We’re proud to be a local, family -owned business in the Toowoomba Racing Community. We love calling the gorgeous Darling Downs home and take pride in being part of the Toowoomba culture. There’s no place like home when it’s this beautiful! Our community work includes being an active part of the Toowoomba thoroughbred racing community and the Toowoomba lifestyle.
Racing industry and community sponsorships
Clear Mountain Fairview sponsors a number of regional race clubs, iconic racing events, local shows and schools through donations of our services and/or products and includes:
- Birdsville Race Club
- Clifton Show Society
- Corfield Race Club
- Cure Brain Cancer
- Dalby & Northern Downs Jockey Club
- Darling Downs Show Jumping Championships
- Greenmount State School P&C
- Kilcoy Race Club
- Ronald McDonald House
- The Glennie School Foundation
- The Glennie School
Work experience opportunities for young people
Clear Mountain Fairview supports work experience from high school students through to vet students in their final year of completing their university degree.
Our aim is to assist with industry participation and education.
Learn more about the team at our stud farm. (link to about us)
We recently had work experience students from the following learning institutions;
- Clifton State High School
- Downlands College
- James Cook University (JCU)
- Southern Queensland Institute of TAFE
- St. Joesph’s College
- University of Queensland (UQ)
Our local community – Greenmount & surrounds
Clear Mountain Fairview offers their horse manure and horse shoes to the community at no charge.
Clear Mountain Fairview has also donated manure to the Greenmount Community Garden where members of the community grow and sell produce to raise money for the Greenmount Memorial Hall.
The Greenmount community were severely affected by the 2011 floods including the Greenmount Memorial Hall which is a thread key in our community’s social fabric.
Clear Mountain Fairview organised and sponsored a country music concert which raised much-needed funds for the Greenmount Memorial Hall.