Silver wrote: leanin' H wrote:
Canadians cant ride buckin' horses!
If ya want it done Wright, then it takes a Utahn.
Billy won every 10th round in the history of the NFR didn't he?
But I don't know about the first 4 rounds in a row.
Just watch, one lonely guy from North of the 56th parallel with no sponsors can out ride four or five wannabe's from Utah on the average any time! 5 more rides will prove me correct!
We all know no one from Utah ever made a real cowboy anyway!
Why you frozen eared Hoser!!!
Of course he is lonely, he's a Canadian. He is probably sponsored by a firewood company, a polar bear import/export corporation and a marijuana grower from Vancouver. And speaking of average, did ya happen to notice that along with winning 4 strait rounds, Mr. Wright is also winning the average with 345 points on 4 head. A Canuck couldn't score that high on 25 head. (Not to mention add that high)
Now just so everyone has full disclosure, I am only basing my harsh judgment of cowboy ability north of the 56th parallel on the Canadians I know. That would be yourself, Gcreek, BMR and few other goofballs with frostbitten extremities and a high threshold for misery. BMR had to have Tam buy him a pony and a cute little cart. He claimed it was for the grandkids but he aint foolin' anyone with that fairy tale. Gcreek went over to the 4 wheeler dark side years ago after a tragic accident with a stickhorse. And I know I wasn't supposed to let the cat outa the bag on you Silver but I have to defend all Utahns against your insane logic. The truth is Silver was a heck of a hand in the Bronc riding. On his last ride he was sittin' pretty, just scratching that old equine fore and aft like a postcard. But then that bronc kinda sunfished on him some and he found himself in a world of hurt. He somehow got a boot clear through the stirrup and was getting drug and plumb stomped. Thankfully the greeter at the Canadian Walmart heard the ruckus and ran over and unplugged the horsey ride. That was a close one for sure....