Rubber floor covering is also healthier. Its anti-slip surface reduces the risk of falls and injuries. It absorbs impact and prevents tendons and joints from over-stressing. It saves on hoof and shoe wear. And rubber flooring instead of clay reduces dust to help COPD sufferers. Research results also prove that a non-porous, vulcanised-sealed rubber surface has a lower microbial count than concrete. Any soiling that may find its way under the mat has no impact on the hygiene status.
An excellent interlocking stable mat. At 12 millimetres thick, it’s perfect for all general stable applications. It comes with a horseshoe patterned top.
Similar in material, thickness and size to Belmondo, however, it comes with a cellular patterned top surface. Great for all general stable applications.
At 24 millimetres thick, Kura is perfect for high-traffic areas where comfort, grip, and durability are required. Mosaic patterned top surface.
Sisters, Vicki, Kelly and Amanda, had all witnessed horses slipping and falling on the concrete and knew they needed a high-grip solution to the problem.
The stable matting at Almaree Park is modern, easy to clean, and non-slip. Situated in Canterbury, only 20 minutes from Christchurch city centre, Almaree Park Equestrian Centre sits on 18 acres and is home to modern, high-end facilities.
Marcella Bates had heard from many horse breeders and trainers that rubber matting was worth the investment. Keeping four horses on her Te Horo property, she wanted something that could protect the animals from the hard concrete floor of her two existing areas.
Richard and Karen Adgo of Ohariu Valley Equestrian Centre near Wellington say installing Numat’s Kura matting in eight of their 16 horse stables has paid for itself in just three months.
Julie and husband Dave travel and work regularly in Europe and decided to go for a rubber matting floor system in their new facility after looking at several different complexes off-shore.