When planning a new outdoor arena build or renovation, it’s easy to get wrapped up in the top layer since that’s ultimately the most visible
Nicole Kelleher, DVM, CVA of the Carrollton Animal Hospital in Ohio has seen a lot of facilities and a lot of footings. So when she
Mary and Jim Darling already had a 130’ x 70’ covered arena but they needed something more. They were just starting to import European warmbloods
Susan Whitehead of Wilsonville, AL, whose flooded 20m x 60m dressage arena had drainage problems. In her own words, here’s how removing and re-grading her schooling space (and a blend of Premier Equestrian Arena Aid and Protex footing), gave her a perfect 10.
Since 1998, the 315-acre Carolina Horse Park has been an important part of the Hoke County, North Carolina community, contributing more than $8 million a
Diamond W Construction Plays an Important Role in The Transformation of a Historic 1833 Horse Property
Virginia has been horse country since 1610 and as its main streets, country lanes, and level pastures became impromptu settings for Colonial match races between
All my life I’ve heard it said, “Good things come in threes,” and in my experience, it’s been pretty true. I’m grateful to three companies