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.

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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.

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Join Us By Volunteering

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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“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.

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