About Us

Rick and Kate Triplett began Improvements Plus, Inc., in May of 1992, with the idea of providing personalized customer service to horse owners in arena work and repair.

“for the horses, by a horseman”

Our business has evolved into a premium provider of equestrian arena products and services, including top quality ALL WEATHER outdoor riding arena surfaces and dust-free indoor arena footing solutions for all disciplines.

We emphasize RETAIL SALES of our product line, and free installation and use instruction and support via telephone to our customers.

Our personal services include facility consulting work, renovation and amendment of existing riding arena footings. Our arena consultation advisory services include guidance in selection of arena sites, facility access, sacrifice areas and confinement paddocks, and mud abatement and drainage correction information.



We introduced the “German felt” footing additives to the Northwest some years back, and have continually re-evaluated quality and effectiveness as we work with this technology. We now import and sell our own blend of German felt under the Equi-Fleece ™ brand name.

Arena Rehab Specialists is the Master Wholesale Distributor for the Pacific Northwest for the MAG products from Dead Sea Works. We maintain stocks for retail sale to customers. We were the first arena footing specialist on the West Coast to offer the MAG Flake magnesium chloride products for indoor arena dust control. We use this in our indoor arena footings, as it is the best solution for arena dust suppression and moisture stabilization.

MAG is the safest, most effective dust control product available. MAG has a cost saving benefit over the long run due to its longevity when compared to the polymers and co-polymers etc.

We sell and ship MAG to points all over the western US and Canada  from our West Coast location near Monroe, Washington, and our Inter-mountain West warehouse location in Billings, Montana.

Equi-Fleece loaded and  ready to roll on another arena job. September 2014.