A visual highlight!
equitent riding and lunging halls are customised to fit in with the landscape
Windbreak netting is breathable and allows light to pass through, ensuring a pleasant climate for horse and rider year-round while keeping irritating insects at bay.
Expandable at any time!
Alongside sophisticated hall systems, equitent offers appropriate lighting, guttering and high-quality fencing systems.
Flexible hall systems!
equitent riding halls can be extended in length as desired and are fitted with a sliding gate as standard.
- What are the advantages of equitent products compared to riding halls with solid constructions?
- Which riding hall is best suited to my requirements?
- Is planning permission required for riding halls, riding tents or lunging halls?
- What should the building ground be like?
- What materials are used for the construction of a riding hall?
- What requirements do the equitent hall systems meet with regard to wind and snow load?
- What finance options does equitent offer?
- Is it possible to view equitent products?
equitent riding tents and lunging halls score high in terms of value for money. Conventional riding halls with a wood or steel construction require major capital, both for the new building itself and for maintenance and upkeep. A riding or lunging hall from equitent, however, is not only available at a fraction of the cost but is virtually maintenance-free. In addition, the grid dimension (i.e. the width) of riding hall can be expanded if required, and with little effort involved. Unlike solid riding halls, our mobile, sophisticated constructions can be assembled at virtually any location within a short space of time. It is also possible to move the halls to other locations quite quickly at any time. The translucent PVC roofing and the wind break nets on the side ensure a bright, pleasant indoor climate at any time of day and in all weathers. The side net panels give riders and horses an open view.
We are also happy to advise you in person and under no obligation with an appointment on site. This will enable us to find a tailored riding hall solution that best suits your needs and purpose. Our extensive range of accessories has it all covered – from lighting and irrigation systems to bands, guttering and installation options. You can speak to us in person on +44 14 87 84 08 40 or e-mail us at (firstname.lastname@example.org)
A mobile hall system can be installed for a very short time with no major formalities thanks to the simplified building permit procedure for "temporary constructions". If the hall is intended to be used for more than three months, your local building authority will then decide whether a building application is required. equitent can provide you with a TÜV-approved structural analysis or test book for this. We will also gladly advise you on all related building application issues and assist you with the process.
equitent riding halls, riding tents and lunging halls can be assembled on natural ground, paved and tarmac surfaces or compressed gravel using soil nailing. The construction is secured on concrete with heavy duty anchor fittings.
The hall framework is made from aluminium profiles or hot-dip galvanised steel parts and is therefore corrosion-resistant. The roof and wall panels are made from high-quality translucent, UV-resistant, PVDF-coated tarpaulin, produced in accordance with EN 15619. It is flame-retardant as per DIN 4102 and EN 13501, dirt-repellent and fitted with low-wick coated polyester threads. It is also possible to use other wall panels if required.
When planning, it is important to consider the regional snow and wind loads. Riding hall and lunging hall can be assembled in wind and snow load zones 1 - 3.
The equitent finance options are just as flexible in their way as equitent hall systems. We are happy to arrange to meet you in person and provide advice on the options available to you.
We are happy to put you in touch with our customers so you can see our riding and lunging tents in action and view the quality, functionality and equipment options of the equitent systems first hand.