Bob Moorhouse is a retired General Manager and current member of the Board of Directors of the Pitchfork Land and Cattle Co. of Guthrie and Benjamin, Texas and also in Eskridge, Kansas where commercial Hereford and Crossbred cattle are raised, as well as Quarter Horses for ranch use. Bob was the manager for the Pitchfork Ranch from 1986 to 2007.

Bob was born November 6, 1947 in Knox City, Texas to J.C. (Togo) and Lucille Moorhouse. He is a graduate of Texas Tech University, receiving a B.S. degree in Animal Business.

He is a director of Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers where he serves on the TSCRA Labor Committee, a director of the American Quarter Horse Association, serving on the Marketing Committee, superintendent of the West Texas Fair and Rodeo Hereford show in Abilene, Texas, member of the Ranching Heritage Association in Lubbock, Texas and a Director of the Working Ranch Cowboys Association in Amarillo, Texas.

A collection of Moorhouse’s photographs has become the American Quarter Horse Heritage Center and Museum’s first traveling exhibit. It has traveled extensively throughout the United States and Europe, entitled "Hoofbeats on the Pitchfork Ranch". He has also been published in various publications including, The Cattlemen, Western Horseman, Quarterhorse Magazine, American Cowboy, Range Magazine as well as other publication. Bob became interested in photography 18 years ago. Knowing he had the best subject matter he became interested in capturing a pictoral chronicle of the cowboy way of life. His photography hangs in various major oil companies, businesses and private offices and homes.

He and his wife Linda have two daughters Amy and Keri Ann.