An arena can be a huge investment. A poorly constructed arena can expensive to fix, not to mention it can potentially cause serious injury to a horse’s ligaments, joints or muscles. So, it's important to do it right from the start. That is why the arena-footing experts from Martin Collins USA are hosting a free webinar, “Arena Basics from Start to Finish”, to walk you through the process of constructing an arena and answer any questions you might have. The webinar will be held April 17th, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. (EDT).
“We know there can be a lot of questions when building a new arena,” said Glynnie Walford CEO Martin Collins USA LLC. “With more than 40 years of experience building arenas around the world, we understand the process and pitfalls that can come with building an arena. This webinar will be a tool to help guide you through the process. If you have a specific question you'd like to ask, we'll be happy to answer them live during the webinar.”
This webinar is FREE and can be attended via your phone or computer. However, you must register to attend. If you can’t make the live webinar, you can still register and receive the replay.
Reserve your spot at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2521517011061364236.
“Martin Collins has installed more than 3,000 footings at equestrian venues around the globe including at some of the world’s most prestigious events,” said Walford. “While we believe in providing exceptional service to our clients, we also believe in education and are delighted to have the opportunity to share our knowledge with you by participating in this educational webinar.”
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