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Freedom Farm

11500 Ferman Ave. SW

Waverly, MN 55390


Our Mission:

Freedom Farm enriches lives by partnering with the unique attributes of the horse to improve mobility, build confidence and encourage personal growth in children and adults with physical, mental & emotional challenges.


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Freedom Farm Rider Information 

Freedom Farm serves individuals with a variety of diagnoses including; cerebral palsy, autism, down syndrome, developmental delays and PTSD. Riders come for many different reasons and the benefits vary for each rider.

Through the horse, riders - many for the first time - discover a sense of independence and freedom. 

  • Some have never been able to sit up on their own
  • Some have never spoken
  • Some have a hard time understanding and managing their feelings
  • Some have muscles that are so tight, it limits their independence

Therapeutic riding utilizes the unique attributes of the horse to:

  • build confidence and self esteem
  • improve posture and coordination
  • exercise and strengthen weak muscles
  • teach "being in the moment" of total concentration
  • improve balance and body awareness
  • create a sense of accomplishment


2019 Dates
Spring Session (7 weeks) April 8 - May 23
Summer A Session (6 weeks) June 10 - July 18 (No Classes July 4)
Summer B Session (4 weeks) July 29 - August 22
Fall Session September 23 - October 31

Winter Session         -  Call for details (952-955-2505)

Prospective participants expressing interest in the program need to call the center for a phone interview.  Forms will need to be completed and reviewed.  Once accepted, the rider is placed in the next available session.

Please contact Freedom Farm with any questions.


2019 Forms  -  Complete Rider Packet, including Participant Application and Physician Statement


Lauren Wisegarver, a Freedom Farm Rider, earned the 2013 PATH Int YOUTH EQUESTRIAN of the Year award!  The Wisegarver family joined us in Orlando for Lauren's big night as she accepted her award as the PATH INT Youth Equestrian of the Year for 2013.

Lauren gave an inspiring acceptance speech, pictured here with PATH CEO Kay Marsh Green and PATH President Jody Enget.