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Millcreek's Spin Groomer rotary arena rake can work wonders for improving hard, compacted baseball and softball infields as well as equine training areas.
Price: $2,879.00


5 foot
6 foot [Add $290.00]
7 foot [Add $570.00]

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Easy-to-use, no PTO is required, so it spins as you pull it. Material moves sideways to effectively fill in potentially dangerous rutted paths and low spots in a single pass. The result is a level, uniform surface, improved water absorption, easier grooming, and better playing conditions.

Instantly improve footing and soften surface with maximum versatility by making simple 3-point tractor hitch adjustments. Tilt the area rake more for a very aggressive pass or less for mild grooming action. At maximum tilt, tines go 5 inches deep.


  • 3-Point Hitch for tilt control
  • All steel construction
  • Tapered wheel bearings for years of reliable service
  • Brittle-resistant, flame-hardened steel tines
  • Rake attachment – smooths infield surface after aggressive arena drag action
  • Replacement tines

Average Rating: 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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Spin Groomer July 15, 2018
Reviewer: Daryl DeCarli from Ellington, CT  
It is my opinion that you should not purchase/use a spin groomer for horse arena's.  This rake will dig up your arena base.

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Finally Great Footing July 30, 2017
Reviewer: Barbara Bowman from Upton,MA  
I purchased a 6 foot spin groomer in May when I had been using a york rake to groom before. I have a sand/clay footing currently (planning on adding rubber or fiber to help re-compaction and rebound). It has cut down my grooming time and done a 100% better job. It loosens and lofts my footing while not introducing the "burms" I got with the york rake. It doesn't always spin as I expected it would (doesn't always rotate on straight aways) but it still gets the job done without spinning. I have a B2100 Kubota with a 21HP rating and it has handled the 6 foot drag rated for 25HP with no problem (whew..because I wasn't shipping it back). My boarders are also thrilled with the footing and my trainer is jealous because he would like one for his arena. I have yet to try the rake attachment because it may be a little much for my tractor at that point and it does a great job without it. Wish I had purchased this years ago. Will update if I add fiber to my arena to let others know compatibility.

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