Paddock Slab Soil Stabilization Grid 19.7" x 15.75" x 1.6" Black (2.63 sq ft)

Sturdy, semi-flexible mud management grid system
CA$ 10.99
Availability: In stock

As you are probably aware an average horse weighs 1,100 – 1,500lbs and hoof diameters vary between 4.3” – 10” dependant on the age and breed of the horse. This can impose a direct load of 1,800lbs with a live load of an additional 1,125lbs so it’s important to have this load supported over a wide cell edge that is semi flexible so if offers a slight “give” to the horses hoof making them more comfortable to walk on – the Paddock Slab is the ideal and best solution for this aspect and it was designed for this use.


  • Large surface area on the underside to resist sinking
  • Softer material to cushion impacts
  • Capable of taking the load of any road legal vehicle weight (and much more)
  • 20 year guarantee


  • Coverage: 2.15 sq ft per tile
  • Dimensions: 19.7" x 15.75" x 1.6"
  • Weight per piece: 4.63 lbs
  • Weight per square foot: 2.15 lbs
  • Strength empty (lbs/sf): 66,780
  • Strength filled: 208,700
  • Material (recycled): LDPE/PE mix for cushioning
  • Colour: Black
  • Jointing: Flexible
  • Top finish: Non-slip cleats

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  1. Paddock Mud Management Paddock Mud Management Mud is a huge issue for so very many barns, but you don’t have to give in to it. There are a variety of things you can do to improve the footing in your paddocks, even if the layouts were originally poorly planned. Read on to find out what you can do to reduce mud in your paddocks.