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Welcome to Rising Glory Farm

 

84 acres located in Middle Tennessee, approximately 1 hour south of Nashville on the outskirts of Lewisburg in the peaceful community of Berlin.  40 acres are dedicated to the RGF breeding and raising of sound natural versatility Tennessee Walking Horses.   44 more acres are dedicated to the enjoyment of our customers where they can ride their horses around our hay fields and through the woods.  The farm also has a fully stocked pond where folks can grab a bucket and pole and sit by the pond fishing for bass and blue gill.  Please spend some time looking through our website and learning more about "Rising Glory Farm"

Philippians 4:20 Now to God and our Father be glory for ever and ever.   Amen.

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Rising Glory Farm, a Full Service Riding Facility

  • Located about five miles northwest of Lewisburg, TN, on Highway 431-N
  • A full service riding facility.
  • Elegant show barn completed in January of 2001
  • Perfect setting for TWHBEA Versatility competitors
  • Breed & raise horses to have fun with on the trail, participate in versatility events, & in the show ring.
  • The farm consists of eighty-four acres, fenced and cross fenced
  • Areas for broodmares, hayfields, turnout for stalled horses, as well as a one-acre lake .
  • The showpiece of the estate is the training barn.
  • On site apartment accomodations, RV hookups also available
  • Perfect for the traveler to overnight board their horse and relax in a country atmosphere.

 

When Mac's Rising Rebel achieved his Supreme Versatility title, Ida Marie's original vision was verified in the big tobiano's crowning achievement. In 2005, however, the focus of Rising Glory shifted from training facility to boarding barn. In an area where each five acre farm seems to have a pair of horses on it, what is the function of a boarding barn in the area? Quite multidimensional, in fact. Farm manager Chris Carlough sums it up succinctly:

"Our mission here is to enhance the relationship between horse and owner, to create an environment where people can enjoy their horses" . He continues, "They can ride horses inside the arena, or on the forty acres devoted to riders. They can picnic by the barn or pond. They can fish in the one acre pond loaded with blue gill and bass. Rising Glory aims to be a facility that the entire family can enjoy, whether they ride a lot, a little or not at all."

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Trail Obstacle Clinic, our upcoming clinic November 19 with Sam Powell, will introduce you to the basics.

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Horse Trails TWRA & NPS Managed TWRA and National Park Service offer horse trails in Tennessee, and we have included maps.

Accomodations RV Hookups and Apartment Making traveling easier for the horse owner, we offer RV hookups and an apartment in the stable.

Group & Bus Tours Demonstrations and Cookouts Group tours are welcome.  Call us to make arrangements so we can be included on your next tour.

Working Farm Raising our own hay As a working farm, we bale our own hay for feed in the stables, and take pride in what we do.