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Racehorse Oak ($10.95/SF)

Regular price $10.95 USD
Regular price Sale price $10.95 USD
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About this product

Each and every piece of wood carries the history of the farms they have contained. Reclaimed Wood Fence Oak makes for a hard-wearing, durable hardwood.

  • Profile: Tongue & Groove, Back Relief (engineered flooring)
  • Thickness: 5/8" (4 mm wear layer)
  • Width: 4"
  • Length: 2-9'
  • Price:$10.95 per sq/ft

Prices are per square foot.

Product details

Reclaimed Racehorse Oak planks are a fixture of the equine landscape in the heart of bluegrass country. These rustic, classic paddock fences have become iconic to the scenic horse country setting. Recycled wood is eco-friendly and has a particular charm that cannot be matched by new wood.

Racehorse Oak flooring is an ideal design to infuse your home for a rustic, country aesthetic without sacrificing beauty and sophistication. This flooring, made from repurposed wood fencing, is eco-friendly, sustainable, and highly durable. It is ideal for high-traffic areas such as kitchens and living rooms, as well as commercial locations. With a salvaged oak floor, you will have a one-of-a-kind and aesthetically pleasing floor that will last for generations.

Kentucky, surrounded by rolling hills and thousands of miles of fencing, is the horse capital of the world. Churchill Downs staged the inaugural Kentucky Derby in 1875, and since then, Kentucky has established itself as the center of the monarchs' sport. Central Kentucky is currently home to more than 400 horse farms and breeds the best racehorses. Horses are the glory of Kentucky, and restoring that glorious past is our passion.

Reclaimed Racehorse flooring is constructed entirely from recycled red and white wood that was originally used for fencing around thoroughbred horse farms. Many equestrians opt for the superior American oak because of its long lifespan and great reputation. Reclaimed oak is one of the most durable timbers available, making it ideal for starting out as heavy-duty fencing then being reclaimed as flooring for interior design projects. The tight growth rings and great density of the wood mean it will remain for decades without decaying or being eaten by insects.

Racehorse oak flooring is also a wonderful choice for individuals who are searching for a more natural aesthetic for their home or company. Its striking patina and individual personality make it a versatile material that works well in modern and classic settings.

The aesthetic value, longevity, and racing pedigree of an old oak fence are all factors in why people get excited to have these floors in their home or office. Because it is created from recycled wood from antique fences, these floors have a look of character all their own. Choosing reclaimed lumber will not only increase the value of your home, but you can also further your commitment to sustainability.

As an added bonus, our flooring has an engineered profile that makes installation a breeze. Racehorse Oak planks are easy to cut and can be nailed or glued into place. The tongue and groove planks interlock without difficulty. Reclaimed fence wood floors are versatile and may be used in any residential or business setting. This includes the den, dining area, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, offices, & board rooms.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will the racehorse oak flooring last?
Reclaimed racehorse oak flooring can last anywhere from 20 to 30 years, depending on the amount of traffic it receives and the type of care it receives.

What are the advantages of reclaimed racehorse oak wood?
The advantages of reclaimed racehorse oak are that it is a durable and strong hardwood that is resistant to rot and decay. It also has a beautiful natural grain pattern that can add character and visual interest to various woodworking projects. And most importantly, reclaimed racehorse oak wood bears a unique history, being that it was used in some of the most famous racehorse tracks of all time. As widely mentioned, Lexington is known as the horse capital of the world, and that definitely adds more value to this special kind of wood.

How do you clean reclaimed racehorse oak wood floors?
To begin, sweep or vacuum on a regular basis to remove dirt and trash. For more thorough cleaning, consider using a moist mop. If you have spills or spots, clean them up as soon as possible; the longer they sit, the more difficult it will be to remove them. Avoid using vinegar or steam to dull the finish. Plain soap is gentle enough to use on sealed floors, but it should be diluted with water and used sparingly.