Reined Cow Horses * Colts Started * Roping * Reining * Ranch Riding

The show horses learn more than just arena work.

Internship Program

Want to learn about training Reined Cow Horses and running a horse training business?? Contact us today to schedule your 3 month or longer Internship!

Interns will participate in all aspects of daily facility routine; chores, animal care, riding.

  • Housing available
  • Some meals provided
  • Full and part time jobs available 
  • Room for growth and promotion

Lance and Dualin Blue Moon, 2022 SBF Intermediate Open Futurity 6th place 

Event Schedule​

1/14-15 Clinic @ LRS

2/10-20 @ NRCHA Celebration of Champions/ World's Greatest Horseman @ Ft. Worth, Tx

3/9-12 NCRCHA @ Winona

3/24-4/1 NRCHA Stallion Stakes @ Las Vegas

4/13-16 NCRCHA @ Winona, Mn.

5/4-7 NCRCHA @ Winona, Mn

6/1-10 NCRCHA @ Verndale, Mn

8/10-13 NCRCHA @ Verndale, Mn

9/14-17 NCRCHA @ Verndale

11/30-12/3 NCRCHA @ Winona

Specializing in the success of non pro's

Lance Scheffel 715-296-0093

2409 25th Ave. * Rice Lake, Wisconsin, 54868

Training * Lessons * Clinics

LRS Performance Horses, LLC.


Our Clinics are designed for any one who enjoys riding.

Every riding level, every discipline is welcome. 

Come work on your basics and learn how to turn those basics into advanced maneuvers and control.

Whether you are on a colt with a handful of rides, or a been there-done that bridle horse, Lance's clinics have something for you! 

Next clinic Jan. 14-15 

    Lance has been training horses for 20 years. He began his education with Donna Fox, here in Wisconsin, where he learned to ride with finesse and to start colts with confidence. 

    He then went on to California to spend 5 years with the Legend, Benny Guitron, where he learned the art of creating a bridle horse through the careful use of the traditional hackamore and two-rein.

    Lance believes that all horses need a job, and he spends time shaping each horse into an individual, and finds the job that fits it best. Lance does not believe that each horse should fit in a specific box, instead he lets each horse develope into its own style.