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Cayley Wilson

With more than $739,407+ in cow horse earnings, Cayley Wilson found success in his training program, a venture that started in Canada and moved to Texas. Cayley began his cow horse program in Abbotsford, British Columbia, where he earned multiple premier event titles, both within Canada and the United States.
After his move to Texas in June of 2021, Cayley earned 3rd place in the 2022 NRCHA Open Snaffle Bit Futurity® and was Reserve Champion in the Intermediate Open Futurity aboard Nothing But Blu, owned by Alicia Bolls. He and this prestigious Stallion also had great success earlier in the year, winning the 2022 Intermediate Open division at the Dom Conicelli Memorial Eastern Derby, presented by MARS Equestrian™. Today, the pair have amassed over $134k to Nothing But Blu's lifetime earnings and are still going strong.
Cayley has also had success in the Cutting pen. Most recently, at the NCHA Futurity in 2022 he rode Benjie Frost’s Little Lucey Lue, trained by Ascencion Banuelos, to advance to the semi-finals. Cayley also bought, trained and showed Hot Frosted Cat for owner Bonnie Pearson to the Open Championship at the Black Elk Cutting Futurity in Ponoka Alberta in 2020 and rode CR Wood She Be Blu to reserve Championship at the Canadian Spectacular Cutting Futurity in 2020.

The latest success was found in October of 2023, where Cayley qualified 3 of his 6 entries back to the NRCHA Open division Snaffle Bit Futurity Finals. These 3 horses were Rebell for owner Sandy Allen, Hip Hip Rebel Rey for owner Kathy Gentry and Kual outlaw for Michelle Cannon.  Cayley finished 2023 strong, ranking 1st in the Nation in the Open Hackamore piloting Shine Like A Dime, for owner Michelle Cannon.


Thomas Fisher

Thomas, originally from Canada, joined CWPH in 2021. 

Thomas has a huge passion for starting young performance horses. Though he is now focused on cutting and working cow horses, he has had experience in the team roping during high school rodeo back home.  


Thomas says "My goal is to give every horse a solid foundation and set them up for the most success in their future careers. "

Tayler Renouf

Tayler Renouf is originally from Idaho but moved to Texas to join the team in May 2022. Tayler has been riding since she was old enough to sit on a horse and has been involved in reined cowhorse for the last fifteen years.


She placed fifth in the non pro bridle at Worlds at 15 and went to compete in the Open division at 16. She also was third at Eastern Derby in the level one open in 2022. 


Emily Chisholm

Emily Chisholm, from Nova Scotia, Canada. After graduating high school Emily moved to Texas.


She began working for NRHA Professionals Nick Valentine and Shauna Larcombe. In 2022 she made the switch to the NRCHA, working for Erin Taormino, then joined CWPH.


Emily says "I enjoy building custom belts and cowboy leggings, and eventually want to master the art of Silversmithing."


Evita Started riding at age 12, jumping horses, ponies or anything she could get her hands on. Evita got her Bachelors degree in accounting, but found it difficult to stay away from the horses. After a few years in AZ working for reining trainers after college, she decided she'd like to learn more about the cow horse discipline.

Now fully immersed in cow horse as an assistant for Cayley Wilson, she has found her true calling and aspires to become a reined cow horse trainer herself.


Haidyn Phillips

Haidyn Phillips, from Channing, TX.  Haidyn grew up ranching and participating in rodeo, mostly in breakaway and team roping. She started doing cow horse through the NHSRA as a freshman year and has been addicted ever since. As a result, she went to Lamar Community College and earned her associates in Horse Training and Management.


Over the last few years, she has been working towards her goal of becoming a performance horse trainer.


bio coming soon.

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