Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Saddle Up in September - Reduced Adoption Fees

For the month of September, Serenity Equine Rescue and Rehabilitation has reduced adoption fees to help you get your dream horse. Learn about our adoption process here.

Winter means more horses that need us, so we are working hard to find homes for some terrific, healthy, well socialized horses (so we can make space for those who need us this winter).

Our rescues are current on shots, worming feet and teeth. Many are broke to ride and have ground work and trailer well. You'll have a hard time finding horses this healthy (and current) on dream horse at prices from $350-$750- most of our rescues are just $350 this month.

Of course the cost of horse ownership is beyond what you pay to adopt, and ask you to review our adoption information and plan carefully before you decide to adopt a horse. Adopting a horse from Serenity means a commitment to not breed or take the horse to auction/resell- our goal is a lifetime home for our rescues.

Ready to get started? Check out available horses and read about our adoption process. Come meet our rescues during our NEW OPEN HOURS on Saturdays from 11-2 or attend our adoption Weekend October 3rd and 4th (10am-4 pm daily). Pre-adoption applications are available online so you can fill one out before you visit.

We offer delivery for a fee of $1 per mile within a reasonable distance on a case by case basis. E- mail info@serenityequinerescue.com for more information!

2 Little Piggies find a Home

Annabelle, Petunia and Sophie enjoy a nap in the warm hose....
Last week Petunia and Annabelle went to their new home, and it was bittersweet. We loved those piggies so much, but they deserve their own home.

Peanut and Sophie remain with Miss Piggy, but seem a bit confused about where their friends are. We are thrilled with the wonderful adoptive home they went to and tried to explain this to the remaining piggies, but they were more interested in goodies! By the way, Sophie is still available for adoption. Peanut will remain with us, as he has some neurological issues that require special care.

We are working hard to get horses adopted now, we need to make room for horses who need us this winter. If you are interested in adopting, please email us at info@serenityequinerescue.com and you can check out our available horses at http://www.serenityequinerescue.com/

Friday, August 14, 2009

Come see us this weekend at Reber Ranch

We're having a adoption event, showcasing available horses- come meet our rescues and visit our booth to learn more about Serenity.

Come Meet:
  1. Promise
  2. Lovey
  3. Jahmaal
  4. Crystal
  5. Destiny
  6. Star

and more!

We'll be there Saturday and Sunday from about 10 am- 4 pm and horses will be led and ridden in the arena while Patricia tells about them over the speaker.

We're also doing a hay drive at Reber, please consider donating a bale (or a ton!) next time you're there shopping. All donations receive a tax deduction receipt.

Directions to Reber Ranch:

Monday, August 10, 2009

Wine Tasting Fundraiser- Join Us September 12th

The amazing, sweet folks at V2 Farm in Enumclaw are hosting a fundraiser for us- isn't that great? Several of our Board Members and volunteers plan to come, won't you join us?

"Grape Stompin' for Serenity Equine Rescue" on Saturday, September 12th from 1- 5 pm.

Your $35 ticket includes entry to an event that includes wine tasting, live band, a terrific silent auction and a grape stomping competition (teams of 3, no extra charge to stomp!) with all proceeds going to our rescue.

We could really use the funds, and you could really use the FUN. You can hang out with us, we'll be there telling stories and hanging out with everyone. You don't even have to like wine, so long as you like good company and good times you'll be glad you came.

To purchase your tickets or for more information, e-mail us at info@serenityequinerescue.com . You can pay by cash, Visa/MasterCard, or check. We are currently accepting donations for the silent auction, if you'd like to contribute.