The covered arena is a metal
building that is 100 X 300 feet and is attached to the arena
office. There is a wall petition that separates the back 50
X 100 feet area from the rest of the arena.
The riding surface is 100 X 250 feet. It is large enough
to set up the 20 meter by 60 meter regulation dressage arena,
with adequate space to ride around the outside of it. It has
excellent footing with the majority being ground rubber over
a clay base. It has wood kick boards around three sides. It
is well lighted and is insulated. There are mirrors along
the entire back wall and at the front of the arena on one
side. It has one horse entry with metal gates. There is also
a professionally installed sound system.
There is screening all around that keeps out the rain and
reduces the wind by 70%, but still has good air flow. There
is a cement patio in the front of the arena that is approximately
20 X 100 feet. That is used as a viewing area and is perfect
for horse show audiences. This viewing area has a metal railing
to separate it from the arena.
The separate 50 X 100 area at the back of the arena building
is used for storage including hay and shavings. It also houses
the well storage tank and has a full breeding lab that is
temperature controlled with water hook up and a hot water
heater. There is a breeding mount and segregated mare holding
area for use in breeding. That portion that is used for breeding
has a concrete floor. There are also 8 water and electric
outlets for RV hook-ups. There are drop-down canvas curtains
all along the back to protect the area from the weather.