Premier Equestrian, Inc., is excited to announce the launch of Arion Ebb & Flow Arena, the world’s first arena system of its kind. The Arion ebb and flow utilizes technology to effectively save up to 75% water usage compared to overhead watering systems. The Arion arena system automatically maintains the desired hydration in your footing layer for perfect footing and ideal riding conditions year-round.
“We’re extremely proud of this new product,” said Mark Neihart, CEO of Premier Equestrian. “The Arion Ebb & Flow Arena has many features and benefits. Arion conserves water and energy, provides a consistent, superior footing surface for the horse, and can be used in any weather. Certainly, everyone struggling with water issues should consider an Arion Ebb & Flow Arena. It’s designed for indoor or outdoor riding arenas.”
Arion’s ability to both conserve and drain water makes it an essential arena base system for all climates and all disciplines. The ebb-and-flow style arena system eliminates the need for sprinklers and manual watering of outdoor or indoor arenas. Arion automatically controls the water level beneath the surface of your arena; water is wicked up through the footing layer to keep accurate and consistent hydration. Arion also provides high-capacity drainage during wet seasons and rainstorms.
Premier Equestrian has certified Arion Arena builders located throughout the country. Contact Premier Equestrian for more information: call 800-611-6109 or visit premierequestrian.com/arionsmartarena.
For the last decade, Premier Equestrian has been studying how equestrian arena surfaces interact with horse biomechanics. All Premier Equestrian arena and footing products are formulated with biomechanics and injury prevention in mind.
Premier Equestrian is North America’s leading supplier of high-quality footing products, arena groomers, OTTO Sport base mat systems, and arena consultation. Premier Equestrian is a recognized expert in horse arena footing as it relates to equine biomechanics. This knowledge is used daily to help horse owners across North America improve arenas and footing.