Cowboy Quotes and Sayings
If you haven’t fallen off a horse…then you haven’t been ridin long enough.
May your belly never grumble, may your heart never ache, may your horse never stumble, may your cinch never break.
A real cow boy ain’t the one that gets on a bull to show off to a bunch of girls a real cow boy is the man that is out in the snow at 10 below caring for his cows before anything else.
Any man can be thrown from an untamed horse, but it takes a real man to get back on and tame it.
Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.
If it is a horse ride it, if it is a fence fix it, if she is a lady treat her like a queen.
True Cowboys Are The Ones Who Aren’t Afraid To Get Dirty.
– Lane Frost
A cowboy’s hands are as strong as steel as tough as leather put soft enough to touch a hummingbirds wing and the skin of a woman and not disturb the beauty of either.
I’ve been riding cows on the range ever since I could breathe. My spurs have always had jingle bobs on them and my boots have always been tall. My hats have always been flat and my ropes long. The words I have spoke have been as honest as the horse between my legs. And my life as simple as the ground I walk.
But we’re disappearing you see all the cowboys like me? Where have they all gone the real ones the gritty ones the get er done ones? If anyone wants to find me I’ll be out on the range you see? If you find me say howdy and let me know we’re not the last of a dying breed.
A real cowboy doesn’t have to say they are a cowboy you know, the smell, the expression and the heart tells itself.
Hey matthew…real cowboys don’t need to correct people. They just smile, nod their head,and say yep. Each to his own. That’s the cowboy way.
“Don’t be afraid to go after what you want to do, and what you want to be. But don’t be afraid to be willing to pay the price.”
– Lane Frost
The boy who chooses to love me must also love my horses.
When they lay me down to rest Put my spurs and rope upon my chest. Get my friends to carry me and then go turn my horses free.
You may have a cowboy hat, spurs, chaps, and a horse but you’re not a cow boy till you can ride like one.
If you climb in the saddle, be ready for the ride.
Before cussing the boss, saddle your horse
The phrase ‘he’ll do to ride the river with’ comes from the trail drives. Often a river needed to be crossed is suddenly flooded with swift currents from flash floods many miles away. These can come up quite suddenly and a herd caught in one is in a lot of trouble.
A cowboy who would go into such a whirling watery mess to help another rider is risking his own life to do so. Hence, if a cowboy will do that, he’s not only brave, but strong and loyal, a good friend.
So if there’s someone in your life who you would trust with anything and everything, he’ll ‘do to ride the river with’. :)
If your not makin’ dust your eattin’ it.
It aint worth fussin’ about unless the bone is showin’ or you ain’t got no feelin’ in it…even then you should cowboy up and walk it off.
Winning ain’t everything but losing ain’t fun either. Ride to win!!
An Old Blessing
May your stomach never grumble.
May your heart never ache.
May your horse never stumble.
May your cinch never break.
I’m waiting on my corn, bull riding, truck driven, tractor pulling, farm workin, country livin, life lovin, hat wearin country boy.
COWBOYS: Live Free, Ride Hard!!
It may not be the easy way, but it’s the cowboy way.
Old cowboys never die, they just smell that way.
Cowgirls are like barbed wire…handle with care.