about us

Our Yard is based in the centre of Kent which provides us with good links to motorways to travel through out Kent and  Sussex and their surounding  counties.

Mark and his teams provide in excess of 25 years experience in all aspects of Arena , Gallop and Stable Base construction. The aim of constructing our Arenas is to provide a safe 1st class all year round  ride for all abilities and most budgets.

Complete complexes with Stables built along side Arenas on green field sites, to adapting redundant farm buildings to provide flexible cost effective facilities, are all catered for.

Clients needs and satisfaction are paramount to our service. Client recommendation by word of mouth reflects a major proportion of our Business .

We carry out a free no obligation site visit in a majority of situations, with a written quotation to follow.  We encourage clients to visit our demonstration Arena, in Biddenden Kent to witness the benefits of one of our arenas.

Why choose a Mark Scott Arena ?

Our experienced teams are headed by Mark Scott who over sees all aspects of the projects Unlike some other Arena builders, we don't just dig a hole and fill it with recycled materials such as road plainings, crushed concrete or brick hardcore and then simply install sand and rubber. Everything in  Mark Scott 's Arenas and Gallops are designed in detail and constructed to exacting standards using only new materials.

Our own up to date  machines are all fitted with the latest  laser technology to provide the most accurate of finishes.

A versatile galvanised iron Arena Master Rake is included in the price of every Quartz EquiSand and Rubber new build Arena.

We are quoted as a friendly, willing  and pleasant team to have on site.

We have the back up and approval of the Martin Collins Brand to provide the best surface for your requirements.




We at Mark Scott Arenas take pride in providing value for cost.


"The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotton" .




Caveat Emptor - Let the buyer beware

Cost cutting, increasing margins, maximizing the bottom line – however you want to phrase it, the economic recession has led to a culture where price is king – but how often is this at the expense of a depreciation in quality? And how often does cost cutting simply lead to a cycle of purchasing and then re-purchasing which ultimately leads to enhanced, rather than reduced costs?

Mark Scott Arenas has always prided itself on its commitment to quality, designing and manufacturing products which are fit for purpose, and built to last. Sourcing the very best materials for the job in question together with robust road testing and fine-tuning, enables the company to offer guarantees only affordable by a professional contractor like ours. Increasingly though, we are seeing the original MSA specification as cited by the, customer , architect or construction project manager, being replaced by a ‘more cost effective’ option, which is inevitably far from cost effective in the long run.