Welcome to REINS

Riding Emphasizing Individual Needs and Strengths

Welcome to the REINS website! We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit Therapeutic Riding Program located in Fallbrook, California. At REINS, children and adults with disabilities learn how to ride horses and have fun doing it. So we would like to invite you down to REINS to see the program first hand!

Order Now and reserve your See’s Candies for Spring!

Spring is on it’s way! Order your See’s Easter Eggs or Bunny Boxes and support REINS. Orders due March 8th. Candy available for pick up March 22nd. Forms can be dropped off at REINS or emailed to canece@reinsprogram.org.  A portion of the proceeds from all sales goes directly to REINS.

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REINS Tack Shack Blowout Sale 50% off!!!
February 19th and 20th
9 am to 4 pm
4461 S. Mission Rd., Fallbrook CA 92028
*All proceeds to benefit REINS

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REINS Therapeutic Horsemanship Program added an REINS 1st Annual Spring Hop. ...

REINS 1st Annual Spring Hop

March 19, 2016, 6:00pm - March 19, 2016, 2:00pm

REINS, 4461 S Mission Rd, Fallbrook, CA, US

Order tickets via Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.com/e/reins-1st-annual-spring-hop-tickets-19921859819?aff=efbevent Join the 1st Annual REINS Spring Hop! Saturday, March 19th, 2016 11 am to 2 pm Egg Hunts start promptly at 12 pm (Two Age Groups: 0 to 5 and 5-10) (Easter Bunny 11:30 am to 1:30 pm) $10 General Admission $30 Family Pack (General Admission for 4) Children 2 and under free Egg Hunt and Basket included with Admission FUN GAMES ● MUSIC ● FACE PAINTING ● BAKE SALE ● PETTING ZOO ● EGG DECORATING ● BOUNCE HOUSE ● FOOD ● EASTER BASKETS Go to www.reinsprogram.org for more info about REINS and the Spring Hop

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JANUARY 4th, 2016

REINS opens for 2016 Session 1

MARCH 19th, 2016

REINS 1st Annual Spring Hop

APRIL 30th, 2016

REINS of Life Golf Tournament @ Vista Valley Country Club


Whether you want to donate a horse, sponsor a rider, or contribute to the program, all help is truly appreciated. Donations are welcome in any form and any amount, so check out our Wish List. We would not be here today if it were not for the support and love of so many in our community.


REINS wouldn’t be possible without its amazing staff of weekly volunteers. Volunteers make the program what it is by participating in various duties. Anywhere from leading horses during lessons to side walking with students to ensure safety, as well as grooming and tacking horses, and maintaining and improving the facility.


REINS provides therapy to nearly 200 students with a wide variety of conditions. Meaningful and purposeful activities are used with the client based on their interests and needs. During lessons, clients can work to refine fine motor, gross motor, bilateral coordination, oral motor and visual motor skills.

About Us

REINS is a place for our students to thrive! It is also a supportive community for our special riders and their brave families, people who rarely find a place where they are the majority.

Our mission is to provide physical and emotional therapy to a wide range of disabled children and adults through the use of carefully supervised horseback riding. The benefits of this therapy are both mental and physical and include normalization of muscle tone, increased balance and coordination, developments of speech and language, and improvements in body awareness and self-esteem.

I saw a child who couldn’t walk

Sit on a horse, laugh and talk.

I saw a child born into strife,

Take up and hold the reins of life…

– John Anthony Davies

What others say about us

Lisa Almendarez

“REINS is not only for the special people that ride every day and the volunteers that give so much of themselves.  REINS’ magic lies in the directors that care and dream, instructors that teach, horses that support and the riders that inspire.”

Lisa Almendarez REINS Parent/Instructor
Helen Lovaas

“REINS has provided enrichment in the lives of children and their parents unlike anything money can buy.  Lord willing, it can continue on for many lifetimes.”

Helen LovaasLegacy Donor
Bettye Geurin-Burns

“Our Foundation seeks out organizations who work with children who have physical or learning challenges.  REINS of Fallbrook has proven to be the best example of positively impacting lives.

The Staff and Volunteers are unwavering in their dedication to each student.  They are knowledgeable, professional caring and loving. 

This year, 2015 will be our fourth year to fund their October Hoedown Fundraiser…we consider it an honor.”

Bettye Geurin-BurnsPresidentDonegan Burns Foundation
Sarah Nystrom and Carol Curtis

“I like the people – we are family. I like the tractor work and riding on the tractor. I like riding by myself.” -Sarah

“I love learning new things riding a horse. I grow as a person and it builds my self confidence.” -Carol

Sarah Nystrom and Carol CurtisStudents and Volunteers
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