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Freedom Farm

11500 Ferman Ave. SW

Waverly, MN 55390


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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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Volunteer Training


Upcoming Dates

Monday, March 20 at 5-7pm

Wednesday, March 22 at 5-7pm

Thursday, March 23 at 4-6pm

Monday, March 27 at 6-8pm

Tuesday, March 28 at 9-11am

Please call (952-955-2505) or email ( to get your name on the list!

If you missed Volunteer Training, please call so we can arrange a training session for you.

VOLUNTEER FORMS 2017 Please download, complete & bring to training.


Books in the Barn


Upcoming Dates

June 26, 27, and 28

July 17, 18, and 19

August 14, 15, and 16


'Books in the Barn' is a mini day camp geared toward improving reading skills using books focused on horses and learning about horses with some hands on experience.

To sign up for 'Books in the Barn' please
call: 952-955-2505


Freedom Farm Polo Event Fundraiser


Date: Saturday, September 9th

Location: Blackberg Ranch, Watertown, MN

General Admission: $10 or children 10 years and younger are free


To reserve your VIP tent, become an event sponsor, or to donate a big ticket item please contact Freedom Farm at:

Call: 952.955.2505





Support Freedom Farm at our 10th annual Polo Event!

What a HUGE blessing to have 10 years of support with sponsors, donors, attendees, and volunteers at this show-stopping event held every year at the grand Blackberg Ranch. This year's event will be as breathtaking as ever with the main event Polo Match along with a half-time live auction, divot stomp, and hat contest (for both youth and adults) and during the day there will be pony rides, face-painting, kids crafts, photo booth, carriage rides, raffle and later mix and mingle with professional polo players.


Polo You Say?

Imagine; thundering hooves whipping down a grassy field, athletic riders strategically maneuvering their mounts around and between other horses while at the same time keeping their polo mallet at ready to strike the small white ball that is their ticket to victory. Meanwhile, at the sidelines, spectators, dressed in everything from formal attire to flip-flops and tees, are anticipating every move and cheering on their most loved team.

Polo is played on a 300 by 160 yeard grass field with a goal on each end. Riders, on two teams, attempt to hit a small white ball while on horseback, with a polo mallet, from one teammate to the another or into their goal. Competitive polo matches can be found in more than 80 countries and is viewed by more than 50 million people each year. Argentina, Australia, Brazil, and Great Britain are among the the top Countries that host matches, bringing in crowds that contend those of other professional sporting events in the United States. While polo is thought to be thousands of years old, it first entered the United States in 1876 via American Publisher James Gordon Bennett.