Cowboy Quotes and Sayings
Ride like the wind, or get blown away.
I have my horse, my dog…can you remind me again why I need a Cowboy?
Country Man, Cowboy Boots, and Cowboy Hats…what else does a country girl want!!!!?
Life’s hard. It’s even harder when you’re stupid.
– John Wayne
If you find yourself in a hole, the first thing to do is stop digging.
– Will Rogers
Asking to borrow someones saddle is like asking to borrow someone’s girlfriend, you just don’t do that.
Letting the cat outta the bag is a whole lot easier than putting it back.
– Will Rogers
Cowboys and men are two totally different breeds.
Whoever said a horse was dumb, was dumb.
Cowboys don’t sleep they just wait.
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.
If cowboys picked wives like they pick horses they would have lifelong mates.
A cowboy is a gentleman with or without his hat and boots.
Courage is being scared to death and saddling up anyway!
– John Wayne
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.