Pyramid Dressage Arenas

SKU: 2-020.0


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    Beauty and Function Perfectly Combined

    The popular Pyramid Arena is a statement of power with larger 2” x 6” rails. Rails are cut to 4-meters and set into each molded base cone, ensuring the correct arena dimensions every time. Base cones and rails are made with UV inhibitors and impact modifiers for horse safety.

    Molded base cones feature anti-suction tabs for stacking and storage, and accommodate base plates for added wind stability. This dressage arena is easy to set up and take down, and provides a beautiful setting for training, shows, and events both indoors and outdoors.

    All arenas include rails, base cones, and eight bottom cone covers for your convenience. The Pyramid arena is available in multiple sizes to meet your training and horse show needs.

    Pyramid Arena Specifications

    Pyramid cone

    Set-in trough

    Pyramid cone

    12” tall x 16” base width

    Top of rail is 12″ from ground

    pyramid Arena rail

    2” x 6” x 4 meters long

    Sundance dressage cone

    Bottom plates allow the cone to be filled with sand

    Dressage Arena Setup and Care

    Premier arenas are easy to set up!

    Clean and Care for your Permanent or Portable Dressage Arena

    Premier Equestrian polymer products are UV-protected, moisture resistant, and perfectly safe to use throughout the winter. Our horse arenas are designed to be permanent or portable to fit your needs. If you will not be using them in the winter, here are some helpful tips for storing your equipment:

      1. Sand, grime and dirt will act as an abrasive, and can scratch your equipment when moving and stacking. Use water and a mild detergent to clean rails and cones. Melamine cleaning sponges (Magic Eraser) work great.
      2. A small amount of paint thinner and a rag will buff out scratches on PVC rails.  Be careful not to let it set too long on the PVC or it can damage the material. Rinse with water. Do not use bleach!
      3. Stack rails on a flat surface to keep them straight and correct any bends that may have developed.

    Pyramid Arena Assembly Instructions