Does not need watering
Easy to maintain
TerraNova is Attwood Equestrian Surfaces’ most innovative polymer-coated footing to date. In response to our customers’ feedback, we challenged ourselves to develop a coated surface that offers the same world-class riding characteristics of our Pinnacle footing. Formulated from high-quality silica sand and fibers, and coated with a next-generation viscoelastic polymer, TerraNova is perfect for indoor arenas. TerraNova is designed for unrivaled shock absorption, grip, and rebound for the serious equestrian athlete. Like Pinnacle, TerraNova is both dust-free and does not require watering.
- Indoor use only
- Requires no watering, saving time and resources
- Dust-free, beneficial to both horse and rider
- Manufactured from premium raw materials
- Reduces concussion and provides viscoelastic rebound
- Custom formulations for dressage, jumping, and therapeutic surfaces
Focus on TerraNova
Attwood Equestrian Surfaces’ latest polymer-coated footing, TerraNova, truly is a next-generation surface. Unlike many competitors’ products, the materials used in this footing are non-toxic, do not contain wax and do not become airborne, posing no inherent harm to animals or humans.
Coated surfaces often rely on an adhesive coating to bind the sand grains and additives together. This is what helps to give the surface cohesion and support. In the case of waxed surfaces, the wax coating does a reasonable job of binding the components, but they feel oily and often the sand sticks to anything that comes into contact with it, including your horse’s boots and your boots. Through innovative design, TerraNova footing binds all components without feeling the slightest bit tacky.
“TerraNova has this incredible cushiony feel to it. The horses just love it. I really feel that this footing is enhancing the well being of my horses. I find it very easy to take care of and most importantly it stays so consistent. And as for the cold Pennsylvania winters, the ring really never freezes. A plus for us who don’t go south.”
– Kate Hicks, International Eventer and Trainer