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Dressage


Arena footing for dressage

It takes years to develop a dressage horse, throughout the journey, we all have trials and tribulations with our horses that come along with everyday training. Your daily training arena has a significant impact on your equine partners’ performance, soundness and overall well-being. Your footing needs to be supportive, provide cushioning and have sufficient energy return to allow your horse to perform their best. ReitenRight has proven to be an amazing additive for both existing and new sand arenas. In combination with existing fibre blend arenas, ReitenRight can be used as a top dressing to reduce packing and bring life back to your arena footing.

Soundness is super important! Without soundness, we don’t have a performer
— Christine Traurig, Olympic Dressage Rider + Trainer

energy return

Creating compressible space within footing is the key to great cushioning. ReitenRight footing provides small, responsive zones into which the energy of a hoof-strike can be captured. The elastic characteristics of ReitenRight’s exclusive natural rubber blend rebounds back after the initial impact, giving your horse a noticeable spring in their step.

Performance additive

ReitenRight has proven to be an amazing additive for both existing and new sand arenas. In combination with existing fibre blend arenas, ReitenRight can be used as a top dressing to reduce packing and bring life back to your arena footing. Our advanced material structure provides security, giving you and your horse confidence to train at your very best.

injury prevention

Shock, impact and concussion create a great deal of strain on a horse’s muscular and skeletal structures. ReitenRight’s ability to compress and dampen the impact of a hoof strike means less force and stress on your horse’s anatomical structures.

durable performance

ReitenRight’s open-cell structure allows each particle to be fully compressed without compromising its ability to rebound back into shape. This feature greatly increases the longevity and responsiveness of your arena footing and contributes to a more effortless way of going to promote long term soundness for your dressage horse.

Resource efficient

The unique material structure of ReitenRight retains moisture while still promoting good drainage which will reduce your need to water. ReitenRight does not require a specific type of harrow or drag, you can use the equipment you already have.

 

Christine Traurig on ReitenRight Premium Footing

About ReitenRight

Customers Include:

  • Leslie Reid; Topfox Equestrian

  • Christine Traurig; Delmar, CA

  • David Blake and Rebecca Rigdon; Ad Aastra Stables

  • Charlotte Bredahl; Bredahl Dressage

  • Ariana Chia; Meadow Green Farm

  • Bridget Braden; Sterling Farms

  • Ashleigh Luca / Deb Pulver; Westwind South Dressage

  • Beverly Gepfer; Rancho Santa Fe

Uncompromised and unparalleled, ReitenRight Equestrian is committed to the creation and development of equestrian products that promote everyday soundness for both horse and rider. Our premium footing is the culmination of extensive study and development. Every facet from the performance benefits to the environmental impact was reviewed and results in a product that is the best of all worlds.

ReitenRight is comprised of the very same materials found in natural rubber athletic mats. These materials were sought out and selected by ReitenRight’s development team because of the extremely high performance, durability, and health specifications inherent in these products.

However, we didn’t stop there, as not all mats are created equal. Only very specific styles and makes of matting meet the high standards of our Footing (such as premium Lululemon yoga mats). This ensures that toxins and contaminants that may pose a threat to riders, horses and the environment have no place in your arena.

The Importance of Footing with Christine Traurig and leslie Reid

The difference before and after installing ReitenRight was significant.
— Leslie Reid, Olympic Dressage Rider & Trainer