Cushion Track Classic – the perfect multi-purpose surface
Cushion Track Classic is a unique blend of multi-washed silica sand, our purpose manufactured stabilising fibres and a high performance wax.
This surface is ideal for all disciplines and all usages. Whether this be a competition centre, professional yard or private facility, Cushion Track Classic surface can cope with all demands.
Used by professional persons such as, Hughes Dressage, Moody Dressage, Ron Brady, AM Dressage and Dumas Eventing. The surface has become renowned for its cushioned feel, energy return and support for the horse.
Centres such as Moulton College, Howe Equestrian and Hunters Equestrian have chosen Cushion Track Classic as its preferred surface of choice.
Myself an Douglas Duffin are very fortunate to be able to train our horses on Cushion Track Classic each day. The team from Equestrian Surfaces came in and completed the works within a week, causing minimal disruption to my working schedule. The finished result, both mine and Douglas’ horses are jumping better than they ever did, the energy return from the surface is the best i have ever seen.
Ron Brady, Champion Show Jumper (Scotland)
We have Cushion Track Classic installed in both our International size Indoor Arenas, being a large Equestrian Centre we require a surface that is minimal maintenance giving high performance, the Cushion Track Classic does exactly that.
Julie Hyslop, Vale View Equestrian Centre
We use Equestrian Surfaces for both our indoor and outdoor arenas, I can honestly say the quality of the product is second to none, it definitely improves the quality, confidence and movement of our horses.
We choose Equestrian Surfaces due to the high demands of the equestrian sport nowadays and the high value of the dressage horse. With all this in mind we concluded that it was essential to train on the best surface possible and in our professional opinion this is Equestrian Surfaces Cushion Track Classic, as it not only supports the horses limbs but reduces the risk associated with the rigorous training regimes horses now undergo.