FutureTrack fiber footing is 100% white nylon product. After experimenting with numerous materials such as polyester, polypropylene, and a blend of different types of fibers, nylon has proven to be the most absorbent and UV tolerant, making it the ideal material to be used in arenas. This combination is guaranteed to enhance the stability of the arena surface, thus helping reduce risk of equine injury while creating a comfortable and flexible surface for the horse. The integration of the fiber into the sand also creates a quiet surface to ride on, improves water retention, and reduces dust.
FutureTrack is founded by an equestrian for equestrians. Contact us today to learn more!
Michael Pollard started riding at the age of 12 years old. Following years of training with top trainers such as Denny Emerson, Michael completed his first Rolex Kentucky CCI**** at the age of 22. In 2011, Michael competed for the U.S. at the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico and was a short list member for the U.S. Olympic Team in 2012.
Having competed at the highest levels of three day eventing, Michael truly understands the importance of good footing and how it directly relates to the health of horses. Becoming an accomplished equestrian has contributed immensely to Michael's knowledge on what it takes to have premier footing in a riding arena.
Having been by Michael's side as Michael worked his way up the ranks, Jack knows the importance of great footing for the health of the horse and the key components that are required for premier footing. Jack Pollard has been handling all FutureTrack installations and installed over 100 arenas along the east coast.
FutureTrack has become the arena of choice for riders and facilities in North America. Some of those facilities include:
-Virginia Horse Park
-Karen Lipp, Grand Prix Dressage Rider
-BlueStar Ranch in Cashiers, NC