At the beginning of the pictures you can see how the paddock looked before. It was full in water with mastch and mud. The ground was not fixed, very deep and slippery. To change this condition, the Geotextile TV110 was first laid on the floor in the stable and on the paddock. The Geotextile, as the name suggests, is used to separate two layers of soil (topsoil + subsoil).
Simple & Quick Installation of the Ground Grid
On the Geotextile in the paddock were then laid the Ground Grid BG50. Through the connectors on the respective outer sides of the grid, you can easily and quickly kopplen the plates together to connect the grids to paths and surfaces.
Filling & overfilling the Ground Grid with sand
After the Ground Grid were all connected and laid they were then filled with sand. We recommend overfilling the Ground Grid for two reasons. First, the sand will settle due to rain, moisture, dead weight, and bealsting. Secondly, the hoof should never stand directly on the Ground Grid, but on a layer of sand.
Good for the horse and good for the grid
This is much more comfortable for the horse and the grids are protected from direct contact and UV sunlight which both has a positive effect on the longevity of the extremely robust and flexible grids. It is advisable to order a little more sand to always have the opportunity to re-sand where the Ground Grid is exposed, especially in the early days.
In no time the paddock is ready for use again
After this minimal execution without soilaustasuch the paddock is immediately ready for use and can be used directly again by horse and rider.