Promoting the Humane & Responsible Treatment of Horses
Serenity's Mission is multi-faceted. It includes rescue, rehabilitation, education and healing.
Our foremost goal is to help rehabilitate, care for and place our rescued horses into loving homes. We are passionate about providing a natural and focused care plan for each of our resident equines.
We are also committed to supporting the equine community through our Education Center clinics and courses.
We believe that the relationship between humans and horses is a very special one. Many of our volunteers and others have experienced a special gift of healing when working or visiting the farm. You can read more about Horses as Healers on our Events and Programs page.
Horse of the Month - Keona
Check out our new page featuring one of our beautiful adoptable horses, Keona. Horse of the Month
Serenity has been chosen by our community as one of the Great Nonprofits for 2014. You can read our reviews on Great Nonprofits. Receiving this award is very important when organizations are reviewing our grant proposals.
A big Thank You to our supporters for writing a review for us.
Serenity's horses depend on the tax-deductible contributions of our wonderful donors - we depend entirely on private donations and the occasional grant to continue our mission. Donate today - your dollars go directly to feeding and caring for the horses! Go to our Donate page to learn about how many ways you can help the horses at Serenity.
Volunteer with Serenity!
We need reliable, regular volunteers around the farm! If you are interested in helping out please contact Serenity at email@example.com.
Orientations are held most Saturdays of each month at 10am. These orientations last for about 45 minutes and volunteers are encouraged to stay and work after the orientation. Please visit our Volunteer page for more information.
Helping Horses in our Community
Read the story of this starved mare on our Our Work page.
Education Center News
Horsemanship Classes at Serenity
This series of 2 hour classes will start Saturday, March 14. Classes run from 11:30am to 1:30pm. Coffee, tea, and other refreshments are available. Feel free to bring a bag lunch!
Horse Anatomy - March 14
We will learn about basic anatomy and physiology so you can establish a baseline for your horse, and can tell when things aren't right.
Nutrition - March 21
Building on the previous week's lesson, this class will take a look at optimal nutrition for horses. types of foods and supplements, behavioral implications of nutrition, the impact of dental care, and digestive issues in the horse.
Common Diseases and Ailments - March 28
From Laminitis and Colic, to coughs and eye infections, dental care and general hoof health and minor injuries, this class will teach you how to identify them and how to treat many common problems.
Cost and Registration
Classes are $20 each. Please click on Education Center for more information and to register.
Our wonderful friend and well-known playwright Dr. Elena Hartwell has created a Blog for Serenity called Stories from Serenity. To follow Serenity's stories and keep abreast of other important and sometimes funny goings-on at the farm click on this link
http://www.storiesfromserenity.blogspot.com to take a look!
Reina comes home to Serenity
This sweet 13 year old mare is a well-trained Quarter Horse with lots of trail experience. She came home on February 16 and is currently just enjoying the farm. If you are interested in Reina, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.