About the Owner
As one of this country’s leading horsemen and clinicians, Chris Cox has spent a lifetime learning from the greatest teacher of all, the horse. Raised on a cattle ranch in the wilds of Australia, Chris has had opportunities that most horsemen of this day and age will never experience. With only horses for transporta- tion, and a cattle ranch as his life, Chris learned at an early age how to appreciate the abilities and traditions of the great men and horses around him.
With his practical, straightforward approach, Chris teaches horse people how to get results. Influenced in his early years by both the English and Western traditions, he has implemented a proven style and technique that can be applied universally across all disciplines.
Chris has been conducting clinics and demonstrations for over 28 years.
Successful trainer/breeder and major competitor in the cutting horse world.
Competes in Reined Cow Horse and Team Roping events.
Four time undefeated Road to the Horse World Champion.
Inducted into the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame in 2015.
Monty Roberts Lifetime Achievement Award in 2016.
Chris has dedicated his life to teaching horsemen and women in the hope that they will come to understand and appreciate horses in their lives. Chris Cox demonstrates, with dedication and mutual respect, to achieve a versatile and willing partnership between horse and human.
Chris lives on the Diamond Double C Ranch in Mineral Wells, TX with his wife Barbara and two children, Charley and Case, where he conducts 3, 4 and 6 day horsemanship clinics throughout the year. He is also the headliner clinician/speaker at several Horse Expos throughout the United States as well as filming his weelky television show, Chris Cox Horsemanship, which airs on RFD-TV.
” The Summer heat in Texas keeps me on the road. This means not spending quality time with my family while my children are out of school for the summer… “
” …The Triangle C Ranch will allow me to never again miss an opportunity to watch them grow up, meaning I’ll never have to confront the fear not being there for my family.”