Luke Jones grew up in Allerton, IA. Through high school, he competed in cutting, calf roping and team roping. This enabled him to go to nationals all four years on horses that Luke trained and broke on his own. This success allowed him to start training outside horses. After finishing college in 2001, Luke moved back to Allerton and started training full time. He and his wife, Erin, built Trails End Arena that same year. Since, he has trained numerous AQHA World Qualifiers in working cow horse, reining, heading, heeling and calf roping. He won the NCRCHA Open Futurity in 2008. Luke qualified for the Open finals at the Snaffle Bit Futurity in 2010. He was the SRCHA Intermediate Open Futurity Champion, SDRCHA Open Futurity Champion and NCRCHA Open Futurity and Derby in 2011. He won the Intermediate AQHA World Championship in Jr. Cow Horse, 6th and 11 in Jr. Working Cow Horse, 9th in Sr. Heading and a finalist in Jr. Calf Roping.