SPCA Stables at Indian Springs is conveniently located at 22400 Indian Springs Road off of River Road in Salinas, just 3.2 miles south of Highway 68.

SPCA Stables at Indian Springs offers quality, friendly, affordable horse boarding in large stalls, paddocks, or pastures.  We provide large stalls, two riding arenas for all equestrian pursuits, lighting for evening riding, two round pens, and multiple turnouts. Quality hay fed twice daily, clinics and horse training available on site, heated wash rack, tack room, trailer parking, jumps, and a new trail obstacle course. Training with Tara Baker available and multiple clinics offered throughout the year. All disciplines welcome.

We are conveniently located on the west hills of Salinas, close to Toro Park, Ford Ord, local horse-friendly beaches, and Garland Park. Boarding options include self care, full care, premium care, and retirement care for your beloved retired horse.

Services

Your SPCA is committed to high-quality care of horses and customers. Services at the new SPCA Stables at Indian Springs include:

  • Horse boarding
  • Full, premium, retirement, and self-care options
  • 18 large (12×24) stalls with runs in Main Barn
  • 10 pipe panel stalls in Small Barn
  • 18 large (24×36) pipe stalls with shelters
  • 6 extra large paddocks with shelters
  • 1 foaling stall
  • 20 acres in pasture
  • Large primary ring offers lighting, multi-purpose sand footing, and jumps
  • Smaller ring offers sand footing in a multi-use arena
  • Round pen
  • Heated wash rack
  • Trail riding opportunities
  • Compassionate retirement care for your beloved horse
  • Clinics and other training opportunities
  • Arenas available for haul-in and day use for $10 (free for all boarders)
  • Trail obstacle course, haul-in for $15 (free for all boarders)
  • Trainer Tara Baker available on-site for private and semi-private lessons

 

Horse Clinics, Events & Training Opportunities

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