Keep You and Your horses out of the Dust and Your Arena Footing at IT’s Best Year around.
All riding arenas need water to eliminate dust. More so, all Arena footings and geotextile footings highly depend on water as a binder to keep the horse footing stable and consistent. Without any water, the geotextiles will detach from the sand grain and move up to the top.
Over a decade we have re-searched for a water replacement to apply to riding arena footings which would feel and act like water for binding the sand. Being based out in California, we have been on the forefront for building water conserving riding arenas with our Underground Watering System. NOW we took it to the next level: Introducing ‘Hydro SandBinder’,
. Perfect Dust-free Footing Without Watering
. A clear 100 % synthetic liquid, biodegradable, odorless and non-sticky.
. Stays perfectly consistent in hot or freezing climates
. Non-temperature-sensitive, does not clump like waxed footing in hot climates
. Does not oxidize like mineral oil nor requires water and humidity like chlorides
. Environmentally and Animal safe
. For easy self-application
3. I’ve been recommending your product to everyone and have had many people come look and comment how dust free it is. As predicted, it has decomposed over the last 2 years and my arena is a bit dusty now and is in need of another application. I’d like to arrange to buy 1 container. Can you please let me know the price? Kind regards,
It has been two years now since we purchased 2 tanks of Hydro sand binder from you and I absolutely love my arena. I would like to order another tank and do it the way you show in the video. Is that attachment something you sell or maybe easy to make ourself? Let me know what one tank+ shipping is so I can mail out a check for you. Sincerely,
I purchased two containers of HydroSandbinder and several pallets of FSGeoTEX from you and we are very happy with both products. I’m interested in getting an other container of the HydroSandbinder (we had our footing resurfaced and some of the footing underneath did not get treated the first time so now it’s a little dusty again) and two bales of FSGeoTEX just to touch up a little. Warmly,