Cowboy Quotes and Sayings
Arrogance is the cowboy that talks, confidence is the cowboy that shows.
You can either lead, follow, or get the hell out of my way.
Go big or go home.
Get dirty, or stay stuck.
My truck is made by wrenches not chopsticks.
A cowboy has never had a 8 to 5 job…you get the job done when it needs to be done.
Y’all ever hear of all hat and no cattle? please! Cattle runs in my family and cowboy in my blood! you don’t learn to be a cowboy! Ya you can learn to ride and learn to drive a truck but you can never go and learn to be a cowboy!
Size does matter! The bigger the buckle the better!
Country isn’t where your from, it’s who you are.
Saddle Up. Shut Up. Hold Tight.
American by birth, cowgirl by choice.
A cowboy is not boots, spurs, hat or a love for John Wayne. It is who you are inside. It is how you treat those around you. It is giving of yourself before you give to yourself. It is a smile that comes from your heart and a howdy that comes from your deeds. A rodeo ride isn’t a prerequisite nor is it a requirement to be a cowboy. It isn’t being able to quote Lonesome Dove or talking about the time you saw Garth Brooks in concert. A cowboy has an aura like no one else. A cowboy makes those around him stand in awe of his wisdom, wit and true grit. He holds his mates hand as well as their heart. He treasures what others take for granted. He steps up when others step down and picks up those who stumble around him. A TRUE cowboy is solid, grounded and a gift from God. That is something no item bought at Sheplers or driven of the lot of a dealership can make.
Well, I ain’t really got a quote that ain’t already been said. But I agree with True Cowboy..
I ain’t the most cliche cowboy, but I still say yes sir/yes maam to my momma, dad, an elders, along with ladies an gentlemen. I wear my boots, I dip an smoke, I ride an drive a truck, I take my hat off when I eat, I say grace, I tip my hat to women, and I don’t spit, cuss,er fight in front of a woman. But before I spend money on my truck er tobacco, er treat myself on sometin, ima work till I can’t work no more, treat my woman with the respect an love she deserves, tend to my animals, make sure the bills is paid, an give thanks to the Good Lord. THEN I might indulge in a little selfishness… All these comments bout “boots, spurs, cowboy hats make the cowboy” an such, well that ain’t nothin but talk. Till you learn to ride an die a good man, take care of yer kin, help yer neighbors and strangers, an still have enough in ya to be wild and free, then you ain’t got no room to talk.
Alright this is ridiculous to answer to all the buckle bunnies and saddle clubers being a cowboy has nothing to do with the horse you ride, boots or hat you wear, or quote you stole off the internet. Being a cowboy is not what you do, it’s who you are. It’s a state of mind. Now you get this state of mind not from rodeo’in or riding your horse on a trail ride. It from breaking ice off the water tanks when it’s 20 below, Checking the herd at 2 am to keep the calves from freezing. Pulling calves in the middle of the night. Checking the creek to make sure you didn’t miss any. Feeding the horses on Christmas morning before sitting down to open gifts. You can’t be a cowboy without putting in the time. Yes most cowboys are gentlemen, but if you really think about the history of cowboys from the cattle drives, they weren’t all that great to be around. And to sum it up, y’all watch too much TV. Cause that’s the cowboys you dreaming about not the real deal.
Some cowboys are born, some are self- made. It’s not about riding in a rodeo, it’s about putting heart into everything you do.You don’t have to have a southern accent, there are plenty of cowboys that come from out west and up north. Remember cowboys started in the west not the south. It’s a way of life, some people have what it takes others don’t.
You can tell how a man treats his woman by the way he treats his horse.
When they lay me down to rest, put my spurs and rope upon’ my chest. Get my friends to carry me.
When you’re a cowboy, life isn’t all about horses and rodeo’s. It’s about mud and dirt, and cowboy boots.
Just because you have boots and spurs on, don’t make you country.
There are cowboys and cowgirls out there who aren’t in the rodeo business like ranchers and farmers. You don’t have to rodeo to be a cowboy. Where I come from if you have to have a horse to do your job on a daily basis that makes you a cowboy, a true cowboy doesn’t have to show off their skills at a rodeo they just face their daily tasks. After all, the true cowboys from the past never participated in a rodeo.