Everyone loves a nice place for their horses but the best barns are on another level, one where the facility is not only beautiful but designed in such a way that it helps keeps horses health, happy and safe, while making management easy.
The Barn at Mountain View Farm, located in beautiful Northeast Tennessee in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, is one such place. The premier state-of-the-art equestrian facility features 15 large and comfortable stalls. Thoughtfully designed, it takes the well-being and safety of its equine residents, as well as its riders, to heart.
Gorgeous wooded stalls feature black wrought iron gates and windows, as well as stunning chandeliers, that decorate the entryway. No doubt about it, both you and your horses will love spending time at The Barn.
Mountain View Farm offers customized, full-service programs for horses and riders and Head Trainer, Sue Glover, an accomplished equestrian, is more than happy to work with both. Sue has participated in local horse shows as a trainer and coach for more than three decades and has coached all levels of hunters, jumpers, and equitation.
Sue is certified at the highest level of the American Riding Instructors Association (ARIA), is director at large for the American National Riding Commission (ANRC) and is a test administrator for the ARIA. Throughout her career she has also been affiliated with the United States Hunter Jumper Association, East Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association, Middle Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association, Georgia Hunter Jumper Association, United States Pony Club and 4-H.