Living Springs Indoor Riding Arena is a public arena located in Pingree, Idaho.

Owned by Phil and Sheri Whitmore, it was built as a family venture to support their son and resident reining horse trainer, Chase McBurney.

Tara Clark, Amazon Ranch CEO spends most of the winter months at her farm in Idaho training young colts for the show ring, film, television and for her riding programs.

Living Springs, located just a few miles from her farm is a great fit for the Amazon Ranch programs in the winter months and is the home of Camp Camelot's winter riding program from December to May.

Fall and winter riding program beginning the week of October 24th with our schoolmaster horses or on your mount.

Lessons are $50 per lesson or $320 for a package of eight! ($10 per lesson savings)

Join us for our open to the public Dirty Fuzzy Horse Show Series November 5, December 17 and January 7!

Just $7 per class English, Western, Trail, Barrels and each show has a surprise class!

The first show will be a costume class.

Trophies for first place, ribbons through fifth with year and High Point Buckles for senior and junior riders!

Arena memberships are available for individual, group, families, and nonprofits! 
Come ride with us this winter!

Tara's background in Equine management and design has assisted in promoting Living Springs as a local training center, event center and host of the Triple Crown Dirty Fuzzy Horse Show Winter Series. This show system offers riders a place to school in the cold winter months in a geographic area where riding is usually stagnant!

Living Springs has private groups that come in for practice, ropers on Tuesday nights, the local Renegade Riders Posse members  and back country horsemen to name just a few!

We offer year around membership for individuals, families and clubs. The Idaho Falls airport is located one hour away and is an easy access flight to come and try Amazon Ranch sale horses during the winter months!

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