We’ve made some recent additions to the most enjoyable horse riding spot in central Alabama. Here at Shel-Clair, I’m always looking for interesting farming opportunities.
With more pasture space, we can accommodate 8 more horses. Total, we have at least 100 acres of pasture . . . read more and watch the video
Photographer Mary Katherine Morris came out to our farm and found it a photographer’s oasis. So impressed, she submitted an article to Equitrekking, a travel website and company for horse enthusiasts.
She’s not the only photographer finding our farm suitable for making picture memories. We’ve had . . . read more
We invite you to join us on April 30 for a benefit ride for the family of Christopher Bentley.
The date is April 30 and the ride starts at 2 pm. But you can stay until dark. Invite your friends. This is being arranged by the friends of the family. Christopher Bentley died . . . read more and watch the video
Alabama Farmers Federation Gives Photo Award to ShelClair Farms
On March 20, the Alabama Farmers Federation Facebook page shared the winning photo in a recent contest. We’re so pleased our peaceful and scenic horse home had the right look for the winning photo. You will see the sunsets/sunrises on our farm are spectacular. But we have woods, mountains, pastures and other scenes
for the eye to enjoy as you ride your equine friend.
Some photographers are choosing . . . read more
Announcing our future addition of primitive camping. We recognized an absence of places to spend the night for horse riders who travel through Alabama. If you travel Highway 231 or Highway 280, you’ll soon have a place to spend the night as you go to riding grounds. We’ve heard that horse riders from Tennessee . . . read more and watch the video
For the second time this year, news media have featured our beautiful farms and our endeavors. This time, Becca Salamone asks about our farming history, our horse riding/boarding services and Thoughts from the Tractor Seat.
We discuss prices for day rides and many more topics. It’s only thirty minutes. . . . read more and watch the video
We had about 23 riders who came out to ride for a cause. Another 17 came out during the lunch to support the cause.
We’re getting media attention as word is spreading about our activities and peaceful horse riding farm.
Our friends boarding and riding with us already know the special peacefulness at our farms.