This is what the arena is all about family, friends and fun.

Family, Friends and Fun at P&M
Welcome To P&M Arena (a not for profit organization)
If you are looking for a great place to ride your horse, you've found it. We have two full size arenas for member use and public rentals. We are conveniently located on the northwest corner of Brown & Meridian, and connect to miles of trails.
Become a member of our club and you have the use of the arenas seven days a week from dawn to 10PM (except during scheduled events). We turn the lights on for members Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Kids on Kritters, our very own 18 and under buckle series runs the 2nd weekend of each month. The all ages Gymkhana series is the 3rd weekend. If Drill is more your style check out the P&M Desert Cowgirls.
Both arenas are available for rental; see the rental page for more information.
We do ask that you pick up all trash and horse manure before leaving the grounds.

During the summer months, when the arena gets dry and dusty water can be purchased at a nominal fee, by contacting Laura ( grounds keeper ).

11404 E. Brown Rd. Mesa, Arizona 85207 (map)

The Brief History of P&M Arena

P&M Arena is operated by P&M Trailriders, Inc. a volunteer managed not for profit organization.
P&M Trailriders organized December 14, 1962 to provide fellowship and promote equestrian activites in the East Valley. Our first arena facility was a corral in the Bayless Shopping center in Apache Junction.
P&M Trailriders officially incorporated in 1966, and continued to host events out of the original corral until asked to find a new location (due Apache Junction development) in 1974. Bud Jones, then President, worked with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to negotiate a renewable 5 year lease for our current home on 20 acres at the corner of Brown and County Line Road (now Meridian).
Over the years P&M Trailriders hosted and coordinated many events, Junior Rodeos, Lost Dutchman Days, Gymkhanas and horse shows.
Today, P&M’s volunteer members enjoy the fellowship, good times and hard work keeping the arena operating for the benefit of our friends and neighbors in the East Valley.