Do you have an arena that is washed out, impossible to maintain, or scattered with rocks? What about an arena that you can only use a few months of the year because it doesn't properly drain? Or an arena filled with the wrong footing for your discipline? Or are you looking to build an arena of your own but aren't sure where to begin? If any of these situations fit you or you are having arena problems of your own, Kiser Arena Specialists should be your first call.
A large number of customers come to us after they learned the hard way that there is much more than goes into building an arena than laying down some sand. Many times, they’ve had an arena built by someone who claimed to know the dynamics of building a horse arena – but arenas that are not built correctly at all levels significantly increase injury risk to horse and rider.
At Kiser Arena Specialists, you can trust that we will build an arena right from the moment construction begins and ensure safety to all who step into that arena once it is completed. Whether you start your arena with us from day one, or we renovate your arena after issues arise, we will pay attention to every detail and make sure the arena is built to last. We build every arena as if it were our own and we would trust our own horses to ride in it. Whether you need an entire renovation, a brand-new arena, or just new footing put in, we are here to help.
We will also make sure you are well-informed on the care and maintenance needs of your new or improved arena, and we’ll take every measure to make sure you have all the tools you need to tend to an arena and its footing. Our team of professionals can build or renovate both indoor and outdoor arenas and take everything into account, from size, discipline, and budget to location, weather history, and amount of use. Every aspect is considered, and every detail is cared for. We know that a good arena takes more than just dirt or sand: It takes a proper foundation, footing, and care.
As any horseman knows, rocks are the natural enemy of horses’ feet. Kiser Arena Specialists have equipment to remove all sizes of rock including those as small as 3/8 inch. If rocks are an issue in your arena, have peace of mind knowing that there is something that can be done about it!
Kiser Arena Specialists can customize an ongoing arena maintenance package to keep your arena performing like a top.
Benefits of our maintenance services include:
- Reduced risk of horse injuries
- Lower cost
- Expert advice
- Top-of-the-line equipment and laser technology
Services are scheduled only as needed and before extraordinary damage is done, making our services the perfect fit for high-performing training facilities!
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As an equine veterinarian, I know firsthand how vital the ground is to keeping a horse sound and free from injury. In an industry where its success comes largely from the strength behind a horse’s feet and its ability to move them, the surface on which these equestrian athletes perform must be precise and well-groomed. I consider Kiser Arena Specialists to be the “go-to” experts in arena footing. As equestrians we must be able to feel that we are putting our horses, and our investments, into a safe environment, and the footing in said environment is paramount to the training and showing of the equine athlete. Stepping into a Kiser arena, you can be confident that immaculate detail went into selecting the dirt below you. Not only does Kiser Arena Specialists know how to design, build, and outfit an arena, but they are the leading creators of the equipment needed to maintain these arenas. They understand that the job is not done when the arena is finished. Keeping an arena in the best condition requires vigilant maintenance and personalized care. With their creations of arena drags, watering systems, and dust control, the average consumer, along with the experienced horseman, can be confident that their arena is kept at Kiser quality. All too often people underestimate the importance of the arena and its footing, but it is far more intricate than just laying down dirt. Thankfully, the Kiser family understands the importance of arena surfaces, and the value of keeping your horse, and its rider, safe and able to perform to the best of its abilities.
— Glenn Blodgett, DVM
6666 Ranch, Horse Division Manager
AQHA Past President