Casey Deary grew up in Texas riding horses, taking low-cost colts, training them and reselling them, allowing him to grow his training business.
Deary won the National Reining Horse Association Futurity in 2012 on Americasnextgunmodel and again in 2015 on Shesouttayourleague, and has made the finals at many major limited-age events. He has earned more than $1.5 Million in reining competition. He and his wife, Nicole, and their four children live in Weatherford, Texas, where he coaches youth and amateur clients to successfully work with their horses, not only in competition, but every time they ride.
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Josh Tishman born in Portland, Maine August 1, 1991, began riding horses on the neighbor’s property at age 3. As the lone horseman in his family, Josh Tishman grew and learned many equestrian disciplines, including jumping, team roping and reining.
At age 14 Tishman started working on the 80,000 acre Diamond Tail Ranch. In 2014 Tishman achieved an Equine Science degree at Rocky Mountain College in Billings Montana. During college, Tishman was introduced to Reining while he competed on the IHSA Equestrian Team.
During his college years in Montana, he purchased his first Reining horse. After college, Tishman began working in the NRHA industry. In 2014, his first year to enter the NRHA Futurity, he made the level 1 Open finals.
January 2016 Tishman moved to Weatherford, TX and began working for Casey Deary. Tishman’s incredible life equity and variety of equine disciplines all contribute to his powerful work force on the Deary Ranch. He breaks young colts, trains three year old Futurity horses, trains older experienced horses, coaches clients, he ropes with Casey Deary occasionally for a good laugh and he completes all tasks with patience and kindness.
Since 2016 Tishman has competed and excelled in numerous NRHA events across the USA. His record breaking year of accomplishments in 2017 has put him on the map as one of the up-and-coming trainers in the NRHA Industry.
2014 NRHA Futurity Open Finalist Level 1