Bob Moorhouse worked on the Pitchfork ranch for 35 years, in which 20 of those years he served as Manager and Vice President. During that time he captured an authentic pictorial chronicle of the cowboy way of life which resulted in his book Pitchfork Country, The Photography of Bob Moorhouse.
A collection of his photographs was the first traveling exhibit for the American Quarter Horse Heritage Center and Museum. Entitled “Hoofbeats on the Pitchfork Ranch,” the collection has traveled extensively throughout the United States and Europe. His photographs have appeared in many national publications including The Cattleman, Western Horseman, Quarter Horse Journal, American Cowboy and Range Magazine.
Born in Knox City, Texas, to the ranching family of J.C. (Togo) and Lucille Moorhouse, Bob and his wife, Linda, have two daughters, Amy and Keri Ann. He earned a B.S. degree in Animal Science-Business from Texas Tech University. As a director of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, Bob serves on the Labor Committee. He is also a director of the American Quarter Horse Associtaiton, serving on the Marketing Committee. He is an active member of the Ranching Heritage Association and a director of the Working Ranch Cowboys Association. In 2002, Bob was inducted into the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame.
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