Arena Sand (PG&E)

Product Detail

Looking for versatile and high-quality sand for your horse arena? Look further than Lincoln Sand & Rock’s Arena Sand (PG&E). Our premium quality sand is specifically designed for horse arenas and is perfect for any equestrian activity, from training to competition. Our Arena Sand (PG&E) is made up of silica sand angular grains, providing excellent traction and stability for your horse while promoting proper drainage and reducing dust. The sand is thoroughly washed and screened to remove any impurities, ensuring a clean and safe surface for both horse and rider. In addition to its use in horse arenas, Arena Sand (PG&E) has various versatile applications. It can be used in landscaping, construction projects, playgrounds, and volleyball courts.
Our decomposed granite (red) is easy to install and maintain, and with proper care, it can last for years without needing to be replaced. We guarantee that our product is of the highest quality, and we stand behind our commitment to providing our customers with excellent service and top-of-the-line products.

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Versatile Usage:
  • Horse arenas
  • Equestrian centers
  • Racetracks
  • Polo fields
  • Rodeo grounds
Astonishing Benefits:
  • Provides excellent footing for horses
  • Improves traction and reduces slippage
  • Helps prevent injuries to horses and riders
  • Promotes proper drainage and reduces dust
  • Resistant to compaction, creating a stable riding surface


CompositionComposed of angular (silica) sand and gravel
Footing optionsCan be blended with other materials for custom footing
Natural beige
CompliancesMeets PG&E standards for sand used in gas line trench backfill
MaintenanceRequires little maintenance
Repeated UseLong-lasting and durable for repeated use in equestrian settings