Have you ever
noticed what makes some ranches really stand out?
it is the small details. Like placing a white border along your equestrian
walkways, or building a Dressage Arena. The Equi-Tee
Adapter makes this easier than ever. You can install a stunning Dressage
Arena in only one weekend. No post holes to dig, bolts to tighten or wood to
paint. The Equi-Tee adapter even covers the T Post tops with a cap
that is firmly snapped into place. It won't come off even if stepped on. If your
horse steps out of line there is no chain to get tangled up into.
of the nicest additions you can make to your facility is designating an area
specifically for riding your horse. Here is finally a
simple and inexpensive (compared to other means!) way to install one. This helps your training by allowing
you to focus on the task. If you are preparing for Dressage competition it gives
your horse a chance to become accustomed to working near a low open rail.
Constructing an arena does not need to be expensive, and although a three rail
enclosure is nice, many of the training benefits will occur even if a low
Dressage style court is constructed.
||Cost each / Total
|11/2 X 51/2 X 16' vinyl Rail
|51/2' Heavy Duty T Posts
/ $ 84.00
price for the parts is approximately $1186.30
does not manufacture all of the parts of the arena. We only manufacture the
Adapter that lets you mount standard PVC rails to T posts. We start
with the 5 1/2 foot length , then cut them in two. T-posts can be
sourced from your local fence or ranch supply stores, and vinyl rails
can be purchased from fence dealers usually
located the the yellow pages. The approximate
cost of the items is to build a 60' X 200' court.
posts we use 5 1/2 foot T posts and cut them in two. The bottom sections with
the flanges are used every 16' where the rails meet. The other sections
are used at 8 foot intervals.
the arena takes about one afternoon. Once the layout of the arena has been
completed the posts can be set at an 8 foot spacing. It is important to have the
posts accurately spaced and pounded vertically, using a level as you go.
Complete the arena by snapping the Equi-Tee adapter onto the posts. Slide the
rail through the slot. Drill the holes for the securing pins and insert them
into the rails.