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A Note From Michelle Beaver, President & Chairman of the Board.

How do you see or walk past a starving animal and not be affected? I married an "Old Broke-Down Cowboy" who exposed me to the wonderful world of horses. Shortly after getting married, we attended a horse auction and I was exposed to the cruel side of a horse's life; where horses are neglected, starved, abused and/or sent to slaughter.

At the horse auction, there was a once beautiful horse ushered into the ring. The auctioneer announced the horse was 23 years old and had been retired from a Sheriff's department. He was skin and bones; he deserved a better life than he was given. At the time, I was helpless to do anything other than to pray that he would go to a good home. The memory of how neglected and starved he was is still with me today.

Over the next year, as I would see other horses in need of someone caring about them; my husband and I began buy them from their owners and we starting helping the ones we could. During this time, we started to lay the groundwork to establish Serenity Horse Haven as a 501(c)(3) non-profit.

Serenity Horse Haven was officially founded and reconized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) non-profit in May of 2010.