TTE® Reining Arena
Gentle on the joints, sustainable and without a substructure
A typical reining surface featuring a firm clay layer with loose sand on top works great indoors. Outdoors, however, a clay reining surface presents a number of difficulties. The firm sliding layer made of clay does not allow precipitation to pass through and softens instead. When this happens, stops or turns are out of the question. Furthermore, the clay needs to be highly compacted and hardened so that the reiners are able to slide over it without getting stuck.
A TTE® reining surface is water-permeable, elastic and hence gentle on the joints. Furthermore, the reining surface does not require an elaborate substructure. A TTE® reining arena provides a consistent training area – even without a roof – which is economically and ecologically sound.