Toning Up Rings

If your indoor or outdoor arena is less than you hoped it would be, join the club.
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If your indoor or outdoor arena is less than you hoped it would be, join the club. Heading up the short list of common complaints is footing–too slick, too hard, too uneven, too dusty, drains too slowly or so quickly it takes the footing with it. After that, take your pick of problems: Wrong size for your sport; drab, dark, and unappealing; fences and gates in disrepair.

It’s time to right arena wrongs.

While you’re prepared to devote time and money (within limit) to get the job done, you want to do it right. Here are some tips.

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Marcia King is an award-winning freelance writer based in Ohio who specializes in equine, canine, and feline veterinary topics. She’s schooled in hunt seat, dressage, and Western pleasure.

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