Simply the Best Dressage Arenas and Rings for Sale
Safety first • Impact & shatter resistant • Strong, flexible and resilient
There are varying grades of PVC (vinyl) quality used in dressage arenas and rings. Our motto is safety first. Designed with dressage in mind, we use the highest quality vinyl on the market with impact modifiers and extra UV protectors, making our products last longer and look better than any other offering. Our PVC is stronger, more flexible and has higher impact ratings, making our arenas less likely to shatter.
Our best selling arena! The molded support cone, made with UV-resistant high-density polymers, is virtually indestructible. The wide 16″ support cone ensures stability in moderate to heavy wind and the set-in trough design makes assembly a breeze!
The Brentina Arena’s design solves all the problems faced by multi-rail arenas. Rails snap into cones and release upon any force or impact for safety. The 18″ base cone is extremely stable and accommodates water. This arena has a multitude of possibilities for any budget.
This arena utilizes a polyethylene base cone that supports either a 1.5”x 5.5” rail OR 3.5” round pipe. This dressage arena is used nationwide by competitions, training facilities, professionals and amateur riders. Arena comes complete with cones and 1.5″ x 5.5″ webbed rails.
The Classic Dressage Arena offers a clean, classic design at an affordable price. For permanent or temporary installations. Includes rails, posts and caps, stakes, and decorative gate caps.
Premier Equestrian dressage arenas are designed for safety, beauty, and long life. We have dressage rings designed for permanent installations as well as for easy transport, set-up and tear down. All of our arenas meet FEI and USEF published specifications and have a lifetime warranty against cracking, fading, and discoloration due to weather or sunlight.
Driving Arenas and Driving Arena Packages. Our driving arenas were featured at the 20120 World Equestrian Games. All our driving arenas are made with UV stabilized materials and are wind resistant.
Brentina, the chestnut Hannoverian mare by Bretano II, is one of the most successful US dressage horses in history. Debbie McDonald and Brentina were the first US pair to win the 2003 World Cup Final, they won team bronze at the 2004 Athens Olympics and at the 2006 World Equestrian Games, in addition to multiple CDI wins. Brentina was retired at the 2009 Las Vegas World Cup. In the pair’s honor, Premier’s Brentina Dressage Arena is named for their amazing career and contributions to US dressage.
“We are very particular about what equipment we use in our training facility. Not only did this arena pass our inspection, but we felt it was such an exceptional design providing form & function with the highest degree of safety that we gave it our finest approval by naming it the Brentina Arena.”Debbie McDonald & Brentina