Seasons Greetings from Springride Surfaces
The Springride Team hope all of our readers, customers and potential customers, well actually we hope ‘everyone’ has had a Happy and peaceful Christmas. 🙂
We’re back filling bags (not stockings) with our wonderful Rubber Surfaces. We know they’re wonderful because with our Equestrian background and after more than 25 years in the business we know what our customers need from their Riding Arena’s, Walkers, Round pens, Gallops or even just turn out areas.
We don’t cold call and we don’t hard sell, what we do do is ensure we give the best advice for each individual customers’ needs. For example, if you have a very compacted sand school, then we know you should add our C2 economy mix to the sand, rotovate in and roll before laying a top covering. This will aid drainage, prevent compaction and improve general sand condition.
We also know that if you have a very loose ’round grain’ sand, then the very best option is to add our Shredtex or Flat-track as a top surface. These products stay on top, and by not mixing into the sand really help stabilise it, allowing you to once again experience an all weather, truly ‘ride on’ surface.
Of course you may have a pretty good sand which rides quite well but is in need of a bit more spring, then we would advise our Premium Chip, this is a lovely product for all equine disciplines. The larger pieces stay on top whilst the smaller pieces blend with the sand ensuring good drainage whilst providing the ideal ‘all weather’ riding surface.
The most important thing, is that all of Springrides’ products have been thoroughly tried and tested over many, many years. We don’t undertake massive advertising campaigns, full pages in the Equine magazines, but rely heavily on recommendations from our existing customers, and that’s why it’s even more important to produce and supply what our customer needs.
Call us on 0845 6021524 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll do our best to advise the best products not just for you but more importantly, what’s best for your horse.