About White Fawn Farm

We deliver individualized equine therapeutic sessions. White Fawn Farm is a tranquil location,
a place of peace and restoration, helping to eliminate fears and deliver healing.

Learn About the Farm

Read about the history of the farm and it’s founders.
Learn more about the services and benefits of Equine Therapy.

Picture of the horses

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No matter the size – all donations can lead to something big and make a difference in the life of a guest.

Join Us By Volunteering

There are many ways to help on the farm. Take a look at the many opportunities you have to help!

Meet the Horses

The original four horses in our herd were all transplanted from California to middle Tennessee in November of 2011. Their stories are highlighted below.

Makayla

This is Makayla. We purchased Makayla from a Welsh Cob breeder, Goldhills, in central California. She is a section D Welsh Cob. She was the first horse in our herd to start our equestrian therapeutic activities in the area of carriage driving.

Cash

Cash is a gentle giant. He is a Percheron-paint mix whose color has changed over time from a classic Paint horse to almost completely white. Cash has the sweetest disposition. He is calm, gentle and very affectionate.

Mic

Mic is from the same breeder as his half sister, Makayla.  He too was from the Goldhills Welsh Breeders.  At a very young age he won the distinguished award as the Supreme Champion of the Welsh Pony & Cob Society of America.

Tootsie

“Best pony ever!” That’s what people say about her. Tootsie is a mixed-Shetland pony who was loaned to Spirit Oaks Ranch by a friend and carriage driving trainer. Ponies are known for being stubborn but she has a proven track record of staying calm under otherwise stressful circumstances.

Events at the Farm

There are currently no scheduled events.

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