Saturday, May 2, 2020 from 3-7PM
We offer services throughout the year. Our goal is to focus on the abilities of our participants, and our hard working team of therapy horses and ponies help them achieve, aspire and amaze.
The mission of Southern Reins Center for Equine Therapy is to serve individuals with physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities and hardship by providing equine assisted activities and therapies to empower, inspire, nurture and succeed.
In honor and in remembrance of our friend and volunteer, Nick Vergos, Southern Reins has created the
Nick Vergos Scholarship Fund.
This fund provides financial support to give individuals with disabilities and financial hardship the opportunity to participate in equine assisted activities and therapies at Southern Reins. Click Here to visit the Nick Vergos Scholarship Fund page.
Nick will be forever missed by our entire organization, and he will always be remembered for his compassion, caring, and pure joy in celebrating life every day.
2020 is a Remarkable Year
as we Celebrate 5 Years of Service!
We are honored to have the opportunity to serve people with disabilities and hardship throughout the Mid-South.
Southern Reins offers 7 program to provide support to individuals, families, and community partners including Youth Villages, SRVS, The Baddour Center, Alpha Omega Veterans Services, Trezevant Manor, InDev Memphis, the Memphis VA Medical Center, TigerLIFE and Thrive Memphis.
With sessions offered at our Collierville Campus and DeSoto Campus, we are able to serve a growing number of people who can benefit from equine assisted activities and therapies; sharing the power of horses to improve quality of life and enhance overall life skills.
Our journey has been incredible, and we are honored to have the generous support of so many to give our participants the opportunity to do so much more than they ever imagined.
Changing lives . . .
one ride at a time
Southern Reins Center for Equine Therapy was founded in July of 2015 to serve people with disabilities and hardship who reside in Mississippi, Tennessee and Arkansas.
Southern Reins offers 7 types of programming to serve the community, including adaptive horseback riding, Occupational Therapy incorporating Hippotherapy, Unbridled Horsemanship, Making Strides Recreation Therapy, Silver Stirrups, equine assisted psychotherapy and PATH Intl. Equine Services for Heroes.
With two campuses located in Shelby County and DeSoto County, our goal is to serve as many people as can benefit through the services we provide.