Cowboy Quotes and Sayings - Page 7
Once my momma asked my grandpa how to train her horse to pull a cart. Grandpa laughed and answered “Hook ‘em up and head ‘em east.”
Winning ain’t everything but losing ain’t fun either. Ride to win!!
COWBOYS: work hard, play well, love soft, and are a hell of alot better than any other BOY I’ve ever seen.
You can either go cry in the truck or cowboy up!!!
“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.”
Ride em’ and slide em’ don’t feed em’ and lead em’.
May your belly never grumble, may your heart never ache, may your horse never stumble, may your cinch never break.
“Cowgirl Up” means to rise to the occasion, not to give up, and to do it all without whining or complaining.
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.
Hold on young fella don’t let him go hes mighty big and mighty strong but thats what ya knees are for
was once quoted bye a true cowboy I new
“Cowboys are stronger than two red onions.”
If your not makin’ dust your eattin’ it.
“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.
A cowboy is not a cowboy without rodeo. Rodeo is not a rodeo with out a cowboy.
Are you gonna cowboy up or lie there and bleed?
Love guts & glory, 1 mortals chance at fame , his legacy is rodeo and cowboy is his name
I’d gladly trade 8 seconds for a lifetime of watching from the stands.
There never was a cowboy who couldn’t be throwed; there never was a horse who couldn’t be rode.
- Cowboy proverb
In every cowboys life he gets himself a god horse a good woman and a good loop!
Shoot Low Sheriff! He’s ridin a Shetland!
Life’s hard. It’s even harder when you’re stupid.
- John Wayne
You can’t tell how good a man or a watermelon is ’til they get thumped.
Don’t judge people by their relatives.
It’s the bulls and blood, dust and mud, and the roar of a Sunday crowd.
The cowboy is a patriot.