Premier Textile & Fiber Footing Products
Stabilize Sand & Retain Moisture
Our textiles and fibers protect your horse by offering excellent impact absorption, high traction and stability. All this at an affordable price. ProTex is featured at the PBIEC & Winter Equestrian Festival.
Mix this fiber product into new or existing equestrian sand to trap loose particles to give your sand much-needed structure. Also helps to retain moisture in the substrate.
Premier Rubber Footing Products
Increase Cushion & Reduce Compaction
Designed to mix with sand, this crumb-rubber horse arena footing is formulated specifically for horses. Add this to existing arena surfaces to increase the overall quality.
Mixes into both existing and new sand arenas. ReitenRight can be used in arenas with existing additives such as textile, fiber and crumb rubber footings.
Hydration & Dust Control Products
Keep dust out of the air! Water-activated polymer networks bind dust particles. Moisture will be retained and the need to water your arena can be reduced by 50%.
This safe, non-toxic chemical crystal can reduce your arena watering by 50%! Using Hydro-Keep in a no-brainer to keep your arena surface at optimal moisture.
Custom Dressage Blends & Custom Jumping Blends
Premier footing products are formulated for your specific discipline and needs. Just as one saddle does not fit all horses, the same rings true for your arena footing. Our expert staff can formulate a custom footing blend to meet the specific needs of your facility, discipline, traffic, climate, type of sand in your area, watering options, and maintenance capabilities.
What do arena footing products do?
Textiles and fibers retain moisture and stabilize sand by binding loose particles. Fibers mimic the effects of a grass rooting system. The horses’ hooves ride on top of the surface rather than in it. These materials require a specific blend of sand, as well as water and specific grooming equipment.
Rubber enhances sands that compact very hard. The rubber creates a void, thus reducing the ability to compact fully, improving cushion and drainage. It’s great for well-graded, angular sands that are prone to compaction. Rubber is ideal when you don’t have access to water as it isn’t required to bind to sand particles.