Proud Member & Supporter of the Following Organizations:
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FPSNA is North America's only active non-profit organization seeking to promote and support the Fell Pony! From 2007-2010, Melissa served as the Promotions Director of FPSNA, returning in 2014 with the additional role of FPSNA Vice Chairman.  In mid-2015, she began to serve in the capacity of Chairman for the association, to present day.
Fell Pony Society Link
About The Farm
Dream Hayven Farm is located in the beautiful Upper Cumberland region of Tennessee, on acreage that is especially suited to raising Fell Ponies. There are hills, valleys, forests & streams in the fields that the herd roams freely all year. This environment closely mirrors the Fell environment of northern England, the homeland of all Fell Ponies, and ensures that the heritage traits so inherent in this breed will continue to survive in the Dream Hayven prefix.
The farm includes two large barns (one for livestock and one for storage of hay & equipment), a large corral for the safe training of young stock, an outdoor arena, and a newly constructed maternity barn and birthing stall. Natural trails abound in the area. 
The first thing you see when arriving at Dream Hayven
Background & Qualifications
My name is Melissa Kreuzer, and I am the owner of Dream Hayven Farm, LLC. I have been breeding, raising and training Fell Ponies exclusively for nearly a decade.  Prior to discovering the Fell Pony, I earned my degree in AgriBusiness with an Equine Management major.  I spent several years working professionally in the equine industry prior to beginning my own farm. Managing Dream Hayven is my full time job.
The proper stewardship of the Fell Pony is of the utmost importance to me, which includes sharing this rare English treasure with as many people as possible!
As often as feasible, I visit the birthplace of the breed in Cumbria, England, where I have been able to learn from and network with owners, trainers and breeders of these special ponies.  In that regard, my sincere appreciation and respect go out to the handful of English breeders who have devoted their own lives to preserving and continuing the breed as it has existed for generations. 

Pictured at right is Melissa in 2014, photo credit Belinda Bo Couch.
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My interest in conservation is not limited to Fell Ponies.  Red Pandas are another endangered species struggling with the loss of their natural habitat.  I am a proud supporter of the Red Panda Network.