Astra Ridge

Status: ADOPTED!Astra08-291_copy



Hi, my name is Astra.  I'm a beautiful boy and I know it!

I'm a 13 year old Throughbred breeding stallion sired by Cox's Ridge.  I'm occasionally off on my left front, but that doesn't affect my ability to make beautiful, talented, sound babies!  I would love to join your breeding program.

We are very pleased that Astra Ridge has been adopted!


Meet Buster

Status: ADOPTED!!


Hi!  My name is Buster.   I'm a handsome, SOUND, good-hearted boy ready to go home with the right person.  Are you that person? 

I'm a 15.2, 5 year old Throughbred gelding.  The sky is the limit, I just need that special someone to adopt me!

Buster has been adopted !






I didn't look so good when I first arrived at Serenity.





But just look at me now!  I'm healthy, sound and ready for a job.  Please contact Serenity to find out if I'm the horse for you.




Meet Gideon

Status: Permanent Resident (come visit him!)


My name is Gideon. I caught my cannon bone in a high tensile fence when I was a three year old. I tore all the nerves, blood vessels, tendons and ligaments off my leg. My owners wanted to save my life, so they took me to see Dr. Ric Redden who gave me a new leg. A few years after that, I came to live at Serenity Equine. I like it here. I finally had the confidence to breed some pretty mares naturally. I have a daughter and a son. I have been in a prosthesis now for 21 years, they told me that is a record. Gideon

Gideon passed away in 2017 at the age of 24. We miss him beyond imagining.






I still like to run and play.









Sometimes the ladies call me Fabio because of my charming nature and long hair.




This is what my leg looks like when I don't have my prosthesis on.



This is my daughter, Peapie, and her Mom, Dakota. Peapie is all grown up now.








Here is another picture of gorgeous me!

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Meet Jack

Status: Permanent Resident (come visit him!)

Baby_Jack_copyHi, my name is Jack. This photo was taken when I first came to Serenity Equine. I was very sad and very shy. People had hurt me and made me afraid of them. Dr. Floyd drove all the way to New Jersey in a blinding snowstorm to amputate my leg and save my life. As soon as my stump healed I came to live here.



This is what my foot looked like before Dr. Floyd removed it. I don't know how I got hurt, but I lost my pastern and coffin joint. I was in so much pain that it stunted my growth and as a yearling I looked like a weanling.






This is a picture of me with my first prosthesis. I was still growing and needed several of them.





Look how handsome I was as a two year old with my new prosthesis.




 Dr. Floyd says because I love to buck and run, I wear out alot of prostheses. She says they cost alot of money....whatever that is.




 I wish you would come visit me, I like nice people now.




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Rescued and Adopted!

Here are several of the horses who have been adopted:





Boom-Boom had severe laminitis and was surgically corrected and placed for adoption with this adorable child. They became the best of friends and she won many classes with her and built her confidence and self-esteem.







Dude - adopted!







Cricket - adopted!






Bailey - adopted!






Dakotah - adopted!






 Forever in our hearts, having tried and been unable to save:



Jane - Forever in our hearts



Pearl - Forever in our hearts




With your help, the outcome may be different the next time. 

Please help us.


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