Leann Drozd

Executive Director


Leann is a 1982 graduate of Texas A&M University and holds a M.S. in animal science, specializing in Equine Exercise Physiology and a M.S. and certification in School Counseling. Having been in public education for 32 years as a high school counselor, Leann brings experience working with diverse groups of students, and is keenly aware of the challenges and struggles facing our youth and families today. Leann serves as Executive Director for Courage Ranch and is excited about the opportunity to bring a unique program of hope and healing to her hometown community of Floresville.

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Jennifer Olenick



Jennifer is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with over 10 years experience in the mental health field. Her experience includes working with adults in the Texas Criminal Justice System and children and families in the community and behavioral health settings.  Jennifer has her MA in Counseling from The University of Texas at San Antonio.  She completed her internships at The Children’s Bereavement Center of South Texas in San Antonio.  Jennifer was born and raised in Kosciusko and resides in Wilson County with her husband and children.



Hay there! I'm the veteran of the Courage Ranch herd and have lived at my home in Floresville for 11 years. I love to run and I love kids! My best friend is Major, an orange tabby cat that lives in my barn.


Little Lady

Hi there! My name is Little Lady, but my friends call me Little Black (LB). As my name suggests, I am little and very kind. I am about 4 years old and have great manners. Much better than some of my herd mates! I love being a therapy partner at Courage Ranch. 



I'm a sassy appaloosa mare who loves working with adults. I love to eat and I know how to make sure I get my hay! I was rescued from a difficult situation years ago and I'm so happy to have a loving home at Courage Ranch. Come see me soon!



Howdy! My name is Jack. Sometimes I find it difficult to trust people but when I do we definitely become friends. I really trust my herd-mates and am very protective of them. I don't always move very fast but I am always on the look out for danger, especially from coyotes or stray dogs. I am best known for my donkey brae, especially when it's dinner time!



Howdy! I'm Easton. I came to Courage Ranch from Happened By Chance Horses in New Braunfels. I'm the only guy in the herd except for Jack! I'm super quiet and sweet and always the perfect gentleman. I'm excited to be able to help others.