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  • Outdoor arena builder? Ok/Tx?

    Looking to build a sand arena, maybe covering it.

    Google found nothing in OK, these two in TX.

    Anyone have a recommendation?
    Thanks!

    https://covered-riding-arenas-in-texas.com/

    https://kiserarenaspecialists.com/

  • #2
    Check with local arenas, rodeo and fairs and convention centers.

    Kiser is a good national company, the ones that started all those ABI arena drags and spray rigs.
    They sold it a couple years ago and are concentrating now on consulting only on building arenas, best I know.

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      #3
      I've been asking around. Nobody with experience yet. Most arenas here are for roping, barrel racing, etc where they remove the top soil, maybe add sandy loam and start riding.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by SCF01 View Post
        I've been asking around. Nobody with experience yet. Most arenas here are for roping, barrel racing, etc where they remove the top soil, maybe add sandy loam and start riding.
        "OK and TX" is a large area.

        Care to narrow that a bit to a region?

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        • Original Poster

          #5
          Originally posted by Bluey View Post

          "OK and TX" is a large area.

          Care to narrow that a bit to a region?
          True, sorry. I'm just south of Tulsa

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          • #6
            Originally posted by SCF01 View Post

            True, sorry. I'm just south of Tulsa
            Have you checked with the Lazy E arena?

            They have a reputation for having good footing.

            Most that handle the dirt work in convention centers prepare ground for all kinds of horse events, bike and monster trucks, ice hockey, etc.

            They have materials on hand and move them in and out as necessary.

            They know what they are doing.

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            • Original Poster

              #7
              I can check. Thanks.

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