Fred Fisher's Light Rein Horses Blog
Great Fun and Lots of Awards at the March Blue Ribbon Show!
Congratulations to all the members of #TeamLightRein who attended the March Blue Ribbon Horse Shows show! Our Team did a fantastic job, and everyone came home with multiple awards! Kevin Kuzma won High Point under both judges in the Novice division and Reserve High Point in Ranch Riding! 13-year-old Lexy Santos won High Point under both judges in her division, first time showing at Blue Ribbon! Richele Carroll was 2nd in Trail in her first ever Trail class, and was also 3rd under both judges in Western Pleasure and 4th under both judges in Horsemanship! Susan Ritts placed in every class, including 1st and 2nd in Equitation, her first time showing Hunters in more than 12 years! Molly Fisher and Kaitlyn Fisher were unable to attend due to illness. We are so proud of all of our Team! #RideOn!
Beautiful Sun Circuit Portrait has Arrived!
Our win portrait from Sun Circuit has arrived! We're so proud of our Team!
2017 Sun Circuit Success!
#TeamLightRein had an awesome show at the Arizona Sun Country Circuit! Newest Team Member, 13-year-old Lexy Santos, was Circuit Champion in Youth Halter Aged Mares, placing first under all 6 judges, and she placed Top 10 (9,9,8,9) Youth Showmanship 13 and Under, in her very first big show, with her horse, BRT Show Glow! A great accomplishment, considering she chose the BIGGEST show of all to be her first one! Molly Fisher was Reserve Circuit Champion in Novice Select Showma...nship, placing 1,1,2,4,5,5,6, and also placed Top 5 in Amateur Select Showmanship!, She also placed 5,9 in Novice Select Western Pleasure, and 6,6,7,7,7,8,8,8 in Amateur Aged Geldings with her horse, Hes Always Zipped! Our wonderful trainer, Fred, placed 4,5,6,6,6,6, in Senior Western Pleasure with Kevin Kuzma's horse, Born To Be Watched, and had awesome runs in Ranch Riding and Ranch On The Rail with Kevin's horse, Make N It Snappy! Molly Fisher also won over $400 worth of feed supplements for answering a trivia question correctly! The question was: "What year did Zippo Pine Bar pass away?" The answer: 1998. This year's Sun Circuit was bigger than ever, and has become the biggest Quarter Horse show in the world, even surpassing the All American Quarter Horse Congress! It was crowded, for sure, but very well-run, and we would like to extend our thanks to the Arizona Quarter Horse Association for doing an AMAZING job and putting on such an awesome show! Congratulations to everyone on our Team! #RideOn!
A LOT of All-Arounds!
Congratulations to #TeamLightRein member, Molly Fisher, who was Two-Times Select Amateur All-Around Runner Up, Two-Times Select Amateur All-Around Third Place at the Arizona National Livestock Show, AND Three-Times Select Amateur All-Around Runner-Up at the Southern Arizona Quarter Horse Association Shamrock Show! #RideOn!