Mark and Di FisherHusband and wife Mark and Diana Fisher moved to Wisbech from London in 2002 with their daughter Christina. Three Years and a lot of hard work later, in November 2005 Woolcroft Saddlery was opened and Woolcroft Equine Services Ltd was launched in its entirety for the first time.

Mark Fisher left the King’s Troop RHA as the Master Saddler in 2004, after 22 years service. In the army, he competed in eventing where he reached intermediate level and in team chasing up to open level. He has also been involved in show jumping and hunts on a regular basis.

Mark is a registered, qualified saddle fitter and regularly lectures and assesses for the Society of Master Saddlers. Mark was fortunate enough to be employed as the official Master Saddler of the London 2012 Olympic games. He also works in conjunction with the British Equestrian Federation on the World Class Programme, operating the Pliance saddle pressure system, which is owned by the British Equestrian Federation. He has been an overseas trainer for the World Horse Welfare, working with working horses in developing countries.

Mark FisherMark Fisher left the King’s Troop RHA as the Master Saddler in 2004, after 22 years service. In the army, he competed in eventing where he reached intermediate level and in team chasing up to open level. He has also been involved in show jumping and hunts on a regular basis. Mark is a registered, qualified saddle fitter and regularly lectures and assesses for the Society of Master Saddlers. Mark was fortunate enough to be employed as the official Master Saddler of the London 2012 Olympic games. He also works in conjunction with the British Equestrian Federation on the World Class Programme, operating the Pliance saddle pressure system, which is owned by the British Equestrian Federation. He is also employed as an overseas trainer for the World Horse Welfare, working with working horses in developing countries.
Diana FisherDiana Fisher has worked with a varied assortment of horses in her training career, including on hunt yards, livery yards, on a thoroughbred stud, racing stables, event yards and showing yards. Diana is currently training with Carl Hester. She is a UKCC level 2 coach and has worked with The Word Horse Welfare as a Technical Advisor, helping to train the Cambodian team riders, training as a British Dressage judge and is also a Society of Master Saddlers Qualified Saddle Fitter. Diana has competed up to Grade B in Showjumping, Intermediate Eventing and Prix St George Dressage. She teaches Novice to Advanced level riders and is happy to take any level of horse for training.
Christina Fisher
Christina Fisher has ridden since she was one year old. She is now competing at Advanced Medium level dressage. She is currently working for the NHS after completing her Neuroscience Masters Degree in Cambridge.