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riding arena I Indoor
Optimal indoor riding conditions
The indoor surface is decisive
The classic riding surface construction is based on a levelled subsoil on which the classic three-layer construction method (base layer, separation layer, footing layer) is used. A sufficient base layer is usually available due to the hall construction, so that it can be built upon. In the past, the riding surface was applied directly to a load-bearing clay floor. This resulted in the new riding surface quickly mixing with the clay-containing substances and thus losing its light colour. For this reason, more and more customers are also requesting a separating layer in the hall area, which prevents mixing. This supports the longevity of the riding surface and the preservation of the light riding surface colour. Since the indoor water supply can be controlled manually, there is no excess water that would have to be drained off.
The right treading layer makes the hall floor
The footing is specially mixed and installed according to the ridden discipline and the customer's wishes. We offer suitable riding surfaces for a wide range of disciplines. Please inform yourself about this under riding surface mixture.
The moisture content provides the right grip
Even the best riding surface can only offer optimal riding characteristics if it is sufficiently moist. In the indoor area, this can only be ensured by sprinkling. We offer a wide range of options here. You can find out more about this under Riding Floor Irrigation.
Create better riding conditions
Your riding surface does not yet have 100% of the riding characteristics you want. We can provide you with some products that can be used to improve riding surfaces. In terms of better footfall and shear strength, there are aggregates that can be incorporated into the ground to provide improvement. There are also solutions for more elasticity in the soil, which is often desired for ebb and flow soils.
In addition, the issue of water storage in the soil is of significant interest in the summer. In winter, it is important to counteract frost in the soil.
We support you to optimize your riding ground!