Martin Collins Equine Surfaces Partners With New Jersey Horse Park

Global footing experts Martin Collins Equine Surfaces are proud to have been selected as the surface supplier for rings that will be installed at the New Jersey Horse Park commencing 2015. Martin Collins Equine Surfaces boasts over 2,000 arena installations at private farms, events, international shows and FEI World Cups in Europe and have installed sport horse arenas from coast to coast in the US, including at the prestigious Sonoma Horse Park in California.

The Horse Park of New Jersey is a 501(c)(3) tax deductible educational charity and preserves acreage in one of the most populated states in the country. The Horse Park’s mission is to begin renovation on their rings in 2015 and fundraising efforts are already underway. A fund specifically set aside for footing donations, not to be used for general HP operations, has been created. The park runs entirely on proceeds from shows, membership, and donations, receiving no funding from the state.

“In order to create the best possible surfaces for our horses, The Horse Park of NJ is thrilled to announce its recent decision to partner with Martin Collins,” said Allyson Jeffery, member of The Horse Park of New Jersey board and chairperson for the footing campaign. “Martin Collins has a reputation for offering an excellent arena surface with a focus on what is beneficial to the horse. Their products seem to have good durability and are compatible with our facilities high traffic needs. We are on a mission to provide a safe multi-discipline surface that allows each horse and competitor to perform to the best of their ability, Martin Collins was the clear choice to make this vision a reality.”

“We are delighted to have been selected as the surface supplier for the New Jersey Horse Park,” said Glynnie Walford, Martin Collins USA. “Refurbishment of the rings will allow for continued competition and enjoyment by the many, many equestrians who make use of the park.”

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