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Shane Breen


Shane Breen had a successful week at Horse of the Year Show, taking the win in the Grandstand Media Five Fence Challenge.

Shane trains on Andrews Bowen London 2012 surface in his Equaflow System indoor arena based at Hickstead, which is a self irrigating arena giving a top quality surfacing solution whilst minimising mains water use. 

“The surface at HOYS was very consistent everywhere and the horses jumped very well off it. No complaints from me and I am full of admiration for the way a potentially very difficult process is made to look so effortless. Taking a car park to a world class arena in one day is no mean feat!” Shane Breen

Shanes Indoor arena is a fully water managed Equaflow System including rain water harvesting from roof above the arena, surplus water is made available for horse wash downs via Pressure Pumps. The washdown water is taken from water collected in the Equaflow system.

 

Date posted: 12/10/2017


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