Rubber Horse Footing
Best Rubber Mulch Horse Footing In Bulk
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- Equi-Tread rubber mulch horse footing doesn’t freeze in winter
- Equi-Tread rubber mulch horse footing is easier on horses joints
- Equi-Tread rubber mulch horse footing is long lasting and doesn’t need replacing
- Equi-Tread rubber mulch horse footing keeps dust down
- Indoor or outdoor arenas
- Buy in bulk and save money on rubber horse footing
- Have horse shows or retail outlet become a dealer , no buy-ins
Beautiful outdoor arena done by one of our customers in Pennsylvania.
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Our rubber mulch horse footing comes in : 3/8″ size in 2000lb super sacks. 2000lb minimum purchase.
Perfect Rubber Mulch has the best rubber mulch horse footing for arenas and pens. Call us with your dimensions and we will figure out your rubber mulch needs for footing. See general instructions below for preparing your arena for rubber footing. Visit our horse footing website: www.equi-tread.com for more information.
What some of our customers say:
“You had asked us to send a note about the rubber pellets we purchased for our arena. It’s been over a year now, and we can unequivocally say, “They are wonderful!” They provide the traction we had hoped for, and everyone who uses are arena is thoroughly impressed, as well.” Karen – Garden Valley, Idaho
Yes, we would purchase again in a heartbeat.
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- Paddock areas
- Saddling enclosures
- Horse paths
- Winner’s circle
- Wash stalls
- Breeding barns
- Barn aisle ways
HOW MUCH FOOTING DO YOU NEED?
The amount needed will depend on the type and depth of your arena base. The minimum amount recommended for an all purpose arena is 1 ton per 800 square of Equi-Tread rubber horse footing. The depth of your arena footing is a personal preference and you can always add more if desired. We recommend no more than 4″ total inches footing which may include Equi-Tread rubber horse footing mixed with equal parts of masons coarse sand. Too deep of rubber footing and it will be too soft.
A WELL PLANNED ARENA WITH RUBBER HORSE FOOTING
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A SUGGESTED WAY TO BUILD AN ARENA BELOW. WE SELL RUBBER FOOTING AND DO NOT DO CONSULTATIONS. CONTACT YOUR BUILDER FOR WHAT IS BEST FOR YOUR CONDITIONS.
|1. Choose a site that drains well and if possible has a natural slope for drainage.|
|2. Measure the site and remove the organics. Grass and soil will turn to muck after a good rain. You do not want this contaminating your arena.|
|3. When you have reached a solid base such as clay. Have the area leveled and sloped to 1% grade to the lowest point. Depending on how much you have removed from the site you will need to build it back up with a compactable aggregate such as pit run. This is an inexpensive way to build your subsurface back up to ground level.|
|4. Next you will add 3/8″ road crush or limestone screenings. This layer will take a beating from your horses hooves. This need to be as close to 100% compacted as possible. Sloped to 1% and laser leveled. Depending on the traffic in your arena the road crush should be approximately 4-6″ It may also be called stone dust. You do not want this layer to break up and render your footing too deep.|
|5. You are now ready for Perfect Rubber Mulch. Mix rubber with washed concrete sand or masons sand for good results. These products have minimal fines and will not break down as quickly when mixed with Perfect Rubber Mulch.|
|6. Apply Perfect Rubber Mulch to the raked sand. You can mix this in as you go or let the horses do the work. Note the round pen has a 2×6 surround, this helps keep your sand and rubber in place.|
|7. Enjoy a safe and resilient footing for years to come.|