Riding arena

In professional equestrian sports, a high-quality riding arena is the centrepiece of every successful stud farm. It enables year-round training, regardless of weather conditions, and creates optimal conditions for breeding and training horses. Modern lightweight halls are revolutionising stable construction and offer numerous advantages over conventional designs.

Lightweight halls as an innovative solution for equestrian sports

Lightweight halls can be used as an alternative to conventional construction methods in equestrian sports.


Advantages over timber and solid construction

Lightweight halls are setting new standards in the construction of riding arenas:

  • Faster project realisation
  • Cost-effective construction and maintenance
  • Flexibility for extensions or conversions
  • Optimal lighting conditions thanks to translucent materials
  • Excellent ventilation for a healthy training environment

equitent riding arenas: the choice of top breeders

Renowned horse breeders such as Paul Schockemöhle trust in the quality of equitent riding arenas. The Lewitz stud farm, known for its success in horse breeding, uses these innovative lightweight halls to create optimal training conditions.


Flexibility and adaptability

A decisive advantage of modern lightweight halls is their adaptability. They can be easily extended or converted, which is of inestimable value, especially for growing businesses.

Technical details

Width: 16,00 m
Length: 30,00 m
Area: 480,00 m²
Side height: 4,40 m
Roof: High-quality PVC tarpaulin in green
Facade: Flame-retardant PVC tarpaulin in green with wind protection nets and internal wooden panels

A wide range of uses for modern riding arenas

A modern riding arena offers a wide range of uses:

  • Riding and warming up
  • Lunging and ground work
  • Dressage and show jumping training
  • Vaulting
  • Free-running for horses
  • Storage of feed and equipment
  • Temporary stabling

Frequently asked questions about riding arenas

How long does it take to build a lightweight hall?

A lightweight hall can be erected much faster than a conventional one and can be completed in a few weeks, depending on its size.

What permits are required?

The necessary permits vary depending on the location and size of the hall. As a rule, a building permit and, if necessary, further environmental permits are required.

How high are the maintenance costs compared to traditional buildings?

Lightweight halls are characterised by lower maintenance costs, as they are less susceptible to weather influences and are easier to clean and maintain.

Can the hall be moved if necessary?

Yes, a major advantage of lightweight halls is their mobility. They can be dismantled and rebuilt at another location if necessary.

What types of flooring are suitable for a lightweight hall?

Various floor coverings are suitable for riding arenas, such as sand-textile mixtures, wood chips or special riding floor coverings. The choice depends on the specific requirements and the type of use.

A future-proof investment in equestrian sports

Lightweight halls represent a real alternative to conventional riding arenas. They combine functionality, cost-effectiveness and flexibility in a unique way. Stable owners who opt for this innovative solution are making a sustainable investment in the success of their business, thanks to the lower investment costs compared to solid construction.

With a modern, lightweight riding arena, you can create optimal training conditions for your horses and set new standards in terms of efficiency and sustainability.