Cowboy Quotes and Sayings - Page 5
Cowboys don’t take bath, they just dust off
COWBOYS: work hard, play well, love soft, and are a hell of alot better than any other BOY I’ve ever seen.
My dad who was a cowboy till the day he died had a saying about a few “Wanna be’s” he’d say; ” that boy wouldn’t make a pimple on a cowboy’s butt” and when I was riding a cranky or mule headed horse he’s always say; “Ride him for what he’s worth and you’ll get along fine” and I always knew what he meant and that he was right.
Cowboys don’t cry!!
Maybe just a little bit when the dust gets in their eyes.
A cowboy is a person who loves his horse, and being out on the ranch doing the hard and dirty work, and is loyal to his girl.
I love my cowboy.
Sometimes the best cowboys, ain’t cowboys at all.
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.
I have my horse, my dog…can you remind me again why I need a Cowboy?
A true cowboy is a guy who stands up for any country/cowgirl in the bar or anywhere.
He always makes time for his lady.
Through rain or snow or even drought he goes and finds his cattle.
Arrogance is the cowboy that talks, confidence is the cowboy that shows.
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.
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.
“A true cowboy is one who says it was nothing when it was everything and that belives that be did better than first but worse than last.”
Riding: the art of keeping the horse between you and the ground.
Ride em’ and slide em’ don’t feed em’ and lead em’.
Country isn’t where your from, it’s who you are.
Saddle Up. Shut Up. Hold Tight.
American by birth, cowgirl by choice.
“Cowboys are stronger than two red onions.”
Cowgirls lead, cowboys follow.
Any ride you come back top side, is a great ride!
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.
If I got air miles for every unscheduled dismount I’ve had. I could fly around the world three times.
When they lay me down to rest, put my spurs and rope upon’ my chest. Get my friends to carry me.
A cowboy can neva be careful until he buys a white horse and a white hat…
Now I’m seeing all of this stuff bout boots n spurs n stuff but to me a cowboy is just a man that does what is asked of him and puts work and other people ahead of themselves. They do the things that need to be done before they go off drinking beer or whatever they do for pleasure.
And there is one quote that I believe in: you ain’t a cowboy till you’ve worked a full cowboy day.
Not to be offensive to any of you who think you are a “Cowboy” or “Cowgirl” but I agree with several posters, it doesn’t matter if your raising cattle in Montana or horses in Texas. You know if your life stops between February and June to make sure your foals/calves make it and you have a crop for next year. When this is the life that has been handed down to you from generations back, when you have been in the hospital with your own injuries and watched your friends and loved ones in the hospital, when the last thought before leaving the graveyard is “He is the last of a dying breed” and you know that they don’t make cattlemen and horsemen like him anymore. Then you might be what so many wanna be.
Don’t call yourself a cowboy when your hat is on your dash and you wear jeans with rhinestones on the butt. A cowboy doesn’t care what he looks like as much as that the job gets done and the cattle and horses are tended to!
Few scars on a fella can mean a lot of things. But fair chance he’s a quitter. A lot a scars can mean a few things too. But there’s a fair chance he’s never been one.
Spit in one hand and wish in the other, then see which one gets fuller!
Cowboys ride horses.
Shouldn’t they be called horseboys???
I’d gladly trade 8 seconds for a lifetime of watching from the stands.
Hey y’all a true cowboy is one who only talks with that accent, who wears boots with everything!, who ain’t too rich and ain’t too poor, and who wears his wranglers no matter how hot it is, who can’t live without his dip, who loves them big trucks, who always wearing that cowboy hat even if everyone else doesn’t, A true cowboy is BORN not MADE!, and won’t ever leave the house without his hat!!! I love them southern rednecks!
What do you call 47 millionaires watching the super bowl on tv?
The Dallas Cowboys
If you ain’t God or George Strait, take your boots off.
All a real cowboy needs is a bull, his boots and beer.
Don’t drink water down stream from the herd.
There are only two things you’ll see on the back of a bull. A fly and a fool.
Beer, Rum, Hat, Boots, Horse… What else does a cowboy or cowgirl want!!!
Size does matter! The bigger the buckle the better!
“I don’t have a quote,but I do need some help finding the meaning or the history of the phrase “A man to ride the river with”, then maybe we’ll have a quote.”
Someone to ride the river with – a person to be counted on; reliable
When you’re a cowboy, life isn’t all about horses and rodeo’s. It’s about mud and dirt, and cowboy boots.
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.