
- Injection molded cone for precision
- Finished corners & entry gate at “A”
- Wind proof design, great for outdoors
- Designed for easy set-up & take down
- Virtually indestructible
- Meets FEI standards
Our popular post and rail arena
The Classic Arena features a post and rail design. The base weight system allows posts to be filled for stability. This is a great system for temporary installations. The post anchor system utilizes stakes, excellent for long-standing installations. Rails are ribbed to eliminate sagging and are constructed with UV inhibitors and impact modifiers. An entry gate is included, and you choose between three styles of gate post caps.
Post Anchor System
Decorative Gate Caps
Ribbed rails with UV and impact modifiers
Regular PVC Profiles vs. Premier PVC profile
- Rail Height: 14″
- Rail Length: 9’4″
- Post Height:16″
- Rail Dimension: 1.5″ x 5.5″
- Post Dimension 5″x5″
- Set-up: 1 Hr.
- Wind Tolerance: Heavy
- Stakes: Optional
Available arena sizes
- 20×60 meter Dressage Arena
- 20×40 meter Dressage Arena
- 40×100 Driving Arena
It’s easy! Watch “How to Set Up A Dressage Arena”
Caring for your Dressage Arena
Premier Equestrian polymer products are UV protected, moisture resistant and perfectly safe to use throughout the winter. However if you will not be using them, here are some helpful tips for storing your equipment during the cold months.
- Clean off rails, cones and/or posts with water and a mild detergent. Sand, grime and dirt will act as an abrasive, and can scratch your equipment when moving and stacking.
- If you have scratches on the rails, these can be buffed out of PVC easily by using paint thinner. Put a small amount on a rag and carefully buff out the scratch. Be careful not to let it set too long on the PVC or it can damage the material. Then rinse with water.
- Stack rails on a flat surface. This will keep you rails straight and correct any bends that may have developed.