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Riding hall lighting in LED technology

Our LED riding stable lighting is resistant to dust, vibrations and splash water.
In riding halls and stables, good lighting conditions are particularly important. If the riding stable is well illuminated, the athlete feels safe and can concentrate particularly well at a colour temperature of approx. 5500 to 6500 Kelvin. When the riding stable lighting is switched on, it is immediately bright; there is no delay or flickering, as with the old fluorescent lamps.

The German Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection sets a guideline for illuminance in stables of at least 80 lux for at least 8 hours a day.

For indoor riding arenas, an even higher illuminance is recommended. For daily training, this should be around 250 lux. For show jumping, at least 300 lux is recommended, and for competition use, even approx. 450 lux.

Adequate lighting in the riding stable or indoor arena is very important in many respects.

Every horse has the need for social contact with other horses. However, this is not always possible and therefore it is at least necessary to ensure that the horses have visual contact. Please think of the welfare of the horse, bad light without visual contact to its conspecifics can lead to behavioural changes and disorders.

The right light plays an important role for the horse. It has a direct influence on melatonin production. Melatonin production increases in darkness.
Good lighting with a light temperature between 5000 Kelvin – 6500 Kelvin in the stable leads to the horses being generally more motivated and also being able to concentrate better.

In colour therapy, as the name suggests, the focus is not on light intensity but on the choice of colours. Each light colour is said to have a different effect on the horse’s body.

Green: This colour stands for balance and equilibrium. The colour vibration of green light is said to have a balancing, harmonising and strengthening effect.

Red: This colour stands for strength. The colour vibration of red radiated light is said to have an activating, warming, circulation-promoting and stimulating effect.

Blue radiated light stands for calm and stillness. The colour vibration of blue light is said to have a calming, cooling and pain-relieving effect.

Have you ever thought of equipping your riding stable / box with LED strips? Our RGB LED strips can emit all colours.