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ArenaAid Footing

ArenaAid has become one of our most popular footing additives. The combination of nylon and polyester fibers stabilizes a wide variety of sands, new or existing. The unique formula of fibers gives sand a structure by trapping loose, rolling particles. This results in increased stability and grip, cushion, cupping, rebound, and reduced shear. As an added benefit, the nylon fibers hold moisture in your arena surface.

ArenaAid Details

  • Stabilizes a wide range of sand particles
  • Nylon and polyester fibers
  • Increases firmness, stability, and shear support
  • Provides cushion, cupping, and rebound
  • Retains moisture and reduces dust
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor arenas
  • Great for mixing with existing sands

Performance Footing Additives

  • Increased performance and biomechanics in a wide range of circumstances
  • Ideal for new or existing arenas
  • Moderate to high traffic
  • Can be installed on a variety of different base surfaces
  • Blend with an assortment of sands
  • Requires some moisture and maintenance
  • A wide range of grooming equipment can be utilized

ArenaAid Surface Characteristics

ArenaAid Surface Characteristics

ArenaAid Pricing

55¢ per square foot in 3″ of sand

Includes freight

Total price varies depending on individual needs.
Prices are subject to change
To order call our footing experts at 800-611-6109

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This calculator provides a price estimate which includes freight costs. This is an average estimated price, based on 3″ of sand.
This is an estimate only. Call us at 800-611-6109 for actual cost.

It’s All About the Sand

Call 801-446-1857 For Questions About Sand

ArenaAid is a perfect solution if you want the performance of a fiber-textile arena surface without the cost of replacing all the sand. ArenaAid is easy to intsall and very affordable. It is a neutral, non-toxic, non-allergenic material that will not affect humans or animals. ArenaAid is environmentally safe and made in America.

Sand Specifications for ArenaAid
A fine to medium sand with sub-angular particles is best. Particle size will be the most important factor in sand requirement.
Required Sand Particle Size: Medium – Fine, 0.6 to 0.105 mm (#30 – #140)

USA Sieve ASTM Standards
Print this PDF and take to your sand quarry

Free Sand Analysis Report

Sand is the most important ingredient is your arena. Sand characteristics determine how footing additives will perform. We offer free sand testing to assure the footing you purchase from us will be effective and perform to your expectations. Our goal is to help you make an informed and educated decision about your arena footing purchase. We are here to guide you through the entire process. Our in-house soil engineer helps to determine the quality and compatibility of our customers’ sand. We offer one free sand report, additional sand analysis reports are $45 each.

Sieve tests for sand particle sizes
Gina Miles

Gina Miles

US Olympic Eventing Silver Medalist

“We installed ArenaAid into our arena and could not be more thrilled. It has the attributes of the footing we had at our last farm without the negatives. That prior footing, while fantastic for competition, could be a bit firm for every day riding. ArenaAid has given us high performance footing suitable for daily training at an unbelievably competitive price.”

Steffen & Shannon Peters

Steffen & Shannon Peters

Arroyo Del Mar

“We added ArenaAid to our large arena to help with cushion, water retention, and stabilization of the sand. We are beyond thrilled with the outcome! Everyone that rides on it is amazed at how nice it feels- night and day from before we put it in. Thank you Premier!”

How Arena Surfaces Affect Horse Biomechanics

Every stride is influenced by how the hoof interacts with the ground and the various qualities of the arena layers. An ideal horse arena footing surface allows horses to move efficiently, minimizes concussion, absorbs shock, provides support, and returns energy back to the horse. Watch this video to understand how different surfaces affect the biomechanics of the horse. Save

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Arena Consultation
Everyone has footing questions. We can help. It is relatively simple to improve your arena surface. We make it easy, as easy as it can be, with products and knowledge for various arena conditions and various sand. Call 800-611-6109 for a free consultation.
Footing Resources
    • Ask questions
    • Premier’s Footing and Arena Surfaces Guide PDF
    • Read our “Good Footing for All” article PDF
Footing Disclaimer

*Please Note: Premier Equestrian can guide you to find a footing solution suitable for you and your budget. However, unless you are contracting our consulting services, choosing the correct sand and mixing the product is your responsibility. Results can and will vary depending on what material is available in your area. If you choose to perform your own installation, which many people do, Premier Equestrian can not be and is not responsible or liable for your installation.

Sand Note: All our footings are designed to be mixed with sand. There are, however, significant variations in sand in each area. Not all sands are appropriate to use as footing for your equestrian arena. There are many factors you should consider in determining the appropriate sand, including, without limitation, your riding style, the number of horses using the ring and the duration of such ring use, watering capability for the ring, the status of any current existing footing materials, seasonal weather conditions, and whether you ride on an indoor or outdoor horse arena. Combining Master’s Blend Footing with the correct type and depth of sand is required in order to build a safe arena surface. Please choose properly sized arena sand based on your proposed use. Feel free to call and discuss your arena questions with one of our representatives today!

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