TWIN GUMS CONTRACTORS

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Horse Arenas & Yards

Whatever level of training you require, having the right horse arena makes all the difference. There are 3 important components in the construction of a horse arena, being the surface of the arena, the base and adequate drainage. The surface needs to suit the climate and the usage, the base needs to suit the surface. The base drainage layer is what makes your surface suitable for all weather conditions.

KILMORE

Horse arena recently completed in a small rural property with different components in the construction. The leveling of the land,  laying the base which is crushed rock, and laying special monage sand.
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KILMORE

Monage sand in an indoor horse arena being laser leveled by the bobcat, then fibre mixed into the sand to complete the surface.
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BYLANDS

Horse arena site cut constructed on the side of a hill all completed with a laser level.
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ROMSEY

Horse arena site cut on a reasonable flat grassy paddock. Aerial photos showing drainage pipes installed, base material laid, followed by the monage sand on the surface.
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BYLANDS

Round yard completed with monage sand at client’s request.
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Surfaces

Your choice of surfaces available