About US & our farm
Serenity Farm Gypsy Horses is a family run farm, who not only adores each of their horses, but is proud to breed and show a small quality herd of outstanding Gypsy Horses.
Our broodmares are not just “broodmares.” They along with their foals, benefit greatly from experiences, are trained to ride drive and show, and do so often. Frequent exposure and handling are key to the physical and mental well being to both mother and foal.
We have 4 beautiful broodmares .....Lillie Belle, Daezy Mae, Elly and Maddie are our "working moms" that are often seen in the show ring with their baby at their side.
We have 2 outstanding stallions, Sandman & Dream.
Sandman is the King of our farm. He is a beautiful buckskin with an amazing temperament and breathtaking movement that he passes on to his foals.
Dream is our junior stallion who is currently completing his ground collection training. He is a beautiful palomino with 2 blue eyes. We can not wait to see his first foal crop. He will be available to outside mares on a very limited bases.
We also have 2 geldings, Star and Dipper. Both are great boys....Star has won many blue ribbons over the years and Dipper is in training for his show career. We also have plans to use them in our lesson program when our mares are on maternity leave.
Our farm opened in December 2008, as a small family boarding facility. We take pride in the family feel to our farm. Currently we have 3 families that we share a barn with-all Gypsy Horses.
We began hand picking our horses based on their excellent bloodlines, exceptional
conformation and most importantly to us, their kind and willing temperament. All of our horses have been trained by us & shown by our family and closest friends.
❤️To enjoy our horses as we are so lucky to have them in our life.
❤️To share them with as many people that also want Gypsies in their life.
❤️To promote the Gypsy Breed.
❤️To raise happy & healthy horses.
❤️To find forever homes for our foals.
❤️we believe quality vs quantity
❤️we believe education begins at the birth of the foal
❤️we believe in breeding horse that are free of genetic faults
❤️we believe in our breeding program & all aspects of what we do.
We began breeding our mares here on our farm via ground collection and insemination only. This is much more costly but is much safer for our horses and their mindset. We have raised 14 fabulous foals over the years, with all but 2 bred on our farm . Some of our foals have stayed locally, but we also have some of our foals being raised as far as Alaska. Our herd 100% PSSM negative via DNA testing there for our foals are PSSM negative based on heritage.
Over the years, our farm has continued to grow in many different directions and we have traveled through the Midwest showing and promoting the breed.
A few highlights & history of our farm:
In 2009, we began attending parades, many local events and shows.
In 2012, we traveled to Indiana to show at the Heartland Fall Classic with returning with multiple 1st and 2nd ribbons.
In 2013, we traveled to the National Championship where our horses won many ribbons included our foal taking first place in the weanling/yearling class & 3rd in an obstacle class where she was competing with 20+ grown horses. This was a very proud moment for our farm.
In 2014, we traveled to Indiana for the Heartland fall Classic with 2 of our foals (Cuileann & Moon) won 1st and 2nd in the weanling/yearling class.
In 2015, Sandman attended the MI stallion expo for the first time and won the Barn Managers award. What an honor!!!
In 2015, we also began offering riding lessons at our farm on a very small scale, we had 3 riders.
In 2016, we began visiting nursing homes so the residents could meet the horses.
In 2016, SFGH The Big Dipper was born and we traveled to Indiana for the Heartland Fall Classic with Dipper won 2nd place in his weanling/yearling class.
In 2017, we began offering leases to our riders that wanted to show in 4h. We had 4 riders in 4H that year.
In 2017, Sandman & Maddie traveled to Kentucky for Breyerfest & Sandman gave out his first autograph.
In 2018, our 10th foal was born.....a perfect keeper colt.....SFGH A Dream came true was born & won 1st place at his first show.
In 2018, Two of our riders started the Ida High School Equestrian Team.
In 2020, we have traveled to multiple nursing homes for window visits during the Covid 19 pandemic. Unfortunately, all our shows and events were cancelled for the year. Our lesson program has continued to grow to 38 consistent weekly riders. We have also added horse camps & birthday parties as another way to promote the breed & share our horses with others.
As of 2020, our farm offers
-broodmare management to a limited number of outside mares per year
-Live foaling Cameras
-in utero foals with Easy payment plans
-leases and lessons
-nursing home visits
In January 2021 we became a recognized United States Pony Club Riding Center.
We look forward to 2021 and what direction our farm travels.
*** Please note:
We are not affiliated with any other farm regardless of similar goals, similar location, similar marketing or any farm with the use of the word Serenity in their name. We do not/will never co own horses or have horses with multiple owners. Our horses are all on our farm, cared by our family. We have always been a family owned and operated farms with one location.
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