Common Mistakes When Building and Maintaining an Outdoor Arena

Newsdate: Tue, December 19, 2017, 10:10 am
Location: LEXINGTON, Kentucky

Don't Miss Our Free Live Webinar Tomorrow Evening: Common Mistakes When Building and Maintaining an Outdoor Arena

Outdoor horse arena

Outdoor horse arena

Don't miss the free live Webinar tonight, December 19, at 4.30 Pacific, 6:30 Central, 7:30 Eastern - Common Mistakes When Building and Maintaining an Outdoor Arena.
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An arena that is poorly constructed or maintained can cause serious injury to a horse’s ligaments, joints or muscles. Whether you’re thinking about building a new arena or looking to update or repair your current one, this is a webinar you’ll want to watch.

Join Glynnie Walford, CEO of Martin Collins USA and Austin Wood of Diamond W Contracting, for a free educational webinar “Common Mistakes When Building And Maintaining An Outdoor Arena” on Tuesday December 19th 2017.

We’ll cover tips such as:

  • Selecting your arena location
  • What type of base to use
  • How to handle drainage issue
  • The pros and cons of different types of footing
  • Maintenance requirements

This webinar is FREE and can be attended via your phone or computer. However, you must register to attend.

Reserve your spot at www.martincollinsusa.com/webinar.

Date: December 19th, 2017 Time: 4.30 Pacific, 6:30 Central, 7:30 Eastern. Place: On your computer or phone. Speakers: Glynnie Walford and Austin Wood.

“Martin Collins has installed over 4000 footings at equestrian venues around the globe including at some of the world’s most prestigious events,” said Glynnie Walford CEO Martin Collins USA LLC. “While we believe in providing exceptional service to our clients, we also believe in education and are delighted to have the opportunity to share our knowledge with you via this educational webinar.”

Diamond W Contracting operated by Austin Wood, is a premier arena footing and construction specialist, with extensive experience in ring refurbishments and new installations. Diamond W has completed work for customers such as Bascule Farms LLC, Linden Lane Farm, King Fisher Equestrian and Coves Darden Farm.

For further information on Martin Collins surfaces, please visit www.martincollinsusa.com.

For further information on Diamond W Contracting, please visit http://diamondwcontracting.com.

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