Spring into Savings with 25% off Martin Collins Horse Arena Footing

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If you’ve been thinking about building or upgrading your current sport horse arena, now is the time to make the investment that will payoff for years to come - and save some money in the process. Right now, Martin Collins USA is offering a 25% discount on their popular CLOPF® Fiber footing.

CLOPF fiber is a cost-effective, long lasting, original performance fiber from Martin Collins. It can be used in a new sand installation or to significantly enhance an existing sand or sand/mix footing, without incurring the expense of an all new product.

This proprietary blend of fibers assists in giving more stability via a ‘root structure’ within the sand particles. This in turn provides cushioning and energy return to the limbs of the horse.

“We are offering this special promotion on our CLOPF fiber with the aim of reaching those horse owners who are perhaps on a budget but want a quality product at an affordable price,” said Glynnie Walford, CEO of Martin Collins USA. “Hopefully this discount will assist in them making that all important decision. We believe in endeavoring to keep horses sounder for longer and that is why at Martin Collins we will not cut corners where our footing is concerned.

For over 45 years, global footing expert, Martin Collins Enterprises, have been uncompromising in their standards. Once you see one of their arenas, there is no question as to why leading riders and prestigious equestrian venues select Martin Collins.

But hurry, Martin Collins will only be offering this rare discount until May 15th, 2017 (installations must be completed by July 2017).

For more information, please visit http://www.martincollinsusa.com/clopf-ambassador-program/

Martin Collins Enterprises, founded in 1977, has installed over 4,500 surfaces around the globe, including at prestigious venues such as Royal Windsor Horse Show, UK; Spanish Riding School, Austria; Metropolitan Polo Club, Beijing, China. Martin Collins has installed sport horse surfaces from coast to coast in the US, including Sonoma Horse Park in Northern California.