Middleburg, VA — Attwood Equestrian Surfaces is pleased to announce that they have been awarded the contract for Baltimore County Therapeutic Riding Center’s $3 million indoor equestrian arena at its agricultural center in Cockeysville, MD, where horse enthusiasts would be able to ride, take classes and participate in therapeutic programs.
Attwood Equestrian Surfaces presents this fancy cooler to the winner of the Mary Alice Brown Amateur Master Series. Always a pleasure to be a sponsor for them and present wonderful prizes like these.
March 25, 2017 — Attwood Equestrian Surfaces is pleased to announce that they will be attending the 2017 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping and FEI World Cup™ Dressage Finals at the International of Omaha show March 27th – April 2nd. “We really are excited to have the opportunity to showcase our products and expertise to the best riders and trainers in the world,” said Nick Attwood, President of AES. “This is where the best will be coming to compete. It’s a perfect fit for our company.”
In July of 2016, after nearly 10 years of detailed research and meticulous planning, a vision came to life as the Kansas State University Veterinary Health Center broke ground ground on a new state-of-the-art Equine Performance Testing Center (EPTC). Partnering with Attwood Equestrian Surfaces (AES), the EPTC features a covered riding arena with AES’s Pinnacle footing and lunging and trot-up areas with asphalt footing. As a stand-alone, outpatient facility, it will also provide four holding stalls, wash area, examination and patient preparation area, radiology services and an area for farrier services as well as easy-access pull-through truck and trailer parking.
Middleburg, VA — Attwood Equestrian Surfaces is pleased to announce their return as the CIC** sponsor at the Cloud 11~Gavilan North LLC Carolina International CIC and Horse Trial to be held at the Carolina Horse Park March 22nd - 26th, 2017 in Raeford, North Carolina.
Stable View is immensely grateful to our partners and sponsors who have been integral to the success of our equestrian events and facility expansion. Two such partners are Attwood Equestrian Surfaces & GGT Footing.
As horsemen, we are always striving to be better at our craft. What better opportunity then to be a part of the Charles de Kunffy clinic being held at Yellowbird Farm. This Trainer's Seminar blends classroom theory, lectures and riding sessions with all riding sessions being held in the Yellowbird dressage court which features Attwood Pinnacle footing.
Attwood Equestrian Surfaces is elated to share the story behind our recent project in Manhattan, Kansas. This project was for the Kansas State University. They built a new Equine Performance Testing Center and the footing of choice was Attwood Equestrian Surfaces Pinnacle.