Registration is closed for the 2024 Season. We are taking applications for our  waiting list. Class spaces are limited and will be available on a first come first serve basis.

Big changes for scheduling and structure are coming for 2025. Stay tuned!

Our Programs




Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) partners humans and horses to develop personal growth skills. This program focuses on mental health and education attributes that are connected to horses and working with horses.



Adaptive Riding partners people with physical, cognitive, and emotional disabilities with equines to improve quality of life through equine-assisted services.

Equine Experiential Education (EEE) partners with local schools to offer equine-assisted services. This program aims to support students’ educational goals in a naturalistic learning environment. This setting allows for the generalization of personal skills.




Connecting in the Moment partners people living with memory loss and their caregivers with equines to enhance quality of life through a safe and positive shared experience.

Session Information


Time Frame

Programs Offer

Session 1

8 Week Sesson
March 11- May 3
Equine Assisted Learning
Connecting in the Moment
Equine Experiential Learning

Session 2

4 Week Session
May 20- June 14
Adaptive Riding

Session 3

8 Week Session
July 8- August 30
Adaptive Riding
Adaptive Riding/ Equine Assisted Learning Combined

Session 4

8 Week Session
September 23- November 15
Equine Assisted Learning
Connecting in the Moment
Equine Experiential Learning

Rider Fees

We will be offering Therapeutic Riding and Equine Assisted Learning classes 4-5 days a week during the 2024 season.  Classes will continue to focus building on previous skills and working toward new goals for all riders. The fee for classes are $40 per lesson.

 REINS is able to subsidize the majority of this cost through the generosity of individual and corporate sponsors as well as foundation grants and proceeds from fundraising events. Our rider fees cover less than 25% of the actual cost. 

An underlying mission of REINS Therapeutic Riding Program is to make its services affordable for all participants whose application for registration is accepted. REINS is able to fulfill this mission through donations and the administration of a scholarship program based strictly on need. Scholarship assistance is awarded based on financial need of the participant and/or their family. Questions can be directed to REINS at 920 946-8599.

Individuals applying to participate in a REINS program may complete a Scholarship Application and submit it with their application for participation. Action is taken on the application only after the individual has been scheduled into a REINS session.


All information provided on the Scholarship Application is kept in strict confidence. A Scholarship Committee reviews the applications and may find it necessary to request additional information, on a confidential basis.

Scholarships are awarded in the form of credit toward the tuition for scheduled services; the participant is notified of this award through a contact from a REINS staff member.


Scholarship Applications are mailed with registration packets. Contact us for an application at any time. We understand circumstances change and are always happy to review new applications.