Family-Friendly Benefit for Senior Horses

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This family-friendly event benefits a local non profit dedicated to helping senior horses and features local works of art going up for auction.

Being in Tennessee, it’s natural for most of us to have a love of horses. We love seeing them frolic on the hills, graze in the pastures and, when we can, take a nice stroll on one. But, as horses get older, they loose a bit of that attention. However, that’s not the case with the non profit, Ferrell Hollow Farm Senior Horse Sanctuary in Readyville. Ferrell Hollow Farm’s mission is to advocate and care for special needs senior horses in need of a sanctuary setting, that are not afforded adequate care and would be considered at risk of neglect or abuse, if left in their current situation.

You Can Help, Too!

Show your family how the community comes together to help these four-legged friends during the 2nd Annual HeARTS for Horses Art Auction and Fundraiser. On Sunday, March 19, local renowned artists will have their donated works of art up for auction. I, myself, have two paintings up for auction as well. There will be live music, adult beverages, snacks and a food truck, too! You can also visit with the artists and ask questions about their work. A representative from the farm will be on site, too, to tell the story of the farm and show pictures of the current resident horses.

Where Does it Happen?

It takes place from 12 – 5 p.m. at Mayday Brewery (521 Old Salem Road, Murfreesboro).

Learn more about the event and see a preview of what’s up for the auction at

Kiera Ashford is associate editor of Nashville Parent and mother of three.

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