Serenbe Stables

horse + human + heart

Serenbe Stables is a 501c3 dedicated to rehabilitating humans and horses.

about

Serenbe Stables is a 501(c)3 incorporated non-profit organization with a vision to connect horses and humans in a safe, positive way.  Located in Chattahoochee Hills and in the heart of the Serenbe community, we are surrounded by over 1,000 acres of nature with 15 miles of trails. Our stable boasts 20 stalls, two tack rooms with lockers, two feed rooms, two wash racks, a community learning center, an outdoor lit arena, six paddocks and two pastures. 

We strive to be a place where you can enjoy your horse — regardless of your experience level or riding style.  A place that provides and supports humans and horses through safety, education, healing and passion.  We are a non-competition based barn hosting western to english and all in between.

 


Mission Statement

serenbe stables

Horses have an amazing ability to restore the human spirit and bring us back to our core. Serenbe Stables is a place for human and equine souls to connect with one another. Our mission is to connect horses and humans in a positive way. We work to improve lives and enrich hearts, promote healing and growth of the soul through education, encouragement and experience: horse + human + heart. 

Take a moment to listen to an interview with Grace, who explains what we do at the Stables, and why we are so passionate about our work. 


Grace Aldridge

Founder

Grace moved to Serenbe for a different and better quality of life for husband, herself and their 5 young children.  A passion for serving, a lifelong love for horses and dedication to acting in faith led her to open Serenbe Stables.  Opening as a non-profit, the vision was and always will be to connect humans and horses in a positive way, every time.  With a barn full of horses, dogs, a cat, children, adults and an amazing team, Grace is busy, dirty and a proud mama of one special place.  

"Hold my hand in childlike trust and the way before you will open up step by step."