Would you like to compete at Top Level shows?
Would you like to have a better relationship with your horse?
Is your horse a willing partner?
Do you have a young horse needing a good start?
Would you like to improve or maintain your horse's skill level?
Would you like your horse to learn a new skill?
Is there something missing in your horse's training?
AQHA Professional Horseman Fred Fisher will work with you to help you achieve your goals for your horse.
As an AQHA Professional Horseman, Fred is bound by the AQHA Professional Horsemen Code of Ethics which states in part: "To ensure that the welfare of the American Quarter Horse is paramount and that every American Quarter Horse shall at all times be treated humanely and with dignity, respect and compassion." "To conduct all business affairs with integrity, sincerity and accuracy in an open and forthright manner." Fred extends this code to apply to all horses, no matter the breed or discipline, and applies these ethics to all of his business affairs.
After he evaluates your horse, Fred will estimate what he believes it will take to get your horse where you’d like him to be. Then, Fred will lay a foundation for training by first teaching your horse how to learn. Fred’s philosophy and training all begin with this simple step. The basic skills all horses need to learn follow from there, with more advanced proficiency trained per the owner's desire and the horse's ability.
Horses in training with Fred Fisher and Light Rein LLC Performance Horses work on a custom schedule that will be determined by Fred when you place your horse in training. Each horse has different needs and as a result, no two schedules will be alike.
Once your horse has learned the necessary skills and Fred feels the horse is ready, it will be essential for you to take lessons so you can learn what the horse has learned.
Making horse ownership fun and rewarding is the essence of Fred’s training program. Teaching horses and riders to compete successfully at top levels is Fred's specialty.
Call (480) 215-7103 or use the website to contact Fred today to discuss your horse’s training needs.