Canter Carpet is made from superior quality synthetic carpet fibres to create a better experience for both horse and rider. It provides a cushioned surface for softer landings and reduces fatigue by allowing your horse to ride on top of the surface, rather than sinking into it as they do with sand.
Canter Carpet works perfectly on any porous surface, in many cases without requiring a membrane, and can be used either as a standalone surface on hardstanding, or to top up an existing surface such as sand.
Because our carpet fibres are entirely weather-resistant, you can say goodbye to water logged and frozen surfaces, wet, muddy fields and icy concrete - Canter Carpet gives your arena, turnout or gallop a hard-wearing and maintenance-free surface that can be enjoyed all year round.
We also take great pride in our transparent pricing and will always endeavor to find the most cost-effective solution for your specific requirements.
Every shipment prepared at our depot in Newtown, Powys, includes a weight ticket, so you know exactly how much you’re paying for. All our deliveries are charged at cost, and if you have a pick-up or lorry, you can even collect the shipment yourself.
There are many other benefits to using Canter Carpet, including:
- Super hand-selected synthetic fibres
- Performs in all weathers
- Stays in place
- Affordable and cost effective
- Manufactured and processed on site
- High stock levels
- Quick, nationwide delivery
- Delivered loose in bulk for easy application
- Improves with age and use
- Contaminant free
- Environmentally friendly
We chose Canter Carpet to supply fibre for our second lunge ring, they offered a reliable and professional service and we were in receipt of our surface within days of ordering. Since its installation we have been delighted; the performance and quality of the surface means that our new fibre ring is favored over our original equitrac pen for lunging. There is very little maintenance required and we've not had to worry about any drainage problems, compaction or freezing.
Juliet & David Minton
Millhouse Stud, Racehorse Preparation & Pretraining