Services

Training

Patience. Kindness. Consistency. International trainer Janine Holmes uses her knowledge acquired from hundreds of horses to create a training program designed specifically for your horse. She takes disposition, past training if applicable as well as other factors into consideration so that the process is enjoyable for everyone. She will work with you at key points in the training cycle to make sure you are part of the learning experience.

Lessons

Professional lessons/instruction available from beginners to more advanced riders. Half hour lessons are offered weekly or bi-weekly and we have wonderful school horses for those who do not have their own horse. We teach not only proper position and communication with the horse, but also proper horsemanship such as grooming and horse care. We strive to develop well-rounded horse people who will use what they learn at Serenity Farm in any equine endeavor they may choose to do.

Boarding

  • Daily turnout (8am-4pm)
  • Daily Grain feeding
    (2 times per day)
  • Daily Hay feeding
    (5 times per day)
  • Summertime fly control for each horse (fly masks and fly spray)
  • Wintertime cold control
    (daily blanketing)
  • On-site Trainer and Barn Management and late night security checks
Our Facility
  • Manicured & Dust Free Indoor Sand Arena
  • Manicured & Dust Free Outdoor Dressage Sand Arena
  • Outdoor Sand Jumping Arena
  • Large Grass Pastures with 3-board oak fencing and lanes between pastures
  • Super Large Grass Pasture for Outdoor boarders with two huge shelters
  • Matted stalls with Pine Shavings
  • Hot & Cold Wash Bay
  • Individual lockable Tack Lockers
  • Heated Club House
  • Round Pen
  • Limited Trailer Storage

Please Note

We DO NOT offer public riding or rental of horses, and we do not have access to trails.

Lessons and barn tours are by appointment only.

Warning

Under the Michigan Equine Activity Liability Act, an equine professional is not liable for any injury to or death of a participant in an equine activity resulting from an inherent risk of the equine activity (PA 351 of 1994).