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About Fibreride™

Fibreride™ is an elite sand and fibre-based riding surface that has been specifically developed for those training and competing in dressage. Responsive and durable yet cushioning on the bones and joints, this equestrian riding surface is designed to minimise limb strain by providing unparalleled levels of support and stability. Its high performance and elasticity make it an ideal choice for busy competition centres or professional riders.

Coated with an equestrian grade wax, Fibreride™ is fully synthetic, dust-free and requires only minimal maintenance and no additional irrigation to keep it performing at  its best. Whilst Fibreride™ is an ideal surface for outdoor riding arenas, we recommend Fibreride™ Plus for those who require an indoor footing; with a higher wax percentage, this riding surface will give you extra stability in the dry conditions of an indoor school.

Elements of Fibreride™

Mixed with precision at our dedicated plant, every element of Fibreride™ has been carefully selected, and thoroughly tested, to ensure you receive a safe and high performing equestrian surface.

Redhill Silica Sand

Considered by many to be the best equine sand in the country, Redhill silica sand is industrially washed, screened and light in colour. Its sub-angular grain shape and low clay content help to facilitate stability and effective drainage.

Stabilising Fibre

Fibreride™ is packed with a unique blend of fully synthetic stabilising fibres, that are guaranteed not to breakdown or degrade over time. This high-quality fibre provides excellent cushioning and helps to create a stable and supportive riding surface, for both horse and rider.

Equestrian Wax

Our equestrian grade wax helps to eliminate dust, reduce kick-back and prevent the surface materials separating during dry conditions.

 

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Surface Characteristics:

Firmness

Surfaces should be firm enough to support the movement of the horse, whilst remaining soft enough to aid shock absorption – minimising concussion to bones and joints.

Cushioning

A cushioning surface will distribute shock forces effectively, whilst still providing enough resistance under the hoof – allowing the horse to balance and move into the rollover phase.

Responsiveness

A responsive arena surface will return energy to the horse at the same rate that is was applied – reducing the need for the horse to use its own energy to generate momentum.

Grip

Surfaces should provide enough grip to the horse to prevent slipping, but also allow the hoof to slide slightly upon landing – this helps to prevent jarring and absorbs shock.

Recommended For:

Dressage

Competition Centres

Outdoor Arenas

Indoor Arenas

Request a Quote

To request a free no obligation quote, please complete our online contact form or call 0800 044 8101.

The more details you can provide to us about your project, the better! Make sure to include any required materials, the full site postcode, arena size and the type of delivery vehicle you can take. This information really helps us to generate quick and accurate quotes that are specific to your individual requirements.