Archives for September2012

Post-Trials Chat with Roy

We are considering the possibility of publishing interviews with Roy in the future. This is a quick test of the concept as we discuss the recent cattle dog trials in Wichita Falls, Texas, on September 13, 2012.

The interview can be found under the MEDIA main menu tab on the AUDIO INTERVIEWS page.

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Event Info for Sept 13 Trials in Wichita Falls, Texas

If you are interested in just attending and watching, CLICK HERE to learn more about the Red River Cattle Dog Trials competition scheduled for Thursday.

Roy Cox is scheduled to compete with two dogs in the Pro Novice class and two dogs on the Nursery class.

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Red River Cattle dog Trial
Thursday, September 13, 2012

Trial Host:

Langdon Reagan



J.A. Birdwell Ag Center
1111 N Burnett Street
Wichita Falls, Texas

Directions to Birdwell Ag Center.

Off of 287: Exit 1A. Left on 6th street. 2 Blocks left on Burnett Street.

Off of 281 S: Take 6th street exit (MPEC Exit). Left on Travis. Left on 5th street. Rt. On Burnett (Will cross bridge and go past Exhibit Hall)


Classes Offered: 1 day, one trial

Open, Pro-Novice, Novice, Nursery & Intermediate


Start Time: 8:00 A.M. Open Handler’s meeting at 7:30 A.M.Entry Fee: Open, Pro-Novice, Novice, Nursery & Intermediate

$60.00 ($30.00 Payback) – Pay 1 for every 4 entries

If you need RV hookups reservations are taken at Kay Yeager Coliseum Box office.

INFORMATION taken online from

Can’t go wrong!

“I’ve been good friends with Roy since the 90’s, he is one of the finest cow dog trainer’s in the US. You can’t go wrong with a Roy Cox bred or trained dog. Roy knows cattle and the kind of dog it takes to handle them.”

– on 7/27/2012 by Ronnie Liles of Athens, Louisiana

Yet to see a more effective stockman!

“Have known Roy for nearly twenty years. Have yet to see a more effective stockman.”

– on 8/19/2012 by Kelly Cornforth of Nanton, Alberta, Canada

Relaxed and balanced dogs!

“I am very excited with the results I am getting from my dogs after applying Roy’s method of sanction and stimulus. Their new frame of mind has resulted in relaxed, balanced dogs. They no longer require constant supervision whether they’re working cattle or out socializing in new surroundings. We are enjoying all aspects of work and life as a team now and I can’t thank Roy enough for giving me the tools to achieve this.”

– on 6/17/2012 by Debbie Philleo of Okanogan, Washington

Best with either Species!

“I have known Roy for approximately 18 years. I have been to his clinics and also have used him to train some of my dogs. Spud is the latest dog that I have that was trained by Roy. He is a pleasure to work and very fun to be around.

I have attempted to learn as much as I can from Roy in training dogs and horses. He is one of the very best when it comes to either species.”

– on 7/21/2012 by Brad Cook of Weatherford, Texas

Genius with a dog and a horse.

“I have known Roy for over 25 years. He has trained dogs and horses for us. He taught me more about cutting than I had ever known before. He is a genius with a dog and a horse. He tells you what you need to hear, not what you want to hear.”

– on 8/26/2012 by Mary Dangelmayr of Muenster, Texas

Roy in Wichita Falls Sept 13

Roy will be competing in a few of the trials on Thursday, September 13, 2012, in the Red River Cattledog Trial which is a Midsouth Regional Finals Qualifying Trial. Details are still pending.

Website for NCA:

Oklahoma Stock Horse Assoc. Demo

Roy will be the Stock Horse clinician at the upcoming OKSHA event in Admore, OK on September 15-16, 2012.

Here’s a link to more information.