Cowboy Quotes and Sayings - Page 3
Mud on My Face , Dirt In My Hair, The Way I Barrel race Makes The Cowboys Stare! (:
My Dad is World Champion Bareback Rider, And he dang sure is a Cowboy. <3
It ain’t where, it’s how you live.
We weren’t raised to take, but we were raised to give the shirt off our back to anyone in need.
– Brantley Gilbert “Country Must be Country Wide”
With a few years behind me, I know! Cowboys aren’t born. Cowboys are self made men. We are a product of what we choose to be. It isn’t the hat that makes the cowboy. It’s the cowboys that make the hat. You people are describing an image not a way of life. Country boys live in and enjoy the country. Cowboys live on a ranch and make a living out of it. Farmers live on a farm and make a living out of it. That’s why they call it country dancing and not cowboy dancing……so everyone can enjoy.
Don’t drink water down stream from the herd.
Cowgirls lead, cowboys follow.
OK I have to have my 2 cents in this ..Just because you wear boots and hat or if you think you have a southern talk doesn’t make you a cowboy or cowgirl. But if you ride bulls or any other event you should be considered a cowboy or cowgirl. Because in Rodeo not one event is easy or not dangerous. Rodeo was made for cowboys and cowgirls so if you ride then you are one. You sure the heck don’t see city slickers out there riding bulls or horses.And yea cowboys and cowgirls do respect people. But not sit there and say to someone that they ain’t a cowboy or cowgirl AND THEY RIDE.
Always drink upstream from the herd.. And if you see a rope laying in my yard, be careful picking it up, there’s probably a horse on the other end of it.. Happy Trails.
Hope you like dust because when I get through that gate that’s all your going to see.
When you lay me down to rest lay my bridle upon my chest, bury me by my horse that’s all I need to be in peace.
Don’t call em cowboy till you seen em ride.
You know you have a cowboy’s heart when he lets you wear his cowboy hat.
Ride like there is no tomorrow, because the only promise is today.
Shut Up and Ride.
Cowboys ride horses.
Shouldn’t they be called horseboys???
I don’t have a quote but every one who thinks they are cowgirls or cowboys aren’t you have to be the person working hard for your animals out in a blizzard to be a cowgirl or a cowboy!! Just if you have a horse or something doesn’t mean you are a cowgirl or cowboy! So deal with it and stop saying you are a cowgirl or cowboy so shut up already.
Cowboys may come and go but a horse is forever.
Cowboy is a breed tougher than nails and strong as steel.
Cowgirl Up Cos The Buckle Don’t Shine in The Dirt.
If cowboys picked wives like they pick horses they would have lifelong mates.
Asking to borrow someones saddle is like asking to borrow someone’s girlfriend, you just don’t do that.
Cowboys and men are two totally different breeds.
You’ll see, life’s path is easier to walk with a horse between your legs!
Take my man, stay away from my horse!
A cowboy is a gentleman with or without his hat and boots.
A cowboy never tries on another man’s hat, its like gettin’ on his horse.
Sorry I don’t have a quote but I was reading all these other quotes on here and about half of them are BS, I’ve been a cowboy my whole life and when I was growing up we said our yes sir/mam and held the door open for women and old cowboys and cowgirls. So when I say that just because you own a pair of boots, spurs, a hat, drive a truck, or just have a horse doesn’t mean your a cowboy. People who walk around saying their cowboys and don’t have anything to back it up with make us real cowboys look bad. Oh and by the way JUST because you ride bulls doesn’t make you a cowboy, not once have I ever been asked “Hey man do you think you could come over some time and break my bull for me”. It’s stupid and you’re not a cowboy.
Anyway that’s just my two cents.
The history of “A man to ride the river with” comes from when Texas Rangers patrolled the Rio Grande on horseback guarding against outlaws and Indians. It, of course, meant someone you could always count on in a dangerous situation.