Lisa Lesch had a love for horses as a young child and began riding horses at the age of 4.
Growing up helping her mother raising 50
head of horses or more, Lisa’s career was shaped
over years of hard work
and endless hours of saddle time.
Starting as a youth rider on a pony mare named Penny and then graduating to her first Saddlebred,
Cache of Silver Oaks,
Lisa not only rode talented horses but she trained most of her own, even before the age of 18.
Later, competing on Dusty’s Magic Moment, Lisa had her
first experience showing at the American Royal,
which in turn began another chapter of years of learning to compete on a higher level.
Traveling out of state to shows as far north as Canada
and all the way down to southern Ca, and now traveling to Kentucky as well, Lisa has built her reputation
riding not only 3 gaited, but 5 gaited horses as well,
all horses she trained or helped trained herself. This knowledge ultimately helped in her ability to select top American Saddlebred horses that not only carry quality bloodlines that remain in her breeding program, but also leaving a forever impact on Lisa's extensive resume.
From lessons to the show ring, from breeding selection to the winners circle, Lisa Lesch is an experienced, well rounded horsewoman.
Spring High Stables can help you with all of your American Saddlebred needs,
whether you are looking for top notch breeding prospects, quality training or individually tailored instruction.
we can build a program that is just right for you.