Custom Horse Stall Mats

Custom sized horse stall mats kits with interlocking internal mat edges.
Custom Horse Stall Mats that won’t shift.

Custom Horse Stall Mat kits are a priceless flooring solution for horse stalls. Greatmats custom sized interlocking horse mat kits can be used in stalls, stables and barn aisle ways as well as trailer floors and grooming areas. The rubber stall mats are truly versatile and won’t shift or separate.

These custom horse stall mats are made of a durable 3/4 inch non-absorbent vulcanized rubber that is precision cut in the factory with an advanced water jet cutting system ensuring a seamless fit when installed over a proper base.

The custom horse mats are made in the USA with the highest quality craftsmanship. The tops of these custom sized kits feature a nonslip diamond top surface to ensure safety for humans and horses.

One large benefit of interlocking horse mats within a stall is that the tight-fitting rubber flooring is much easier to clean than non interlocking mats that shift and allow waste to get between and under the mats, causing them to buckle and separate further.

The simple installation of these mats saves hours of time and effort measuring and cutting standing rubber horse stall mats. Our custom horse stall mat kits require no adhesive for installation; their weight and interlocking edges keep the mats in place. To install, simply lay the horse stall mats down on a hard or compacted, smooth surface, and then interlock the mats together for a nearly seamless fit. Due to the custom nature of the kit, interlocking system is not universal, which is why Greatmats includes installation diagrams and instructions. 

The manufacturer’s 12 year warranty is prorated, so if the the manufacturer chooses to replace the mats instead of repairing them, the purchaser’s cost to replace the mats increases as the mats age. For the first three years the manufacturer will replace the mats in full at no cost to the consumer! After that the cost to the purchaser is at 4 years – 10%, 5 years – 20%, … 12 years – 90% of the original cost. If the consumer notices a defect in their 12×12 stall mats, they must notify the manufacturer within 15 days. 

Sundance Mat 4×6 Ft x 3/4 Inch Straight Edge Standard

The Greatmats 4×6 Ft x 3/4 Inch Straight Edge Standard Sundance horse stall product is the straight edge version of our very popular Interlocking Sundance Stall Mat. These incredibly durable and affordable 4×6 rubber stall mats work perfectly in horse stalls, weight rooms, and Cross Fit gyms, or wherever the smell of rubber is not a concern indoors.

Sundance Mat 4x6 Straight Edge Standard wp1

 

horse stall mat weight greatmats

The 4 ft. x 6 ft. x 3/4 in. Straight Edge Standard Sundance Tile features a pebble like top surface for added traction to your floor. The stall mat weight of 100 pounds per tile means these tiles are not designed to be portable, but they’ll work great as a permanent type of surface installation in a horse stall.

Features of Sundance 4×6 Tiles

Here are some of the key features of our Straight Edge Standard Sundance thick rubber stall mat tiles.

Materials: The primary material used in making these tiles is recycled rubber.

Water resistance: Water or other liquids will not penetrate these horse stall mats.

stall mats gym greatmats

 

horse stall mats for home gym 4x6
No-slip surface: Each tile offers a slightly rough, pebble like surface that prevents slippage. The surface is called a punter surface.

Designed to Stay Put: The stall mat weight per tile measures about 100 pounds each, meaning the tiles are not easily portable. And the 3/4 inch thickness of these 4×6 stall mats means they cannot be rolled up easily for carrying.

Easy installation: As long as you have a flat surface over which to lay the mats, you can install them relatively easily. Place the rubber mats over the top of concrete, dirt or gravel. Because the horse stall mat weight is 100 pounds per tile, at least two people should work together on installation.

stall mats gym greatmats

 

horse stall mats 4x6 greatmats
Cutting: Even though these 4 ft. x 6 ft. x 3/4 in. thick rubber stall mat tiles are heavy and have a sturdy construction, you can cut them to fit around the edges of the stall with a sharp utility knife and a straight edge. You then can bend the mat across a 2×4 and snap it before cutting the other side, just like a piece of drywall. Another option is to cut the rubber mat with a jigsaw or with an electric circular handsaw, but you’ll want some help to complete this process safely. Using a saw will also cause the blade to dull.

Benefits of Sundance Horse Mats

Although the traditional surface for a horse stall is firmly packed dirt, sprinkled with hay or straw as bedding, thick rubber mats, such as our Straight Edge Sundance mats, have quite a few advantages over using dirt in the horse stalls.

Lower costs: With heavy rubber mats installed, you’ll use less hay and bedding in the stalls. The horse won’t grind the bedding into the dirt, meaning less is needed.

horse stall mats for home gym greatmats
No More Muddy Floor: A dirt floor will soak up water and urine, eventually turning into a muddy mess. Our Sundance mats do not soak up water, meaning the floor of the stall remains easy to clean. Additionally, the sturdy rubber stall mat weight means it resists curling or buckling, so water cannot seep underneath.

No More Rutted Floor: Horses may cause ruts in a dirt floor, leaving it uneven for walking and unsafe. The horse stall mat weight allows it to remain in place, providing a smooth surface for the horse and for the owner.

horse stall mat greatmats

 

Sundance Mat 4x6 Straight Edge Standard wp8
Mucking: Cleaning up after the horse becomes much easier with thick rubber mats installed. With mats, you don’t have to deal with muddy or uneven ground inside the stall that makes shoveling and sweeping difficult. You also won’t lose your gravel or other fill during the mucking process.

Cushioning: Although our rubber horse mats are sturdy and provide a hard surface, they do have a little bit of give to them. This means they’re softer on the horse’s joints than concrete or hard-packed dirt or gravel. These rubber mats provide shock absorption and anti-fatigue benefits for large animals.

Warming layer: Having a layer of stall mat weight in the tiles provides a bit of insulation for the horse versus standing and laying on a cold dirt floor. A heavy horse stall mat weight works especially well for a horse with joint or arthritis problems.

Selecting the Right Horse Stall Mat

Each horse stall mat can support the weight of the horse as it moves around, as long as you select a high quality of mat. Some key features to consider include the following.

Thickness: Our 4 ft. x 6 ft. x 3/4 in. Straight Edge Sundance mat tiles provide a desirable thickness level. The 3/4 of an inch of thickness supports the weight of the horse extremely well, although thicker pads are available (usually up to 2 inches in thickness). However, installing mats thicker than 3/4 of an inch can be difficult because of the added weight they have. A 4×6 rubber mat that’s 2 inches thick will weigh more than 250 pounds.

4x6 stall mats

 

rubber mats for horse stalls greatmats
Straight edges: It’s extremely important to have mats that either lock together or that have straight edges that tightly fit together. Should gaps develop between the tiles, you may find water and urine leaking into the gaps and muddying the ground beneath. This may compromise the ground beneath the mats.

Interlocking mats: Although our 4 ft. x 6 ft. x 3/4 in. Straight Edge Sundance mats do not interlock at the edges, Greatmats does offer interlocking mats. An interlocking mat option represents a smarter idea for your horse stall mat choices if your horse likes to dig or paw at things in its stall. The seams of interlocking mats fit together tighter than straight edge mats, preventing damage from pawing.

Weight: Even though thicker and larger stall mat weight makes the tiles more difficult to install, heavier mats are more desirable. Heavier mats have less of a chance of slipping out of place or buckling under the weight of the horse moving around. Because of the weight of these rubber tiles, you’ll definitely want some help with the installation process.

Sundance Mat 4x6 Straight Edge Standard wp12
Construction quality: Selecting a horse stall mat weight of a high quality, such as our Greatmats Sundance 4 ft. x 6 ft. x 3/4 in. mats, is a must, which ensures the mat won’t shift around or curl at the edges. Lesser quality rubber mats may include non-uniform thickness or a thickness level that’s less than stated in the specifications, both of which could causes a failure of the mat through buckling. Cheaper mats won’t have perfectly straight edges either, meaning they won’t fit together.

Should you need a different size or thickness of horse stall mats than our 4×6 rubber stall mats, Greatmats carries several options. Just contact our helpful customer service center or look through the links on our site to see what’s available.

Preparation for Installation

Before ordering the thick rubber stall mat tiles, you will want to closely measure the area of the stall. Mats should go to the edges of the stall, just to ensure that there’s no chance of tripping over the edges for you or the horse. Figure out how many square feet you need.

The standard size of one mat measures 48 inches wide by 72 inches in length, resulting in 24 square feet per tile. Here are the number of tiles you’ll need for some standard horse stall layouts.

10 by 12 feet: 5 tiles
10 by 14 feet: 6 tiles
12 by 12 feet: 6 tiles
12 by 14 feet: 7 tiles
12 by 16 feet: 8 tiles

Before your 4 ft. x 6 ft. x 3/4 in. tiles from Greatmats arrive, you’ll want to prepare the stall area. Clean up the area, removing any manure, stray bedding and straw.

Make sure the area is level. The area doesn’t have to be perfectly level to the point that you use a bubble level to measure it, but it should be flat enough that the thick rubber stall mat tiles will lay flat.

Although you may install the 4×6 stall mats directly over a dirt floor, you may want to lay down a bed of a couple of inches of pea gravel. This provides a good base to ensure a flat area over which to place the rubber mat tiles.

horse mat greatmats
Other Uses

Beyond using the Straight Edge Sundance tile mats inside a horse stall, you could use them for an installation in a weight room. The thick mats will protect the floor underneath from any dropping of heavy free weights on the floor. Additionally, these rubber tiles will stand up to heavy exercise equipment without suffering damage.

However, these tiles do yield a rubbery smell, greater than that of other types of Greatmats flooring options. If you choose to use these thick rubber stall mat tiles indoors, you may experience some odor, especially in a room with little ventilation.

Gym Floor Foam Tile Pebble Top 3/4 Inch

Foam Gym Floor Mats

Greatmats exercise flooring foam tiles interlockGym Floor Foam Tile Pebble Top 3/4 Inch is available in this durable all ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) foam flooring tile. Made of quality foam and designed with a super durable pebble top surface pattern, this exercise room flooring tile is an excellent option for home exercise and gym floors where a lightweight and durable flooring is needed.

Our non-slip pebble top foam tiles are made with a very high-density polyethylene and EVA foam material. At 3/4 inch thickness, this double-sided tile will stand up to great punishment and is kid safe. Although not quite as durable as rubber, this floor tile comes the closest of any foam product we have available.

Greatmats Workout Room Mats Pebble Top FoamThese exercise room floor tiles can withstand all types of exercise equipment. The tile measures 21 mm thick (plus or minus 1 mm). Each tile comes with a universal interlocking system and two border strips, making corner or island layouts a possibility. This workout room flooring option is designed to last for years beneath exercise equipment and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

The reversible 2×2 foot square pebble top tiles will not absorb moisture and are available in black only.

Portable Horse Stall Mats

Greatmats portable horse stall mats foam lightweightUse these gym mats as portable horse stall mats for traveling events, temporary installations and trailers. This high density EVA foam mat is an excellent for horse stall installations and will withstand the weight of a horse. These portable mats are made of waterproof foam material that makes the stall mats lightweight and easy to travel with. These are a great alternative to heavy rubber mats.

These mats are designed to be used in temporary and low use installations. We do not recommend this product for extended permanent use in a horse stall.

Installation

Greatmats High Density Foam FlooringInstall our foam exercise flooring over any hard, flat surface and interlock the tiles together for a fast and easy installation.

Pebble top exercise room flooring can be easily cut using a sharp utility knife or box cutter, ensuring ease of wall-to-wall installation. Use a straight edge to ensure a straight cut.

Please do not expose this product to direct sunlight for extended periods. Sunlight cause the mats to expand and deform if exposed to direct sunlight over time.  This foam tile is not rated for commercial use in high traffic areas. EVA foam tiles are subject to expansion with dramatic changes in heat and cold, related to exposure to direct sunlight and/or significant increases in humidity, or throughout an annual freeze / thaw cycle in outdoor environments.

Maintenance & Cleaning

Greatmats pebble flooring foam matSweep the floor to remove dry debris. You can also choose to run a vacuum over the flooring, but you should test your vacuum in an area of the tile that isn’t easily seen. Some powerful vacuums can cause damage to the surface of the floor.

Damp mop the tiles using hot water and a household floor cleaner, as long as it doesn’t contain bleach. You also can spot clean small areas of the tiles using a sponge or gentle scrub brush and a household cleaner. Steam cleaning may heat up the tiles and cause them to expand.

After mopping the tiles, you can allow them to air dry in place in the room, or you can disassemble the tiles before washing them and allow them to dry in another location.

 

 

.

My Epiphany Paradise Farm – Robin Broughton

Portable and Permanent Stall Mats fitting the bill for multiple uses

By Brett Hart

After more than 50 years in the horse industry, ranging from rodeoing to jumping to reining, Robin Broughton, is sharing her paradise with hunter/jumper and dressage horses. My Epiphany Paradise Farm Robin Broughton Greatmats

Her farms, My Epiphany Stables in Wadsworth, Illinois, and My Epiphany Paradise Farm in Kidder, Missouri, offer spaces for retirement and rehabilitation for these equine companions.

The current focus of My Epiphany Paradise Farm, a spinoff of her other farm which was founded in 2004 and focuses on rehab, is being a long-term retirement facility for horses.

My Epiphany Paradise Farm Horse Pasture Greatmats

”Because not all horses are able to be rehabbed due to their injuries, my clients were always asking for referrals to retirement farms for their horses,” Broughton said. ”Many of them had asked why I did not start my own retirement facility. They knew me. They trusted me; and it would be a natural transition for those horses who were unable to make it through rehabilitation at my Illinois farm to transition to a retirement farm owned by me.”

In the spring of 2012, Robin sat down with her parents, Keith and Arlene Wilcox, and came up with a plan to turn their family beef farm into a long-term retirement farm for hunter/jumpers. That September, they opened their gates and formed an LLC with officers that included Robin’s husband, George, and sister, Niki McCabe.

Arlene became the primary caretaker of the horses while Keith handled pasture management and maintenance among other duties. Five years later, My Epiphany Paradise Farm is the home to 30 retirees, ranging from 11 to 33 years of age. Last year, it also began accepting young horses that needed a place to grow up before beginning their performance life.

The Need for Stall Mats
In the early years of My Epiphany Paradise Farm, the crew worked out of an older cattle barn with dirt floors. When Robin began researching portable stall mats online for the limited times in which they would need the barn for veterinary or farrier work, or inclement weather, she kept coming back to Greatmats.com because if its in-depth information and apparent quality.
My Epiphany Paradise Farm Horse Barn Greatmats
As the farm’s popularity grew, Robin decided to build a new barn and arena on the back side of the farm. At that time, she began researching permanent mats and again chose Greatmats, this time going with pre-sized Horse Stall Mat Kits due to their ability to be easily installed over limestone without slipping over time.

My Epiphany Paradise Farm Horse Barn Greatmats Interlocking Horse Stall Mats

”They are built to last, great quality, came numbered so that we just followed the schematic to install,” she said. ”There was no cutting, cursing or overheating in putting them in. … Awesome!”

With her new 3,800-plus square foot barn housing 10 stalls and featuring run-out all-weather paddocks off each stall, Robin plans to move the entire Illinois rehabilitation program to the new barn where the bigger stalls, runs, round pen and additional paddocks will be able to service even more injured horses dealing with suspensories, tendon tears, ligament injuries, etc. And with its new 80×184 foot indoor arena, Robin and her staff can work on the fitness rehabilitation of the horses after they’ve recovered from their injuries.

My Epiphany Paradise Farm Horse Stall Greatmats Horse Stall Mats

With that being said, the retirement program will continue is its current form, only more acreage will be added, bringing the total area of My Epiphany Paradise Farm to 200 acres.

Even with the new permanent mats, Robin is still making use of her Greatmats portable horse stall mats for all the same uses as before, along with entryways on the ground for her living quarter trailers, in her stock trailers for short hauls, and in temporary stalls with concrete floors when she brings her horses to shows.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Robin Broughton
My Epiphany Paradise Farm, LLC
Kidder MO 64649
For more on this topic please review our Horse Stall Mats product page.
Quarter Moon Acres Equine Therapy with Greatmats stall mats

Wisconsin Horses and Volunteers Turning Disabilities into Abilities

Quarter Moon Acres Equine Assisted Therapy Center

Quarter Moon Acres Equine Therapy with Greatmats stall matsPolk County Wisconsin’s first-ever Equine Assisted Therapy Center didn’t just come together by chance. Two of the three founders had been contemplating the idea for many years. For one, it was a childhood dream, and for another, her own experience using horses to cope with disorders led them to help others turn disabilities into abilities.

“Horses helped me through the years,” said Quarter Moon Acres Equine Therapy Center co-founder Patti Andersen. “I have ADD myself. I have massive depression, and the horses themselves have helped me through that.”

Greatmats Interlocking Stall Mat Kits Horse Hooves and Cowboy BootsFellow co-founder Kristi Hart and a childhood friend had worked out plans for a future equine therapy center as pre-teens. That friend passed away far too early, but Kristi never forgot their plan to help others through horses.

In 2014, Patti, who had served as a second mother for Kristi through her teenage years, approached Kristi about opening an equine therapy center on Patti’s farm in rural Amery, Wisconsin. Kristi jumped on the opportunity, moved back to the area, and the duo quickly asked Karole Lee, a boarder at Patti’s farm, to join in the venture.

With all three still working full time jobs, they began offering therapy sessions one day per week in the Spring of 2015 with a crew made entirely of volunteers.

“Our clients range from 6 to 86 and everywhere in between,” Patti said. “Some clients with dementia are the 86 group. And the young ones – many times it’s not an anxiety disorder that they have, it could be just social skills – even at that age – or no core strength, which equine therapy helps with that too.”

The Need for Quality Stall Mats

Greatmats Interlocking Stall Mat Kits Horse Hooves and Cowboy BootsWith the average age of Quarter Moon Acres’ therapy horses being about 17, maintaining their comfort is essential to keeping them ready to serve.

“They’re in stall for quite a bit of the day,” Patti said. “They need some cushion on their feet and under their legs. Without stall mats, we would not be able to do what we do because – No legs on a horse, no feet. No horse, no therapy.”

Kristi pointed out that not all horse stall mats work the same, noting that some of the mats they’ve used have had a tendency to curl, exposing seams, creating a tripping hazard for the horses and making the mucking process more labor intensive than necessary.

“When God created horses, he did not make them the most graceful animals, so if there’s something to get caught on, they will get caught on it,” Patti said.

“We have to have sound horses,” Karole added. “If they aren’t sound, we can’t have them out in the program at all…. They’re not going to be sound if they trip over uneven mats.”

“These horses are our life,” Patti said. “With the mats from Greatmats, they are standing straight and tall.”

Greatmats Rubber Interlocking Stall Mat Kits installedWith Greatmats stall mats, Kristi says they are able to keep their therapy horses comfortable and they’re stalls dry and clean much easier, saving the volunteer QMA staff a lot of time, effort and frustration.

Each rider requires at least three volunteers to help them through each therapy session, so its important for the staff to be able to spend as much of its time as possible focusing on the riders.

The three founders thoroughly enjoy watching the progress their Greatmats Rubber Interlocking Stall Mat Kits installationclients have made over the past three years as well as the reaction on the faces of the clients and their parents as they discover new things about the horses and confidence within themselves.

“Seeing the clients and parents is awesome, but I also think that watching the volunteers that come out here and support us is awesome,” Karole said. “We can’t do this program without them.”

“We’ve seen what horses can do for us, or the people that are close to us, not only physically, but emotionally as well, and we’re lucky enough to have this right at our fingertips,” Kristi said. “So to be able to take what we have and can use every day, and share it with people who don’t … is amazing!”

Patti Andersen, Kristi Hart, Karole Lee
Quarter Moon Acres Equine Therapy Center
Amery WI 54001
For more on this topic please review our Horse Stall Mats product page.

Gracie Shepherd – Barrel Racer

Portable Horse Stall Mats keep horse healthy for weekly competitions

By Brett Hart

Having ridden horses as long as she’s been able to walk, 16-year-old Virginia barrel racer Gracie Shepherd got her competitive start showing halter horses.

Gracie Shepherd barrel racing horse Greatmats

”I’ve only been barrel racing a year and that’s a completely different ball game for sure,” Shepherd said. ”I’ve always wanted to barrel race.”

So she jumped in head first and drove 17 hours to Texas to purchase a 4-year-old barrel horse named Rosie.

”A ton of people thought I was crazy for not only going that far, but buying such a young horse,” Shepherd said. ”People always said ‘don’t buy a green horse for a green rider,’ but I’m stubborn and did it anyways. I wanted a horse I could grow and learn with.”

Gracie Shepherd Barrel Racing competition Greatmats”I took matters in my own hands and with God, my horse, and my family I made that dream my reality.”

Now Shepherd competes in a barrel race or rodeo virtually every weekend – sometimes as many as 4 shows in a weekend.

”There are very few weekends that Rosie and I are at home,” Shepherd said.

In her short barrel racing career, Shepherd has gotten the biggest thrills from competing in the Forth Worth Stockyards Championship Rodeo and two trips to the AQHYA Youth Worlds.

”Rosie actually wasn’t far off of placing against the big dogs,” Shepherd said of the Fort Worth Rodeo.

She’s also made the finals a few times at No Bull Barrel Races.

”My biggest accomplishment really is just being where we are within a such short amount of time,” Shepherd said. ”I would’ve never thought we would be where we are in a year.” Gracie Shepherd Barrel Racing Greatmats

Greatmats Portable Horse Stall Mats
With all over her and Rosie’s time on the road, Shepherd discovered found pulling big, heavy stall mats out of her trailer to put in the stalls to be a major inconvenience.

”That was not very easy at all,” she said. ”Those suckers are heavy. I really wanted something just easier to get to her stalls with lots of comfort. A lot of the shows are pavement stalls, so it can make her pretty sore.”

When Rosie was sore, Shepherd she would be stiff in her hind end and wouldn’t perform well.

”Pavement stalls can do that to a horse,” she said.

Then, while looking for stall mats to take to the AQHYA World Show, she came across Greatmats’ Portable Horse Stall Mats.

Gracie Shepherd barrel racing horse on Greatmats Portable Horse Stall Mats

”I love how portable and easy they are to set up.” Shepherd said. ”They don’t take up a lot of space in my trailer. And they are light and easy to get to my stalls at shows.”

Rosie has been happy with the new Greatmats Portable Horse Stall Mats as well.

”She definitely never feels stiff since we’ve used Greatmats, and she performs better since she’s not stiff,” she said.

Pleased with the progress she and Rosie have made with the help of Greatmats, Gracie Shepherd plans to continue chasing her dream.

”We are nowhere near finished yet,” she said. ”I really want to make it to pro rodeo one day and win the AQHYA Youth World.”

”I’d like to personally thank Greatmats for joining Rosie and my journey,” Shepherd said. ”Traveling down the roads wouldn’t be as good if we didn’t have them!”

Gracie Shepherd barrel racer with Greatmats Portable Horse Stall Mats
Gracie Shepherd
Glade Spring VA 24340
For more on this topic please review our Horse Stall Mats product page.
Related Product: Portable Horse Stall Mats

13 Horse Trainers Compete for National Honor

Greatmats National Horse Trainer of the Year LogoMilltown, WI – They come from all different walks of life, but something these 13 horse trainers have in common is the fact that they are making a positive impact in their communities through their work with horses and beyond.

The following 13 horse trainers, representing 10 different states, have been nominated for the honor of National Horse Trainer of the Year, and award presented annually by Greatmats.

From Nov. 16 to 30, 2017, voting will be open to the public on Greatmats Facebook page as it weighs in on which two trainers will be named finalists for the award. The winner will receive horse stall mats, or a cash option, from Greatmats, which is in its third year of hosting the contest.

This year’s nominees are as follows.

 

California

Ashley Salter of iRide4U in Santa Ynez

Colorado

Justin Dunn of Justin Dunn Horesemanship in Guffey

Frances Carbonnel of Mariah Farms in Castle Rock

Kentucky

Kelly Murphy-Alley of Striking KMA Performance Horses in Willmore

Beth Harris of Walnut Way Farm in Simpsonville

Michigan

Bill Brown of Chase Lake Equestrian Center in Fowlerville

North Carolina

TR Potts of Potts Performance Horses in Fountain In

Tennessee

Chrystal Crispin of Crispin Unlimited in Jonesborough

Texas

Jeremy Dull of Jeremy Dull Horsemanship in Hempstead

West Virginia

Mike Hurst of Mike Hurst Horsemanship in Philippi

Wisconsin

Sharlyn Fellenz of Mytalisha’s Dream Riding Center in Eau Claire

Bryanna Larson of Pony Tales Refuge and Rehab in Colfax

 

Learn more about the 2017 National Horse Trainer of the Year Award and how to vote for your favorite trainer at https://www.greatmats.com/horse-stall-mats/greatmats-annual-national-horse-trainer-of-the-year-contest.php

As part of its 3rd annnual National Award Series, Greatmats is also presenting awards to to Martial Arts Instructors, Cheerleading Coaches, Personal Trainers, Dog Trainers and Dance Instructors. Learn more about the National Award Series at https://www.greatmats.com/greatmats-national-instructor-of-the-year-awards-series.php.