Equilux Sponsored Riders
My name is Amy Singh. I have been married to my husband Deep for 16 years. We share a daughter, Madison. My family is awesome and one of my greatest joys! We support each other in horse and non-horse adventures. I have had and loved horses since birth. My mom was my equine mentor. She had me on a horse or a pony before I can even remember. I realize and cherish the gift this was in my life. As a little girl, I grew up competing in gymkhanas and as an adult pursued my barrel racing dreams. I eventually bought my Women's Professional Rodeo Association permit and filled it to earn my WPRA card. It was a huge goal and so fun to complete. Over the last 20 years, I have become fascinated or maybe even obsessed with the healing surrounding horses. Not just the healing they can bring to us physically and emotionally, but also the different modalities such as micro-current and light therapy. Things that God gives us to allow us to participate in His healing of our equine partners. It is truly an honor to be able to participate and give back to these beautiful beasts who become our best friends. My heart is still focused on horses and most recently, all the young girls I find myself surrounded by. I really do love this road God has planned for my feet.
My name is Tori Ramirez and I am a senior in high school. I am from Corona, CA. and I currently compete in barrels, poles, and goat tying in the CHSRA (California High School Rodeo Association) and CJRA (California Junior Rodeo Association). I have two fantastic horses that help me make my dreams come true. Their names are Jack and Vegas. Jack is a 17 hand imported Warmblood gelding who I jump and goat tie off of. Vegas, I rescued off a kill truck in 2016. She is my quarter horse mare who I compete on in barrels and poles. Both are quirky, talented, and sometimes crazy, but I love them. One way I show my dream team that I love and appreciate them is by keeping them in tip top shape with Equilux Light Therapy. As I further my education at Cuesta College in the fall of 2019, majoring in business and minoring in equine sciences, I will continue to rodeo with both horses. I am excited to represent and share the wonderful things Equilux Light Therapy does for us, as well as use them on the daily.
My name is Caylee Gee. I am 18 years old, and a freshman in college. I graduated high school a year early, and I am now trying to chase my dreams! I have two quarter horses, Addie and Lady, who I barrel race at all my shows! They have so much heart and grit, and truly love the sport! I spend all my time with my horses, and when I'm not with them I'm always studying anything horse related, trying to learn as much as possible to get better. My goals include getting my Bachelor's degree, and then joining the professional rodeo curcuit! Someday I hope you will all see me run at the America and the NFR! Until then, I will take everything one day at a time, and try to better myself each day!