Now that the time has changed, we are having some daylight issues at the barn. Most of the kids aren't able to get to the barn until 4 at the earliest, and by the time they are tacked and mounted it is 4:30. It doesn't get dark until 5:30-6, however, most of them jump, and by the time they are warmed up and have worked on the flat and are ready, it is so dim it makes jumping difficult and dangerous.
Another issue is, everyone has to go in the same lesson - the kids are in different levels and many have certain problems with their ponies. My trainer has special exercises for them to do, but that is hard when everyone is together and needs to work on something different.
My trainer leases her barn. She doesn't want to over-invest in improvements to a property she doesn't own. Ideally, she likes to make her "improvements" things that she could uproot and take with her if she wanted or needed to move.
Now...we need lights for a small square arena. Maybe the size of 2 large dressage arenas, give or take. Ideally, set up to be able to be moved. As I said, she doesn't want or have a lot to put into "extras", so this needs to be the cheapest option that is also safe and effective.
Ideas, plans, estimates?