Established in 1992, Innisfree Farm is a family-oriented Equestrian facility located in beautiful Williamsport, TN. The farm is home to various breeds of horses that our family loves and cares for. Through boarding, training, riding instruction and trail riding in multiple disciplines, we are here to share the love and knowledge of horsemanship with our community.
Innisfree Mule Day Camp
March 30th-April 3rd
Optional Mule Day Parade Float Participants, Saturday April 4th
We are offering a full week of equestrian fun for kids ages 7 to 16 during spring break in Maury County this year! Each day campers will learn about horsemanship, riding skills, grooming, tacking, horse anatomy, and many other skills.
Innisfree Horsemanship Camp
We are offering a full week of equestrian fun for kids ages 5 to 18 during the summer of 2020! Each day, campers will learn about horsemanship, riding skills, grooming, tacking, horse anatomy, and many other skills...
Innisfree Adult Horse Camp
May 16th-17th & June 13th-14th
We are offering a group riding experience for adults only! Come join us for an evening of basic horsemanship and horseback riding skills, leading up to a 2 hour trail ride the following day...
Come spend your afternoon enjoying the outdoors on horseback with Heather as your trail guide!
Note: Student evaluation required for trail riding.
My passion for horses was passed down from my mother, Ann Mullen. I started riding English because that was the only way I could show the one horse that 4 of us shared. That spiraled into years of showing with 4H and Pony Club all over the mid-south. From trail class to open jumping I found myself just wanting to do anything I could on the back of a horse.
I became certified through CHA at the age of 19, but started teaching even earlier. I had the pleasure of teaching and learning alongside my mother, who is a master CHA instructor. I spent 3 seasons as a groom/trainer with Mooreland Hunt. I grew a lot as en equine manager through nutrition, conditioning, and overall maintenance of 20 horses. Years later I was an exercise jockey for Shannon Acres Stables training young horses and exercising Thoroughbreds for the racetrack. This experience taught me how to listen to the horse and gave me great confidence as a rider.
Working at Saddle Up was one of my greatest experiences managing horses. Finding potential horses to help children with disabilities have a good and safe riding experience was insightful. I served as the Farm and Equine director for 4 years bringing on new horses, training new and existing horses, running 300-400 volunteers, caring for the farm property, helping to write grants, mentoring people of all ages that wanted to learn more about horses, and helping the riders gain confidence and build a relationship with their given lesson horse.
Now I have the amazing opportunity to own and operate my own farm with my family. I'm looking forward to many more years of sharing love an knowledge of horses with my community!