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Archie Cox Biography

 

Archie Cox
Hunters • Equitation • Jumpers

President: Pacific Coast Horse Shows Association

Sits on the Board of Directors:

     • United States Hunter Jumper Association
     • Pacific Coast Horse Shows Association
     • Washington International Horse Show
     • Pierce College Equine Advisory Board

  

 

Archie Cox Biography

 

18 UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

CHAMPIONS:
Devon Horse Show 2007
Pennsylvania National Horse Show 2007, 2008
Washington International Horse Show 2004, 2007, 2008
Syracuse Invitational Sporthorse Tournament 2004
Del Mar National Horse Show
Menlo Charity Horse Show

ASPCA NATIONAL WINNER 2003

 

In 2011 Archie was named Horseman of the Year by the California Professional Horseman's Association

He was a founding board member of the United States Hunter Jumper Association

Archie served on the United States Equestrian Federation board of Directors from 2007-2009

On an interesting note in 1977 Archie's grandmother Mrs. Phyllis Cox was on the ASHA (now USEF) board of directors

 

Visit his website: archiecox.com

 

Archie's Video Topics:


A Flat Ride

On course, all the adjustments made to your track and your pace has to happen seamlessly, almost invisibly. The best place to rehearse these subtle skills you need over fences is on the flat. Join top trainer Archie Cox as he gives his rider a flat school using exercises to enhance the horse’s responsiveness and rideability.

Running Time: 13 mintues and 8 seconds

Ground Lines

As the trainer of champions at the most prestigious horse shows in the country, Archie Cox has a talent for instilling confidence in his students and horses as well as achieving superior performance. In this topic Archie produces the horse’s best jump possible by modifying ground lines to enhance his bascule over the fence.

Running Time: 19 minutes and 45 seconds

Preparing the Junior-Amateur Horse

Join Archie Cox and his rider, Shelby Wakeman, as they school a horse for optimum rideability and performance for his junior rider in preparation for an upcoming show.

Running Time: 17 minutes and 54 seconds