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Broxton Hall Fibre Sales

We sell to the public a high class polypropylene carpet fibre by the the bale. Each bale is approximately 300 kilos.

Carpet ride is 100% clean, dust extracted and sourced from new synthetic carpet surplus to requirements not old recycled carpet/material.

The synthetic fibre additives will improve your excisting arena or gallops giving a root structure, more stability, helping with water retention and gives a cushioned ride for your horse.

Suitable for all types of surfaces. It can be spread on top of your surface or mixed into it.
Free samples on request.
 
List of satisfied customers that we have supplied surfaces and fibre to:

LATEST News

Broxton Hall Gallops Video

an ideal surface for horses –
whatever the weather

This is junior Eventer Nick O’Sullivan keeping his 16 year old grey gelding ‘Silver Prospect’ in trim, on a cold and damp November morning.