Located at the confluence of the Robinson and Rapidan Rivers in Culpeper County, Horseshoe Farm encompasses a rich history that unfolded there, including a Greek Revival house built in the 1850’s. Sheldon Clark, the owner, worked with the Virginia Outdoors Foundation to conserve the 761-acre farm in 2021.

“Conservation of land and history for future generations is important to me, and conservation was the goal from the moment I bought Horseshoe Farm,” said Mr. Clark. The conservation easement protects three miles of river frontage, valuable wildlife habitat and 450 acres of prime farm soils.

Mr. Clark also has conserved about 3,000 acres nearby on Clark Mountain in Orange County over the past 20 years with the Virginia Outdoors Foundation. 

Sheldon Clark, Horseshoe Farm, Culpeper County VA