Horse Riding / Equestrian
Arena Renovation

The failure of an arena may be due to just one or in fact a number of faults that have compounded to create the problems being experienced.

Inadequate drainage, inappropriate construction materials, poor construction work are common issues.

To return a riding arena back to good condition may require a full reconstruction or perhaps just some attention to certain aspects of the arena and its surrounds.

The following pictures show some steps involved in restoring a poor performing arena, to one that with provide the owner with a dependable and consistent riding area.

The following pictures show some stages in the renovation of an arena.

Riding surface has been removed and earthworks have begun.

Re-levelling the arena to correct shape to ensure proper drainage.

Watering of crushed rock  base prior to compaction.

Spreading of new riding surface.