Fred Fisher's Light Rein Horses Blog

New Mexico Show Rewards Team Light Rein Member with Multiple Top 5 Placings!

A big congratulations to #TeamLightRein member, Terry McDowell from Wyoming (who joined our Team while visiting Arizona this winter), for placing 3rd of 10 in Level 1 Amateur Reining under both judges, and 2nd and 5th of 22 in Amateur Ranch Riding at the SWQHA show in Las Cruces, New Mexico! Terry is now only 1/2 point shy of qualifying for the AQHA Select World Show in Ranch Riding! Great Job, Terry! #RideOn!

There Are No Words...

Words cannot express our gratitude to all the members of #TeamLightRein who stuck with us during our move! EVERY member of our Team chose to follow us to our new facility, and we moved 14 horses on Wednesday! A special "THANK YOU" to Team Light Rein members Glenda Roberts, Kristine Miller and Jessica Martin for all your help with moving all our stuff and setting up in our new location! And a special "THANK YOU" as well to Angie Simpson & Kevin Peterson and all the El Doce LLC family for welcoming us all with open arms! We feel humbled and blessed by the outpouring of support and well-wishes, and we are beyond excited to get working out of our new beautiful facility! #RideOn!

Team Light Rein had RELOCTED to a New Facility!

WE HAVE MOVED!! That's right! #TeamLightRein has relocated to a NEW FACILITY, and we are VERY excited about it! We are now located at beautiful EL DOCE, located just south of the 202 Freeway at McQueen and Queen Creek Rd in Chandler, AZ! Check out our The Facilities page to see photos and learn more about our beautiful new facility!  #RideOn!

Fred Lectures ASU Students!

Our Wonderful trainer, Fred's expertise as an industry professional was honored for the second time with a request by Dr. Martha Caron to lecture an Applied Animal Behavior class at Arizona State University! On Wed. 3/28, Fred hosted students at our barn, where he lectured on horse health, training techniques, showing, etc., and allowed students to get some hands-on experience with what it's like to be a professional trainer in the horse industry. We consider this a great honor! Looks like the horses were enjoying it too! ;)#RideOn!