Junior Classic Small Dressage Arena
Our Jr. Classic horse arena is a smaller and more affordable version of our Classic equestrian arena. The unique anchor system stabilizes each post for safety. This small dressage arena easily fits in your pickup or trailer, making it extremely mobile. The Jr. Classic horse arena includes arena rails, posts, caps, and 56 stakes to complete set-up. We offer this equestrian arena in multiple sizes to meet your horse training needs.
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Classic Post and Anchor Design
- Classic post and rail design
- For permanent or temporary use
- Uses 1.5 x 5.5 UV/impact resistant, ribbed rails
- Utilizes highest quality materials
- Includes entry gate at “A”
- Easy storage, transport, and set-up
- Wind proof
- Five-year warranty
The Jr. Classic Arena features a post and rail design. 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.
Smaller posts and rails than the Classic Arena
Ribbed rails with UV and impact modifiers
Regular PVC Profiles vs. Premier PVC profile
- Rail Height: 12″
- Rail Length: 9′ 3.5″
- Rail Dimension: 7/8″ x 3″
- Post Height: 14″
- Post Dimension: 4″ x 4″
- Set-up: 2 Hrs.
- Wind Tolerance: Heavy
- Stakes: Yes
Available arena sizes
- 20×60 meter Dressage Arena
- 20×40 meter 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.