White Stables was purchased in August 2014 by the White family of West Knoxville in their search of land and optimal conditions for their four horses that were then boarded at a local training barn. They purchased the property with the goal of maintaining and enhancing the stone and stucco barn and 40 acres of pastures now and for future generations as an equestrian center of the highest standards. Pascale White has overseen operations and management since the stables' purchase, and Sydney White, one of her four children is at the barn throughout the week for hands-on daily operations, including leading lessons and trailrides. The stables' main emphasis includes premier boarding, training, trail riding, lessons, amd equine related community events.
Sydney White started competitively riding in 2013 at the age of 11. She has shown her bay country pleasure gelding, A Chiefs Ransom, in various class A and regional shows throughout region 12 and 15 of the Arabian circuit. Though no longer showing in Arabian competition, she enjoys riding year round on the trails as well as advancing her flatwork and jumping both in and out of the arena. Sydney is pursuing her interest in eventing with Miss Darcy, a bay Georgian Grande.
Pascale's parents, Madelaine and Joseph Cavegn, are also enthusiastic and involved with the barn business and have enjoyed the nostaligia inspired by the barn that is reminiscent of childhoods growing up in their rural, farming villages in the canton of Graubünden/Grisons, Switzerland.