Horses of REINS

Thank you to our 2023 Sponsors!

Wisconsin Horse Council

Brennan’s on Michigan

If you would like to join our 2023 Sponsors, click the link below!

Our horses are our therapy partners. Your sponsorship allows for them continue to provide exceptional care for our riders.

$2,175 for the season
$514 for a month
$121 for a week
$17 for a day


A Special Thank you to our 2022 Sponsors!

John Vollrath

Jaquie & Meredith McKelvey

Masters Gallery Foods

Brotz Family Foundation

The Hoganson Family

Pat & Hollie O’Neill

Brennan’s on Michigan

Lakeside Pepsi

Liar’s Club of Sheboygan

Without you, we could not give our riders the much needed support that they deserve.

Thank you for your generous gift of sponsoring our horses!


Horses of 2023


Dixie is a 16 year old Friesian Halflinger cross, new to the REINS heard starting this spring! She is a calm, caring, and steady mare. In addition to her personality, Dixie’s size makes her the perfect therapy horse! She is stocky and sure footed, but not too tall.

She is leased from the generous Jennifer Schneeberg and family.




Jetta is a 23 year old quarter pony mare, graciously leased to us by Tom and Louise Blankenheim. Jetta is returning for her fifth season this year! She has extensive previous experience as a barrel racer. Her reserved, consistent and quiet personality in conjunction with controlled, symmetrical movement and beneficial impulsion make her an irreplaceable asset to our participants.





Remi is 27 year old paint mare coming back for the 2023 seasons! She is the long time partner of our Director Morgan Christensen. She has extensive experience in the show and lesson ring. She brings a different perspective to our program as a horse who has her own challenges. She hasn’t let having one eye stand in her way of being a special and spectacular  horse. A lesson we can all learn from.





Spud joined us in 2019 as part of a collaboration with Off Track on Course Thoroughbreds, a rescue organization based in Kewaskum, WI. He has been an important part of REINS each year since then. Although his past was questionably difficult, his kind eye, quiet personality and bright affect speak volumes of his character and compatibility to the services we provide at REINS. He has experience in barrel racing and ranch riding. His slow, rhythmical walk and cadenced trot are a huge asset to our riders! His curiosity and friendliness creates a welcoming atmosphere for each of his riders!