ArenaAid helps with cushion, water retention and stabilization of the sand, allowing for high-performance footing suitable for daily training.
ArenaAid’s nylon & polyester fibers stabilize a wide variety of sand. It can be mixed with new sand, and is ideal for mixing with existing sand. The unique formula of fibers gives the sand structure by trapping loose, rolling particles and reducing dust. ArenaAid also prevents over-compaction.
A unique benefit of ArenaAid is that it is a neutral, non-toxic, non-allergenic material that will not affect humans or animals.
ArenaAid is Premier Equestrian’s No. 1 footing product, great for dressage and jumping, all-purpose, pleasure, and vaulting in moderate to high-traffic arenas. It is also effective when the arena is used for turnout and lunging.
ProTex footing is made of carefully chosen high-quality, non-woven textiles and fibers, giving it durability and a long life. The product is mixed with sand to mimic a sod surface that retains moisture and reduces dust while offering superior stability, cushioning and grip. This combination is ideal for high-level dressage and jumping, vaulting, horse shows and high-traffic areas.
IDA Development is an industry innovator with numerous advanced products to improve your barn and arena. Adding ArenaAid and ProTex to their product line solidifies their stature as the go-to company in the equestrian industry.
IDA Development offers a wide range of equestrian arena development projects, from concept to completion, whether it’s a new project or renovations. They will design the arena, and provide the footing of your choice, irrigation, maintenance, and grooming equipment. IDA can also construct fences and footboards around the arena as well as assemble round pens.
Having completed more than 110 projects, including 39 rings in the last three years, IDA Development lives up to the IDA reputation of high-quality work with excellent customer service.
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