Having the correct tool to groom and maintain your arena is essential to getting the best results out of your footing.

Components of a suitable groomer

1. The working depth can be adjusted to the exact centimeter – important in cases of surfaces that have been applied on top of an easily scratched bitumen or synthetic grid layer, etc. 

2. The tines really “stir up“ the ground, intermixing and loosening the surface layer (the dividing layer and Sub-assembly are not affected)

3. leveling bar levels the accumulations and fills holes.

4. Additional pulverization, homogenization and leveling of the loosened surface layer.


**Please note that in using a groomer that is not suitable for use with fiber footing, it is likely to tear the fibers out of the sand instead of working them into it and you will not get the desired results from your footing.**