Clearview is country, a green oasis sublime, where the bray of the donkey will help pass the time. If you ride horses and show, or just need a travelers rest, staying at Clearview will be for the best. The horses and mules, you may choose to ride, can be a memories companion and help your stress hide.
WELCOME .....Marie Lloyd (Owner)
Multi National Title and Championship Winner, Trainer Don Charest is now based at Clearview.
Call Don at 615 557 7829 to schedule a training lesson or evaluation. An all breeds specialist Don will be happy to chat with you!
Mr. Charlie Hutton
Clearview is please to announce the arrival of another celebrated trainer, Mr. Charlie Hutton of Nu Chex to Cash Fame.
Only trainer and rider in AQHA history to win High Point Titles in Reining and Working Cow Horse in the same year (1999) with Nu Chex To Cash.
It's Show Time!
Aug 23, 2014 - CANCELLED
TSApHC - Fun with Friends - Fun Show
Starts at 9:00am
Show Manager: Beth Rutledge
Contact: Gail Phillips at 615-374-8113
Show Bill/Class List
Aug 24, 2014
Western Dressage Clinic
Sunday - 1/2 day: Practice with Don Charest
$25 for clinic/$20 for stall or $10 haul in
Book YOUR Event Today!
Roping practice every Thursday night at 6pm in the indoor arena. For more information please call Tommy Foster at 931-703-4130.
Rates & Info
We have many options for you to choose from. Great Lodging in beautiful rooms starting at $65 per night, Full Horse Board or Pasture Board, Horse Back Riding by the hour, and Natural Horsemanship Horse Training.
Shows & Events
With facilities like our professional Indoor Show arena, 110 stalls, Floodlit Outdoor arena and ample parking for RVs and Trailers, plus the new Outdoor Extreme Trail Course, we are perfect for any type of show. We have a bunch of events going on throughout the year so make sure you check out our full calender.
Western Dressage World Show 2013
Marie with Doolittle (Reserve World Champion) and Don with Agatha
Congrats to our two mules, Doolittle and Agatha! It was their first time for the mules and they made a lot of people see mules differently.