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Charlie, you're welcome back at Clearview anytime!

May 2017 Newsletter

As May draws to a close, we wish to honor Memorial Day and send our thoughts and prayers to the families who have lost loved ones in the armed forces. Thank you to the brave men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice to defend our freedom.

It’s also now officially summer! Keep on reading for the highlights from our clinics and events this month!

Special Feature: Happy Birthday to Marie!

First and foremost, we want to wish a happy birthday to Marie! This amazing lady keeps Clearview running like a well-oiled machine, and we love having her in Shelbyville. She celebrated with a lovely night out with friends.

Nothing beats a birthday with good friends!

Nothing beats a birthday with good friends!

Word in the Herd

Baby Geese

This past spring has been a great year for nesting birds, and we even had a family of geese make their home in our pond. How cute!

Check out the flotilla of little feathery puffballs! They're adorable!

Check out the flotilla of little feathery puffballs! They’re adorable!

Long Ear Perspective!

Have you ever tried to wrangle the reins in one hand and a camera in the other? It isn’t exactly the easiest task in the world, but it sure makes for some entertaining photos!

Sometimes you just need to take a break and see the world from a mule's perspective.

Sometimes you just need to take a break and see the world from a mule’s perspective.

What happened to Don’s dog?!

Okay, this one is totally a trick question. Have you ever seen a corgi with a haircut like this? Don’s ever-loyal corgi was started to feel the summer heat, so now she’s sporting a much more comfortable (and cool!) summer cut. She’s become quite the permanent fixture around the farm and looks adorable!

We're betting Don's corgi feels much more comfortable now!

We’re betting Don’s corgi feels much more comfortable now!

Arena Reports

Zen Dog Agility

We have had a blast hosting the Zen Dog Versatility Sports show series in our indoor arena. For those of you who haven’t made it out to watch or compete, here’s what an agility course looks like:

We're all set up for dog agility!

We’re all set up for dog agility!

We’ve had some incredibly talented dogs and their owners competing, including this stunning border collie Peter. He finished his ADCH championship, which is the highest possible dog agility title, during this last show, and his owner and trainer Terri Schmitt could not be prouder. Congratulations to them both!

Congratulations to Peter and Terri!

Congratulations to Peter and Terri!

Charlie Hutton Clinic

Charlie Hutton’s much-anticipated clinic was certainly the highlight of the month, and it felt just like old times when he lived and worked on the farm. Attendees had the opportunity to ask whatever questions they wanted, and Charlie tailored the clinic to the needs of his students.

Charlie's clinic had great attendance, and he was more than happy to give personalized attention alongside his old friend Corona.

Charlie’s clinic had great attendance, and he was more than happy to give personalized attention alongside his old friend Corona.

We’re certainly going to miss him when he heads back home! Thanks to everyone who made the clinic such a great success!

Charlie, you're welcome back at Clearview anytime!

Charlie, you’re welcome back at Clearview anytime!

Equines and Services for Sale

Corona Extra Chex Stud Service – $850

Charlie Hutton personally trained Corona, and it shows in his performance in the show ring and amazing personality! Credit: Kathy Ziegler Photography

Charlie Hutton personally trained Corona, and it shows in his performance in the show ring and amazing personality!
Credit: Kathy Ziegler Photography

Corona Extra Chex, son of Nu Chex to Cash, is standing at stud at Clearview, and you could not ask for a more personable stallion to sire your next foal. He’s extremely “honest,” in that you never have to worry about guessing his moods before a show or change classes at the last minute. And when he’s not cleaning house in the show ring or training, he has a gelding as a pasture buddy, enjoys his leisure time, and gets along great with other horses on trail rides. In fact, he’s so laid back that people who have never met him are often shocked to learn that he’s a stallion!

Diego, 5 year old gaited flashy TWH gelding – $2500 OBO

Diego is a flashy, sure-footed trail horse perfect for an advanced beginner!

Diego is a flashy, sure-footed trail horse perfect for an advanced beginner!

Diego is a 14.2 hand chestnut and white spotted TWH gelding, solid broke and fun trail horse for the advanced beginner rider! We have taken him trail riding numerous amounts of times. He will lead or follow and also rides out on his own just fine. His gait is as smooth as silk and will go all day long, anywhere you point he will go. He is sure-footed and will go through water, over logs, and over bridges. He is up to date on all shots, vaccinations, and Coggins and good for the farrier. The only reason for sale is we are reducing stock, so Diego is ready and eagerly looking for his next trail buddy! He does well at all the local fun shows due to his eye catching appearance and solid gait. Click this link for more photos and a video! http://www.equinenow.com/horse-ad-1059309

Upcoming Shows and Events

June is absolutely stacked with clinics and special events! We have the Heart of Dixie Appaloosa Show, Tennessee Stock Horse Show, and our highly anticipated back-to-back Lynn Palm clinics! Make sure you’ve confirmed your registration and stalls for your horses if you’re participating in any of these events, and we can’t wait to see you!

June – Day to be announced

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Monthly Roping Series 

Contact: David McRae

Phone: 931-261-7402

June 3, 2017

HeartOfDixie
Heart of Dixie Appaloosa Show
2 Judge Breed Show
Contact: Beth Maher, Show Secretary
Phone: (256) 527-2617

June 10-11, 2017

TSHA
Tennessee Stock Horse Show 

July 2-4, 2017

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Music City Donkey Show 

June 22-25, 2017

Palm

Lynn Palm Clinic (Two clinics from June 22-23 and June 24-25)

Contact: Marie Lloyd

Phone: 931-619-0773

Auditors welcome for $25, plus $5 for parking. Bring a lawn chair! Her clinic sold out in ONE DAY! 

July 22, 2017

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Central Tennessee Ropers 

Contact: David McRae

Phone: 931-261-7402

July 29-30, 2017

NWCHAI

National Working Cow Horse Association Invitational

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – SPECTATORS WELCOME

Contact: Tracy

Phone: 615-543-0199

August 5-6, 2017

HeartOfDixie

Heart of Dixie Appaloosa Show

2 Judge Breed Show

Contact: Beth Maher, Show Secretary

Phone: 256-527-2617 

August 26, 2017

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Central Tennessee Ropers

Contact: David McRae

Phone: 931-261-7402

Sept 9-10, 2017

Dog agility
Zen Dog Versatility Sports Show 
Contact: Gregory Brasen
615-491-3919
Email:  Zendogsports@gmail.com

September 23, 2017

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Central Tennessee Ropers

Contact: David McRae

Phone: 931-261-7402

September 27 – October 1, 2017

Carol-Parelli-Logo

Parelli Clinic

John Baar, 5-Star Master Parelli Professional
Kathy Baar, 4-Star Senior Parelli Professional

Contact: Marie Lloyd

Phone: 931-619-0773

October 8-9, 2017

TSHA
Tennessee Stock Horse Show

October 14, 2017

Dog agility
Zen Dog Versatility Sports Show 
Contact: Gregory Brasen
615-491-3919
Email:  Zendogsports@gmail.com 

October 28, 2017

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Central Tennessee Ropers

Contact: David McRae

Phone: 931-261-7402

November 18, 2017

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Central Tennessee Ropers

Contact: David McRae

Phone: 931-261-7402

Comment Questions: Which events are you most excited about attending in June? Make sure to follow us on Facebook for the latest updates and information on any new events. As always, we love seeing your pictures and hearing your stories!

Group photos with horses are the best!

May Newsletter

Happy Memorial Day weekend from all of us, both two-legged and four-legged, at Clearview Horse Farm! This weekend marks the kickoff to summer vacation for many families – the kids are out of school, horse show season is in full swing, and it’s a long weekend to boot! But before we go racing off into the sunset, let’s recap the best moments from this past month.

Special Feature: Are you and your horses ready for summer?

If Memorial Day weekend is any indication, this summer is going to be a scorcher. Make sure you and your horse are ready to beat the heat with this short, sweet checklist.

Your Horse: Of course your horse is your first priority, so that’s where we’re starting our list. Spring, summer, and early fall are often the most active months for horses, from trail riding to shows and training, so a little prep work goes a long way to keeping your equines healthy and fit. Make sure your horse is up-to-date on vaccinations, any medications, Coggins test, and farrier work. Take your horse’s current level of fitness into account when planning your rides, and allow enough time to cool down your horse after a long or strenuous ride. Keep a close eye on your horse’s body condition, and don’t hesitate to consult your vet or trainer about adjusting his diet or supplementing with electrolytes if he’s working extra hard.

Yourself: The summer heat can be just as brutal, if not more so, on the rider, so make sure to take care of yourself too! It’s all too easy to get caught up in the enjoyment of your ride and forget about simple precautions like sunscreen and hydration. If at all possible, try to dodge the hottest parts of the day by riding in the morning or late afternoon, and keep plenty of water handy. Clothing choices can make a huge difference in your comfort, so check out shirts with UPF and breathable fabrics for training and trail rides. You can even find fingerless sun gloves to protect the backs of your hands, where people often forget to apply sunscreen. Oh, and don’t forget the cowboy hat!

Your Property: Does your horse love spending his/her days outside? If so, it’s even more important to keep a close watch on the amenities and fencing in your horse’s pasture. Water evaporates much more quickly in the middle of June and July, so check your horse’s water supply often, both in the pasture and in the barn. A shed, awning, or even a fast-growing horse-friendly shade tree will provide a welcome retreat from direct sunlight.

Your Gear: The last thing you want is for a strap or girth to fail in the middle of a ride, so check your bridles and saddles regularly to make sure the leather is in good repair. Lightweight or breathable saddle pads can help your horse stay cooler when wearing a heavy Western saddle. If you’re planning a day trip for a trail ride, consider carrying a spare halter or a lightweight saddlebag with extra water and sunscreen.

What do you think? Do you have a favorite summer prep tip to stay cool in the summer? Let us know in the comments or on our Facebook page!

Word in the Herd

Clearview Goes to the Renaissance Festival!

Arrington, Tennessee hosts the Tennessee Renaissance Festival in May, so we grabbed a bunch of friends, donned our best medieval costumes, and had a blast enjoying the crafts, food, and entertainment! They even have horse-mounted jousting!

We loved hanging out at the Renaissance Festival!

We loved hanging out at the Renaissance Festival!

We couldn’t talk Don into a costume, but he briefly posed as the Court Jester.

We like Don's new hat!

We like Don’s new hat!

Trail Riding at Percy Warner Park

We’re fortunate in Tennessee to have some fantastic, horse-friendly trails in city and state parks. Edwin and Percy Warner Parks, collectively dubbed “The Warner Parks,” span 2684 acres only 9 miles from downtown Nashville. We got some friends together and spent a wonderful day at Percy Warner Park on their horse trails.

Group photos with horses are the best!

Group photos with horses are the best!

We stopped for a picnic break, but of course the horses wanted to mooch some treats as well.

"Hey, so which snack is mine?"

“Hey, so which snack is mine?”

The wooded trails provided a welcome break from the sun and were absolutely stunning from horseback.

The horses loved these shady trails!

The horses loved these shady trails!

And we wrapped up a perfect day with delicious Thai food at Lemongrass.

Good friends, good food, what else could you possibly want?

Good friends, good food, what else could you possibly want?

Tales of Hay Bales

This is the time of year when we bust out our hay baler and harvest hay for our horses and mules. We recently spent the day in the hayfield, and at first everything was going well. Unfortunately we tempted fate by saying as much, because then baler played up, farted, and spent the next three rows hiccuping along.

Check out those lovely hay bales!

Check out those lovely hay bales!

At the end of the day, we still got our hay, but the moral of the story is to not tempt fate with a mind-reading hay baler!

We can think of a few horses and mules that will love this hay!

We can think of a few horses and mules that will love this hay!

Arena Reports

Corona’s Texas Road Trip!

Corona recently got to go on a road trip to Fort Worth, Texas for the AQHA Wild Rag Cattle Classic. He teamed up with Mozaun McKibben and went straight to the top in his ranch riding class.

See who's at the top of the rankings? That's our boy Corona!

See who’s at the top of the rankings? That’s our boy Corona!

Sounds like things are going great. We want to send a huge thanks to Mr. McKibben for taking such great care of Corona, and congrats on the win!

Those two are looking good!

Those two are looking good!

Ponies of America Show

We always love hosting shows for Ponies of America, as it’s open to all breeds and brings together so many different horses, ponies, and riders of all ages. Our show barn was packed with gorgeous ponies.

Check out that show barn of ponies!

Check out that show barn of ponies!

We loved watching and cheering on the younger riders.

How adorable are these youth riders and their ponies?

How adorable are these youth riders and their ponies?

Thank you to Ponies of America and everyone who worked to make this show such a successful event!

Thanks to everyone who made the show a success!

Thanks to everyone who made the show a success!

Equines and Services for Sale

Corona Extra Chex Stud Service – $850

Charlie personally trained Corona, and it shows in his performance in the show ring and amazing personality! Credit: Kathy Ziegler Photography

Charlie personally trained Corona, and it shows in his performance in the show ring and amazing personality!
Credit: Kathy Ziegler Photography

Corona Extra Chex, son of Nu Chex to Cash, will resume his stud services when he returns from his road trip, and you could not ask for a more personable stallion to sire your next foal. He’s extremely “honest,” in that you never have to worry about guessing his moods before a show or change classes at the last minute. And when he’s not cleaning house in the show ring or training, he has a gelding as a pasture buddy, enjoys his leisure time, and gets along great with other horses on trail rides. In fact, he’s so laid back that people who have never met him are often shocked to learn that he’s a stallion!

Agatha, 13 year old Champion Quarter Molly, Nasma, Showing, Trail and Parade Mule – $8,000

Agatha is a Western dressage champion and top-notch trail mount!

Agatha is a Western dressage champion and top-notch trail mount!

Agatha (15.2h) is a stunning and talented all-around mule and a Western Dressage Champion. She is push button, she can side pass, lopes on the correct lead, you name it Agatha can do it. She is first to the gate and loads/bathes/clips/farrier easily. A true professional, she is subtle and light to ride. She has a beautiful lope and a comfortable trot trained with leg cues and voice commands. She neck reins and can even do a gentle reining pattern with slow and accurate spins!  She rides out alone fine, but she gets on well with others. For some reason she is low on the totem pole in the field with other horses, as she is last in line to eat. She loves to be out trail riding and has also shown in the stock mule shows and won in trail, pleasure classes, and reining with a simple flying change. As an added bonus, she also has plenty of experience riding English.

Diego, 5 year old gaited flashy TWH gelding – $2500 OBO

Diego is a flashy, sure-footed trail horse perfect for an advanced beginner!

Diego is a flashy, sure-footed trail horse perfect for an advanced beginner!

Diego is a 14.2 hand chestnut and white spotted TWH gelding, solid broke and fun trail horse for the advanced beginner rider! We have taken him trail riding numerous amounts of times. He will lead or follow and also rides out on his own just fine. His gait is as smooth as silk and will go all day long, anywhere you point he will go. He is sure-footed and will go through water, over logs, and over bridges. He is up to date on all shots, vaccinations, and Coggins and good for the farrier. The only reason for sale is we are reducing stock, so Diego is ready and eagerly looking for his next trail buddy! He does well at all the local fun shows due to his eye catching appearance and solid gait. Click this link for more photos and a video! http://www.equinenow.com/horse-ad-1059309  

Pete Snow (“Alias Royal Snow”), 8 Year Old Registered Appaloosa Gelding – $7000

Pete is versatile, gentle, and as steady as they come for trails and ranch pleasure.

Pete is versatile, gentle, and as steady as they come for trails and ranch pleasure.

For anyone who’s a fan of our Appaloosa Hollywood, we’re pleased to announce that his brother, Alias Royal Snow, is for sale! Pete is a delight to ride and as honest as they come. A true gentleman, he is laidback, gentle, and extremely friendly. He would not be suitable for games, barrels, or poles as he is not fast by nature. But for anyone looking for a steady, mature mount, he is well-trained and will take excellent care of his rider on the trails and in trail competitions.

Check out the video link below to see how steady Pete is on Clearview’s trail course and in the show ring.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5lWbrfo3Ns

Tinker Belle – $2500 OBO

Tinker Belle wants to be someone's perfect pony!

Tinker Belle wants to be someone’s perfect pony!

Tinker Belle is an 8 year old POA-registered pony, 55 inches, ideal for a child or small adult. She’s got a gentle, patient temperament and is great for games, poles, barrel racing, and trail riding. She shows great potential in pole bending with natural lead changes. Tinker Belle has been ridden by a retired judge on the trails these past 4 years. Consequently she is happy and laid back. With just a bit of games training, she could make some kid a great pony for games or a wonderful trail horse for a small adult. She is steady, easy, broke, sound, and needs a good home. Check out the video below to see her natural talent for pole bending!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqoQ7PM5sFk

Upcoming Shows and Events

We’ve got a packed schedule for June, starting with the Heart of Dixie Appaloosa Show this weekend and ending with the Tennessee Stock Horse Show and Clinic. As a special treat, we want to invite everyone to watch our Rally for the Rescues challenge and see how professional trainers have re-trained rescue horses. You can even bid on your favorite in an auction and then work with the trainer to learn all about your new best friend.

Heart of Dixie Appaloosa Show

AppDixie

June 6th – 7th

Contact: Beth Maher, Show Secretary

Phone: 256-527-2617

The Heart of Dixie Appaloosa Horse Club knows how to host an excellent show, and this year’s show has plenty of classes to appeal to multiple ages and experience levels. Watch this space for more details!

Rally for the Rescues Trainers’ Challenge

RallyRescues

June 17th-19th

More information: http://rallyfortherescuestn.com/

Several pre-qualified trainers will have had 90 days to re-train a rescue Horse. Watch them compete for high stakes, and then you can partake in the auction to give a new life to one of those lucky rescue horses featured in the challenge. Then spend time on Sunday with your new horse and the trainer that trained him/her to get your new lives together off to the best possible start! Bring your horse for the weekend and ride alongside some wonderful clinicians, or just audit for the day. Enjoy music, supper, events, and crafts.

Tennessee Stock Horse Show and Clinic

TSHA

June 25th-26th

Contact: Jessica.Schultz@mtsu.edu

All breeds and experience levels are welcome at the Tennessee Stock Horse Show!

We look forward to many more rides, shows, and special events this summer! We’re booking new events all the time, so stay tuned to our Facebook page for more information!

Comment Questions: Have you visited the farm recently for a trail ride or competed at a show? We would love to hear your stories and see your photos in the comments!

 

Mama and Baby Slide are quite the stunning pair!

May Newsletter

We’re coming up on the end of May, and that means summer is just around the corner! We hope everyone had a wonderful end of the school year (for those of you with kids) and a fantastic Memorial Day weekend. We’ve certainly stayed busy around the farm, so here’s just a glimpse of the highlights!

Special Feature – Baby Slide is growing up fast!

Remember that gangly little newborn foal from a few short weeks ago? Well, Baby Slide is growing by leaps and bounds, and at just over a month old, she’s already turning into a stunner just like her mama!

It’s amazing how quickly they fill out in such a short time. Here’s Baby Slide at one day:

Now that's what we want to see! Healthy baby, healthy mama, and healthy appetite!

Now that’s what we want to see! Healthy baby, healthy mama, and healthy appetite!

And now at one month:

Mama and Baby Slide are quite the stunning pair!

Mama and Baby Slide are quite the stunning pair! Like the photo? Check out the next section to learn more about the photographer!

They love hanging out in the fields now and come up to the fence to greet friendly faces.

She has no problem keeping up with her mom now!

She has no problem keeping up with her mom now!

Word in the Herd

Memorial Day Weekend Photography

We had plenty of visitors, bed and breakfasts guests, and regulars over Memorial Day weekend, including one very talented photographer! We were delighted to have Jennifer Raddatz visit and spend the weekend wandering the farm taking photos. She was kind enough to share a few of her favorites. If you like her work, be sure to check out her Facebook page – JLR Photography-I Said Cheese.

Bug poses for the camera.

Bug poses for the camera.

The farm looks gorgeous in black and white:

Driving up the entryway in shades of greyscale.

Driving up the entryway in shades of greyscale.

And this final photo perfectly captures the relationship between human and horse:

Gorgeous silhouette of a horse and her human.

Gorgeous silhouette of a horse and her human.

Got Hay?

For those of you living on farms, this is the time of year when you’re probably harvesting and baling hay. But if you don’t own your own baling equipment and want to save money on labor costs, Clearview owns both a round and a square hay baler. We frequently partner with other land owners who want their land tidied or don’t need all of the hay bales. In exchange for a share of the hay, we’ll harvest and bale it for free! Feel free to contact us via the website, Facebook, or phone if you’ve got more hay than you need. We use it to feed our rescue horses and regular riding horses.

Don't let your extra hay go to waste! We use it to feed our rescue horses!

Don’t let your extra hay go to waste! We use it to feed our rescue horses!

Speaking of rescue horses, we’ve got an update on Miracle and Tiara!

Remember Miracle, the half-starved Haflinger who still loved attention?

Miracle gratefully accepts all the love we can give her after her rough start in life.

Miracle gratefully accepts all the love we can give her after her rough start in life.

Well you would hardly recognize her now!

What a difference a healthy diet makes!

What a difference a healthy diet makes!

Miracle is quickly filling out and making friends with the farm’s jennets. She’s also starting on some basic ground work and doing really well!

And now let’s check on Tiara, the sassy Appaloosa mare who was recently measured for POA registration.

Tiara has plenty of personality and is making an excellent recovery!

Tiara has plenty of personality and is making an excellent recovery!

She now rules in her field and is also gaining weight and filling out.

Can you believe this is the same mare?

Can you believe this is the same mare?

Both mares have more progress to make, but we’re delighted with how they are recovering and will keep bringing you more updates on their health and training.

Arena Reports

AQHA Lucky 7 Show

We had a great time in Murfreesboro May 6-7th for the American Quarter Horse Association Lucky 7 Show. We brought six horses, including Corona Extra Chex, Reno, Magic (aka, I’m a Majestic Leaguer), and newcomer George.

Inside the show ring

Inside the show ring

Don Charest showed George in the green pleasure class out of a group of 34 entries.

Don (left) and George (right) are ready for the green pleasure classes!

Don (left) and George (right) are ready for the green pleasure classes!

We spent some downtime checking out the grounds, shopping, and helping out in the hospitality tent for lunch.

Pizza is served!

Pizza is served!

And Marie celebrated her birthday in the most appropriate manner – on horseback! She and Reno won a circuit championship in Western reining and the high point trophy in both reining and ranch riding.

Happy birthday, Marie! And congratulations to you and Reno!

Happy birthday, Marie! And congratulations to you and Reno!

And Corona won the Open Reining with Josh Foster, who’s now part-time assistant trainer to Don. Overall, it was a fantastic show for Team Clearview!

Reno's hard-won high point trophy.

Reno’s hard-won high point trophy.

Carol Coppinger Parelli Super Clinic

We were thrilled to have Carol Coppinger share her expertise in the Parelli Natural Horsemanship Program in a weeklong clinic. Plenty of horse owners came out to learn new techniques and methods for training their horses, and judging from the photos, everyone had a blast!

Clinic attendees work with their horses along with Carol Coppinger.

Clinic attendees work with their horses along with Carol Coppinger.

For more information on Carol Coppinger and Parelli Natural Horsemanship, check out her website.

Everyone enjoyed the weeklong Parelli clinic!

Everyone enjoyed the weeklong Parelli clinic!

Clinics also sometimes provide a sort of matchmaking service between horses and their new owners, as you’ll see in the next section…

Equines and Services for Sale

Glowing Assets – SOLD!

Glow and Tony, about to leave for Pennsylvania.

Glow and Tony, about to leave for Pennsylvania.

Cindy, one of the attendees of the Coppinger Clinic, leased Glowing Assets for the week and did a wonderful job. Over the course of the clinic, she also ended up introducing him to his new owner Tony! Glow now has a new home with Tony and his family in Pennsylvania, and we could not be happier for everyone!

Hawkeye – SOLD (Update!)

We also recently sold one of our mules, and Hawkeye’s new mom just sent us this photo while on a trail ride. Excellent picture! Glad to see that everyone is getting along!

Looks like a fun trail ride!

Looks like a fun trail ride!

Tinker Belle – $2500 OBO

Tinker Belle has no issues with water!

Tinker Belle has no issues with water!

Tinker Belle is an 8 year old POA-registered pony ideal for a child or small adult. She’s got a sweet, patient temperament and is great for games, poles, barrel racing, and trail riding. She has also showed excellently in recent POA shows and has the potential to succeed in just about any discipline you want!

Corona Extra Chex Stud Service – $850

Contact us today to make an appointment to meet Corona!

Contact us today to make an appointment to meet Corona!

Here’s also a friendly reminder that Charlie Hutton’s all-star Palomino stallion Corona is available for stud service at Clearview. We just saw Corona win a circuit championship at the AQHA Lucky 7 Show, and he can pass along plenty of intelligence and potential to your foals. If you want the benefits of a stellar bloodline and the expertise of Charlie Hutton, world-renowned breeder and trainer, contact Clearview today to come meet Corona!

Upcoming Shows and Events

June is shaping up to be an exciting month! We’re closing out May with a Western Mounted Shooters clinic and then hosting events for Appaloosa and Stock Horse enthusiasts. Whatever your riding discipline, we’ve got an event for you! See the contact information and links below for more information.

May 30-31

Western Mounted Shooters

Contact: Darren

Phone: 931-632-0408

June 6-7

Heart of Dixie Appaloosa Show

Contact: Danny Davis, President

Phone: 931-478-1004

Showbill

June 13

Amanda Johnson Walker Clinic

More information

June 13-14

TSHA Clinic and Show

More information

That’s all for this month! Stay tuned for our next newsletter at the end of June!

Comment Questions: Are you attending any of the clinics or shows at Clearview in June? Let us know your plans and any upcoming horse-related vacations in the comments below! And as always, follow us on Facebook or visit our website for more information on our horses and to schedule trail rides or lessons.