A brand new all-weather riding surface has been installed in Mayfield School, a leading Catholic boarding school for girls aged between 11-18. Daytrack is now installed on the Olympic sized outdoor arena located at Mayfield School in East Sussex. The manege, which was originally surfaced with sand and pasada, is used for lessons and hosting competitions. Mayfield School provides first class academic and equestrianism education and has one of the best competition records of any school in the country. Facilities include a cross country course, a full set of BSJA show jumps, fields for hacking and a new on-site livery yard. The school is passionate about providing all the necessary tools to help their students reach full potential. By combining support and expert tuition from leading riders, such as International Event Riders Emily Baldwin and Penny Sangster, the school inspires pupils to develop their ability and become skilled riders. The installation of Daytrack, a wax coated riding surface, will assist the pupils to train and compete safely and to the best of their ability in all weather conditions. To find out more information about the facilities at Mayfield School, please visit their website. The new riding arena surface was installed by Charles Britton.