show horses, ranch horses, family horses.

I aspire to train happy horses that are willing to perform to the best of their abilities. The individual horse shapes its own program here. 

Graduates from Syringa Bend Stock Horses have been exposed to a variety of environments, including gathering rough country, sorting, and branding in the Oregon and Idaho mountains and deserts, as well as performance horse arena training. My background is in Reined Cowhorse, and I’m fortunate to live in an area with access to some of the top trainers in the industry. 

Current sale horses.

Friendly Tomcat – Lot 55
2017 gelding – Tomcat Chex x Ms Bay Rooster x Senor Gallo Rojo

The kindest, most gentle gem of a gelding I’ve owned! This guy is kid-friendly, but still athletic and talented. He’s consigned to the Diamonds in the Desert Premier Sale June 25-26 in Reno, NV.



DMR Royal Luck
2017 gelding – Smart Luck x Royal Billy Boy x Billy Mans Last

This gorgeous and athletic gelding sells April 10th on the Salmon Select Sale in Salmon, ID.

Dual Sweet Rey
2016 gelding – Dual Smart Rey x Some Kinda Sweetie x Sweet Little Pepto

A powerhouse of a gelding with an exceptional pedigree. Ropers, take note! He sells at the Reno Snaffle Bit Futurity Sale on 9/19

TS Bet On This Roll
2018 gelding – Bet Hesa Cat x Slow My Roll (Peptoboonsmal x Playgiarism)

This athletic gelding has the talent and the look. He’s a true open caliber futurity prospect that would be at home in any program. Offered in partnership with Ryan Thomas Horsemanship.

Dual Rey Disco
2017 mare – TR Dual Rey x Smart Disco Day x Smart Little Lena

Cute mare with cowhorse training! Futurity her, or start her in the breakaway. She’s got the foundation to go any direction.
She is sold!


Lisa started her journey in the horse industry as a horseshoer. She apprenticed for farriers in Oregon and Virginia before discovering cutting horses through a client. After a few ranch and feedlot jobs and a lot of moving around, she wound up in South Dakota and went to work for horse trainers, including nearly five years for an AQHA rope horse and cow horse trainer where she developed an internship program, started a wide variety of colts, and began showing cow horses.

Lisa then moved to Idaho to work for Jake Telford riding two year olds. It was an educational year that opened her eyes to a new standard of quality in both horses and training programs. She now lives on the Oregon/Idaho border and trains a few quality horses a year for resale while also showing her own in the NRCHA. Lisa works to continually refine her horsemanship and develop her program.

She is also a graphic designer, builds online entry systems for horse show associations, and is working on a project to help make horse show rules, guidelines, and judging standards more accessible and easier to understand.