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Located within minutes from the splendid town of Shelbyville and all it offers, Clearview Horse Farm sits on over 130 acres of beautiful flat pasture, on Highway 231 South.
At Clearview Horse Farm, all breeds and riding disciplines are welcome.
We cater long term to the serious amateur and professional alike, who wish to board with us and take advantage of the wonderful equestrian facilities we have to offer: Two arenas (one indoor one, one outdoor); a dressage arena; executive style barn; small cross country trail, and much more.
Each Bed and Breakfast room is themed to represent a selection of popular horse breeds. We have the Tennessee Walking Horse Room, The Thoroughbred Room and The Quarter Horse Room.
All care has been taken to make your short stay enjoyable for you and your horse.
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to the Clearview Horse Farm innkeepers for sharing their secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
People stay here because they like horses, or want to know about horses. We have 14 different breeds of horses.
What are you best known for?
We are a horse riding and show facility that offers horseback riding programs for all levels.
What makes your inn unique?
Our horse shows attract a lot of visitors and so they stay in the guest rooms.
What do you love most about your inn?
We are a working farm.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
Shelbyville is near Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg which is just 20 minutes away. They offer a free tour, and the town of Lynchburg makes for a nice afternoon out.
Also, we are only 45 minutes away from the Nashville and country music scene. Bell Buckle is 20 minutes away and has arts and craft fairs throughout the year.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
The best compliment is when people say how serene the farm is, and how they love watching the horses play in the fields and fish in the pond.
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
Best kept secret is the nature and country side, which is beautiful.
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
They can visit Nashville, visit Jack Daniels, and go on the Civil War Trails to see the old Antebellum houses in the nearby area.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
Not much within walking distance, but the town of Shelbyville is only 5 miles away.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
Ruby Tuesdays is a nice restaurant in town, alongside Legends and Chilli's.
We do not serve breakfast or food at Clearview Farm.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference? How many rooms does your inn have?
We have 6 horse themes guest rooms, 2 of them have kitchens and 2 bedrooms. We also have the Cowboy Lounge Gathering room.
Do you accept pets?
Under the watchful eye of our highly qualified management team, our staff will endeavor to meet you and your horses needs regardless of your equestrian discipline. Our show barns are geared for the serious amateur and professional rider.
Horse Boarding Facilities
Long and Short Term available.
The facilities include:
- Floodlit outdoor arena
- Indoor arena 300 ft x 150 ft
- Show barns
- New stalls
- Private tack boxes
- Quality grazing
- Over 150 acres of trails
Enjoy the benefits of an indoor arena (300 ft x 150 ft), public viewing gallery, new stalls and barns. Trainers are welcome to hire the arena and invite their clients to share their experience with clinics and other such events. We also have a Floodlit Outdoor Arena. Ample car parking, trailer hookups and public toilets, will ensure your visit is fun and hassle free, so you can concentrate on what you want to do most - ride your horse.
Enjoy the company of our friendly miniature ponies, pet them, groom them, take them for a walk.
Small lake - Fishing
You catch it, you keep it!
For the non-horsey, why not kill time catching the catfish in our small lake, or visit some of the many attractions that surround Shelbyville, for instance, the famous Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg.
Welcome to Shelbyville, Tennessee -The Walking Horse Capital of the World
Shelbyville, the county seat of Bedford County, is located a little over 50 miles southeast of Nashville. We are known as the Walking Horse Capital of the World, and the Grand Champion Tennessee Walking Horse is crowned at our TWH National Celebration, an 11-day event which ends on the Saturday before Labor Day. Shelbyville is a hub of the Tennessee Walking Horse industry.
Shelbyville Public Square is on the National Register of Historic Places, the square was laid out in 1810 as the prototype for town squares throughout the South and Midwest. Shelbyville is also known as The Pencil City because of its historical importance to pencil manufacturing, although today more "writing instruments" than pencils are produced here. We are the home of the Sharpie, the world's largest selling writing instrument, produced by Sanford Corporation. Shelbyville has a favorable business climate, and is a center in south central Tennessee for manufacturing (CalsonicKansei, Sanford Corporation, Bemis Custom Products, Cebal America, Josten's, and many others), agri-business (Tyson Foods), and distribution.
We have a state-of-the-art recreation center and strong youth sports programs. We are proud to be the home of the Golden Eaglettes, a nationally recognized girl's high school basketball program that has won 12 state championships and been named the #1 team in the nation twice, and runner-up once. It's a great place to visit, and a better place to live and work.
Activities and attractions include:
- Tri-Star Vineyards & Winery
- Blackjack Farms
- Blackberry Ridge
- Art Museum
- Arts and Crafts
- Bicycle Trails
- Cultural Center
- Hiking & Nature Trails
- Historic Attractions
- Historical Museum
- Performing Arts Center
- The Great Celebration Mule and Donkey Show
- Jack Daniel's World Championship BBQ Contest
- RC Moon Pie Festival and Country Fair
- Middle Tennessee Civil War Museum
- Staggerwing Museum
- Jack Daniel's Distillery and Town Square at Lynchburg
- Motlow State College
- Bell Buckle
- Antique malls and shopping
- George Dickel Distillery
- University of Tennessee Space Institute
- Bedford Lake
- Normandy Dam and Reservoir
- Tim's Ford Lake and Wood Reservoir
- Cedar Rocks Hunting Club
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