Arena Drags For Sale

  • ATV Towable Drags and Groomers

    ATV Towable Drags and Groomers (2)

    The above models are both an excellent arena drag for ATV’s, which can sometimes be a more practical option for dragging an arena than using a tractor. Barns who have working students or other staff who help with arena grooming and maintenance often prefer using an ATV drag as they are easier and safer to deal with for less experienced operators.…
  • Drag Parts and Accessories

    Drag Parts and Accessories (7)

    Accessories and replacement parts for the DragNFly arena groomers.
  • Refurbished or Used Arena Drags For Sale

    Refurbished or Used Arena Drags For Sale (1)

    These drags may have previously been used as demo models or have been previously damaged in shipment and fully restored by the manufacturer. Please read the individual product descriptions to learn more about each drag's condition before purchasing.

There are many arena drags for sale that are suitable for synthetic surfaces but not all arena drags will produce the same results.

The best horse arena drags will be able to mix the footing materials, loosen any compacted areas and also re-compress the footing for a surface that feels firm and has good traction but also offers ample cushion and energy return at the same time.

When shopping for an arena drag, it is important to consider what towing vehicle you will plan on using and ensure that your arena drag or groomer is an appropriate width and weight.

As a general rule of thumb, arena drags should be between 8″ and 12″ wider than the wheel track of your towing vehicle. This prevents any tire marks being left in turns and also allows you to get your drag close to the edge of your ring, without feeling like your pulling vehicle is right up against the arena wall or boards.

If you have questions on any of the arena groomers that we offer or would like to find out whether your current drag will work with a TruTex surface, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

You can also click here for more information on what makes a drag compatible with a synthetic surface.