Wellington, FL- July 20, 2012- EquestrianCoach.com is delighted to announce that national champion rider and trainer Archie Cox will be joining their growing list of world-class, renowned, equestrian guest coaches to the ever-growing education site.
Cox was a top junior rider on the east coast, and later attended Drew University where he consistently secured individual and team regional and national titles in the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association.
A revered rider, trainer, coach and clinician, Cox works out of his Brookway Stables at Middle Ranch outside of Los Angeles, CA. Brookway horses and riders have earned many USEF National Championships under his tutelage. He is well known for instilling confidence in both horse and rider and, in turn, accomplishing superior performances.
“I am proud to join the list of world-class equestrians on EquestrianCoach.com,” shared Cox. “Bernie has built an incredible resource for riders looking to improve their skills and trainers to support their lessons.“
The first, must-see topic from Cox is Ground Lines. This well crafted and informative segment demonstrates the use of ground lines to improve the horse’s bascule and quality of jump and assist the rider’s eye. Shelby Wakeman and Victory Road, owned by Harriet Posner demonstrate Cox’s exercise for viewers.
“We had a great time shooting new topics with Archie,” said EquestrianCoach.com’s founder, Bernie Traurig. “We are certain that subscribers will appreciate Archie and his expertise as a great addition to the EquestrianCoach.com guest coach family.”
The World’s leading educational online video source, EquestrianCoach.com provides training topics presented by Bernie Traurig and a host of world-class trainers and competitors, including Rodrigo Pessoa, Eric Lamaze, Laura Kraut, Missy Clark, Peter Pletcher, Louise Serio, Julie Winkel and many more. High quality, dynamic content is constantly added, providing the ideal learning portal for novice through advanced riders. It is a comprehensive resource for amateurs to augment their lessons, for trainers and professionals looking for lesson support materials and for riders with no access to qualified training.