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Northern Rancher

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Finally got out to Mayerthorpe yesterday and picked up our stud were leasing-I'd went on Breeder's Connection lookiung for a rough stock stud to lease and Dusty and Carol were good enough to give us 'Blue Feathers' for the summer. He's a bucker but he'd make a darn nice saddle horse-just a good solid blue roan horse. Real nice horse to handle too-he brought his mares up to the yard just at sundown what a pretty sight-can't wait for the colts. The kids bucked their young 3 yeare old bull at our local rodeo saturday and he turned out to be the crowd favorite-he's not bad to handle at home but it's game on when you rattle the steel. He mauled the dummy pretty good after he bucked off his cowboy.
 

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Big Muddy rancher said:
NR "He mauled the dummy pretty good after he bucked off his cowboy."




That could be one and the same.

:wink: :cowboy:

I'm afraid I would have to agree. I don't understand what it is that makes otherwise sane people want to climb on a bulls back. :? :???:
 

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"don't know why you'd want to ride a bull when there are plenty of good saddle horses to ride"-- or something like that...
 

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You can trip on a shoelace and get hurt too-besides any horse I had to ride in the States wasn't much smoother than a bull lol. I raise 'em I don't ride them lol.
 

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