Cowboy Quotes and Sayings

Don’t be a city slicker with your windows up AC on and your hat on the dash of your clean, never seen mud truck.
Go big or go home.
Get dirty or stay stuck.

Submitted by: Abbylyn

Vote for this if your daddy was or is a bull rider, bronc rider, and is your hero?
Rest in peace daddy?

Submitted by: rogers cowgirl

There’s more to being a cowboy than just wearing the boots!!!!

Submitted by: De

True Cowboys Are The Ones Who Aren’t Afraid To Get Dirty.
– Lane Frost

Submitted by: Chezney 101

Spurs, Chaps, and a Cowboy Hat. That’s all it takes to make a country girl smile.:)

Submitted by: i

An Old Blessing
May your stomach never grumble.
May your heart never ache.
May your horse never stumble.
May your cinch never break.

Submitted by: Moose

When they lay me down to rest Put my spurs and rope upon my chest. Get my friends to carry me and then go turn my horses free.

Submitted by: Veronica

If you ain’t making dust you’re eating it!

Submitted by: southern Cuty :)

Ride like the wind, or get blown away.
– Unknown

Submitted by: Barbra

Country Man, Cowboy Boots, and Cowboy Hats…what else does a country girl want!!!!?

Submitted by: Milagros

Don’t call him cowboy till ya see him ride.

Submitted by: Nay

You can take the boy out of country, but you can’t take the country out of the boy.

Submitted by: Kain

Eat Sleep Ride

Submitted by: trent

It doesn’t matter if a Cowboy lives in the mountains or in the flats, as long as it’s warm and there is a place to lay his hat.

Submitted by: Kim

The phrase ‘he’ll do to ride the river with’ comes from the trail drives. Often a river needed to be crossed is suddenly flooded with swift currents from flash floods many miles away. These can come up quite suddenly and a herd caught in one is in a lot of trouble.
A cowboy who would go into such a whirling watery mess to help another rider is risking his own life to do so. Hence, if a cowboy will do that, he’s not only brave, but strong and loyal, a good friend.
So if there’s someone in your life who you would trust with anything and everything, he’ll ‘do to ride the river with’. :)

Submitted by: Breck Haines

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