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Help!!!! Our sprinkler company over watered a section of my indoor arena

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  • Help!!!! Our sprinkler company over watered a section of my indoor arena

    We are a dressage barn and I just had our footing laser leveled. Our sprinkler company was out and doing some testing and over watered a section.
    How can I fix it ?

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    Originally posted by Dressage diablo View Post
    We are a dressage barn and I just had our footing laser leveled. Our sprinkler company was out and doing some testing and over watered a section.
    How can I fix it ?
    If there is actual water. Soak it up with microfibre towels. Other than that a heater or a fan might help. Other than that. Time.
    Last edited by SuzieQNutter; Oct. 10, 2019, 04:22 AM.
    It is better to ride 5 minutes a day than it is to ride 35 minutes on a Sunday.

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    • #3
      Sprinkler company?? Is this for real?

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      • #4
        You just wait for it to dry out and avoid the area.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by betsyk View Post
          Sprinkler company?? Is this for real?
          Why?

          Would not be the first barn with sprinklers in an indoor.

          OP, it will have to dry. I would give the company who did the footing a call and see what they have to say.

          This watered section should be avoided until it’s completely dry and some more.
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          Originally posted by LauraKY
          I'm sorry, but this has "eau de hoarder" smell all over it.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by alibi_18 View Post

            Why?

            Would not be the first barn with sprinklers in an indoor.

            OP, it will have to dry. I would give the company who did the footing a call and see what they have to say.

            This watered section should be avoided until it’s completely dry and some more.
            I think maybe I read it the way Betsy did, at first (not to speak for Betsy). For a moment, I thought she was talking about a company that would come water the arena. Long day, I guess, lol. Because obviously that is not a thing (except I guess like a water truck for shows).

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            • #7
              Originally posted by bip View Post

              I think maybe I read it the way Betsy did, at first (not to speak for Betsy). For a moment, I thought she was talking about a company that would come water the arena. Long day, I guess, lol. Because obviously that is not a thing (except I guess like a water truck for shows).
              It could have very well be a company that was hired to water an indoor arena.

              A trainer nearby here has her whole outside rings watered down and sprinkled with liquid magnesium every summer.

              Companies do water indoor show grounds.

              There is no specification of the purpose or size of the indoor.

              Anyway, if someone wanted to hire a company to water their 20x40 indoor ring... who are we to judge?
              ~ Enjoying some guac and boxed wine at the Blue Saddle inn. ~

              Originally posted by LauraKY
              I'm sorry, but this has "eau de hoarder" smell all over it.
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                It’s an irrigation company that we use to winterize and service our system ( indoor and outdoor ) but they have no clue about footing and the technician they sent kept running the sprinklers in one end which is now mucky and slippery. In the past when over watering has inadvertently happened it resulted in hard patches.
                Our GGT sinks and becomes compacted and makes for a tricky harrowing section.
                Ive blocked off the end that’s wet and taking your advice and waiting it out but worried it will continue to haunt me, especially with winter arriving early..... sigh
                😔 right after laser leveling a day before.

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                • #9
                  At my stable, they have GGT footing and the sprinklers in one half of the arena came on overnight, by themselves, and were on for who knows how long. We stayed out of the arena/out of that half for about 3 days I think. Days 4 and 5 it was still rather wet but after a week, everything was normal.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Dressage diablo View Post
                    It’s an irrigation company that we use to winterize and service our system ( indoor and outdoor ) but they have no clue about footing and the technician they sent kept running the sprinklers in one end which is now mucky and slippery. In the past when over watering has inadvertently happened it resulted in hard patches.
                    Our GGT sinks and becomes compacted and makes for a tricky harrowing section.
                    Ive blocked off the end that’s wet and taking your advice and waiting it out but worried it will continue to haunt me, especially with winter arriving early..... sigh
                    😔 right after laser leveling a day before.
                    I would reach out to the sprinkler company and ask them what they can do to help. Maybe they'll pay for fan/heater rental?
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                    • #11
                      I'd be calling the irrigation company and speaking to someone about the potential damage. Seem to me if it was a mistake on the part of their tech, they should be footing the bill to get your footing back to the original condition, including the laser leveling.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by rothmpp View Post
                        I'd be calling the irrigation company and speaking to someone about the potential damage. Seem to me if it was a mistake on the part of their tech, they should be footing the bill to get your footing back to the original condition, including the laser leveling.
                        I think so too.

                        But, at the same time, I don’t know how realistic it would be to expect the irrigation company, who were properly draining the system, not to make a mess with water.

                        Is this the usual practice or were they overly messy?

                        Maybe the OP should have asked what the procedure would entail and push back the leveling to after the winterizing.
                        ~ Enjoying some guac and boxed wine at the Blue Saddle inn. ~

                        Originally posted by LauraKY
                        I'm sorry, but this has "eau de hoarder" smell all over it.
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                        • #13
                          I would in the future use Mag chlor in the arena footing, and that way avoid year round the need for sprinklers.

                          For now, I'd stay off the wet end. I would also have a word, or two with the sprinkler Co. to avoid a repeat.
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