Building A Horse Arena
High quality surfaces available at competitive prices. Start building a horse arena now!
Free No Obligation Quote
Over 20 Years Experience
Horse Arena Construction
When it comes to horse arena construction, you will want to pay particular attention to the surface you put down. The type of surface you lay ultimately comes down to the discipline you will be practising. We can ensure that you get the best surface for your specific sport. We have over 20 years experience with gallop arenas, dressage arenas, show jumping arenas and can provide riding arena construction services for all the different types of arena sizes. We only use leading and trusted manufactured tools, equipment and products when we perform any horse arena construction work to ensure you get the best solution for you and your horse.
Many people believe that building a riding arena mainly comes down to the fencing and other perimeter marking factors. However, the surface is the most important part and will determine how well you perform when using the arena. Before going ahead with any horse arena construction and surface laying, seek leading advice. We have a strong reputation for our high-quality workmanship and are trusted by many clients both before and after the installation is completed.
Equestrian Arena Construction
Equestrian arena construction will require consideration of many aspects. But perhaps one of the most important is the surface you decide to lay. If you’re not sure where to start, don’t worry because here at Combi-Ride, we have over 20 years of experience building arenas for horses with various purposes. From galloping to show jumping and dressage. So, we can offer you the support and advice you need to build the perfect arena for your horse.
We have the necessary skills and knowledge to provide you with excellent equestrian arena construction and ensure our clients are completely satisfied before we walk away. Choose Combi-Ride today!
What’s the typical construction timeline for a horse arena?
The first thing you should do when considering a new arena would be to get in touch to find out the lead time of our team. Then, the actual construction of your new arena will vary depending on the size, design and complexity of the project. For example, preparing a standard 40 x 20m arena might require an excavated area of 42 x 22m, and the time for this can vary.
After construction is complete, it typically takes about three months for the arena footing to settle into the ideal texture.
Overall, while specific timelines can vary, it’s important to plan well in advance and consider the post-construction settling period for optimal results.
What are the key steps in horse arena construction?
Constructing a horse arena involves several key steps:
- The planning stage involves deciding the arena’s size, location and purpose.
- The next stage involves clearing the area, levelling the ground, considering drainage and removing any debris or obstacles.
- Once the site is prepared, the next step is to mark out the exact dimensions of the arena and begin the excavation process.
- A strong foundation is essential for the durability and functionality of the arena. This may include laying a base layer of materials like clean hard stone.
- The choice of surface material, premixed, equestrian sand or one of our others depends on the intended use of the arena and needs of the horses.
- After construction, it’s important to maintain the arena regularly.