Lisa Rosenberger Jones started riding at the early age of six showing and riding saddle seat, hunt seat and western in Santa Barbara, California. When her horse trainer went out of business, she had no other choice than to train her own horses. Lisa started a young mare that she had purchased from Cynthia Wood Stables for $100 and won the California State Pleasure Horse Championship at age 15. Her hunter and jumper experiences were mostly catch rides for other trainers, and landed her with a serious fall that put an end to that part of her career. In 1974 Lisa took two horses to the A to Z show in Phoenix, Arizona. The total purchase price for the two horses was $300, and she won four out of the five classes she entered. The judge was the late Helen K. Crabtree. After the show in February, Lisa was invited by Mrs. Crabtree to come to Kentucky and become one of her students in equitation. Cynthia Wood and Mrs. Crabtree were good friends, and both decided to sponsor Lisa. The decision to bring Lisa to Kentucky was a good one. She won her first World Championship in 1974 winning the 14-17 class in equitation and was second in the U.P.H.A .Equitation Finals. Shortly after that, Lisa went to work as Helen Crabtree's assistant trainer.
After two years she moved to Happy Valley Farms where she trained and showed the notoriously difficult mare, Gypsy Spirit, to the reserve world championship in the ladies three gaited division. Also while at Happy Valley, she rode and trained Denmark's Radiant Society, who is in the Broodmare Hall of Fame. She left Happy Valley after four years and moved to Lexington, Kentucky to work for Donna Moore as an assistant trainer. She then worked with Pep Peppiat before she was hired as head trainer at Golden Meadows Farm in Paducah, Kentucky. There Lisa trained Sabur's Stiletto and Evening in New York. After five years, another opportunity came, this time as the trainer of Little Falls Farm in London, Kentucky where Lisa trained Lura's Song and won the three year old three gaited class at Rock Creek. Next came an offer that was too good to refuse. Lisa went to work as the assistant trainer for Tom Moore. There she trained and rode Captive Spirit, Sultan's Starina, Callaway's Blue Norther, Caramac, Unattached, Lextown, 42nd Street, War Whoop Two, Super Serenade, The Crimson Flame and showed Show Me the Best and Denmark's Golden Playboy to world championship titles, and Sultan's Shamrock to a win at the Lexington Junior League Horse Show.

After four years at Tom Moore's, Lisa was asked to move to Germany to train and promote the American Saddlebred all over Europe. In 1991 Lisa began working for Walter Schmitz. She competed and exhibited the breed in too many countries to list! In 1994 Lisa won the American Saddlebred Horse Association's International Award. After purchasing her own farm in Germany, she continued her ambassadorship by winning countless German and Austrian championships, and is one of the first US Citizens to win the Golden Riding Badge, a very prestigious award for which there are very few inductees from all riding disciplines. In 2004, after 13 years in Europe, Lisa realized it was time to come home and introduce her daughter, Melissa, to America. That move brought her back to Georgia where she trained Ricochet Memories and Callaway's Show Me State to world championship titles, and selected and showed the 2010-2011 World Grand Champion Five Gaited horse, Courageous Lord for Soquilli Stables. In 2006 Lisa purchased Creekside Farm in Rome, Georgia and opened her own training stable. In 2010 she had four regional winners and trained the reserve world champion Kalarama's Lady Bancroft in the 13 and under class for Alexis Landreth, and won the three year old five gaited class with Kenny Dawson for her husband, Frank Jones. 2011 was also a great year for Lisa and her five gaited star, Wicked in a Winning Way, as they won all the five gaited championships entered, excluding one, winning at ProAm, Dixie Cup, Chattanooga Charity, Blue Ridge and Southeastern Charity. Lisa currently trains horses for numerous customers, competing successfully at horse shows in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, the Carolinas, Kentucky, Missouri along with other major horse shows around the country.