Indoor Riding Arena Construction
When the weather’s good and days are long, one of the joys of riding is getting out in the fresh air. However, for many types of equine training and competition, access to an all-weather, year-round indoor riding arena is also essential...
There’s more to indoor riding arenas than old barns and sawdust
As you know, there’s more to building an indoor arena than just scattering sawdust around an old barn. Whether you aspire to the grandeur of Vienna’s Spanish Riding School or a more modest dressage arena, high quality construction is essential for the safety and enjoyment of horses, riders and spectators.
Why consider single-span riding arena construction
Because riding arenas require a large area of uninterrupted space, they’re a logical application for single-span construction methods such as ours. That way, training, jumping or dressage isn’t hindered by columns – and spectators enjoy clear views as horses and riders are put through their paces.
Natural daylight lowers your lighting costs
Energy costs don’t get lower! For any intensively-used all-season indoor riding arena, artificial lighting is a big operating cost. By specifying a translucent tensioned fabric roof for your riding arena, natural daylight lighting is maximised – so you can reduce fuel costs.
One stop for design and build of indoor riding arenas
Spatial Structures specialises in building indoor riding arenas. Our experience includes an equestrian centre in Somerset with its 2,800 square metre internal area – one of the largest of its kind in Europe – and eco-friendly specification. This building is typical of the projects we undertake. And because we offer steel-framed and tensile fabric buildings, you have a convenient one-stop construction resource for your horse riding arena and associated buildings.