Golf and Sport Solutions Equestrian Footings have been specifically designed to meet the needs and expectations of horses and riders from all equestrian disciplines. We take pride in knowing the products we offer are made of the finest materials in the industry. Our precision blending operation offers consistency and quality from the first load to the last. With footings that range from standard sand-only mixtures to complex, custom blends for your needs, you will immediately feel the difference in how your horse moves.
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Safe Way Safe Way is our basic blend that is an economical way to change the structure as well as the integrity of the existing soil by reducing compaction and increasing drainage. Hi-Step This specially blended product has been designed to produce excellent energy transfer with the least amount of displacement, making it an excellent choice for the Hunters and Jumpers. One of our most common heard complaints is “My sand arena reminds me of a beach!” Golf and Sport brings to you a solution. Blending Hi-Step with your existing material will not only sure-up your footing, it will help re-establish…See Details
Rubber Rubber makes for a great cushion and can add that extra bounce you’re looking for in your arena while helping prevent injury to your horse as well. Wax and Polymer Wax and Polymer coatings are usually preferred for indoor arenas, but it is a perfect solution for any arena wanting to manage dust or water. The coating will act as a dust-control agent by weighing down the sand particles and keep it from rising into the air. With coatings, you’ll not only have a dust-free arena that you’ll never have to water again, but it’s like riding on a…See Details
We are a proud sponsor as Julie Goodnight’s arena footing provider. Julie Goodnight grew up on a horse farm in Orlando, Florida, where she learned to ride. She claims her father was influential because he encouraged her to ride and show, and soon began competing in hunter/jumper shows. She later attended college in New Mexico and graduated in 1984 where she learned Western riding. Goodnight began organizing trail rides through the Rocky Mountains and decided to go into horses as her profession to teach people to effectively work with their horses. Goodnight has a Master Instructor and Clinician ranking through…See Details