Cowboy Quotes and Sayings - Page 8
A cowboy never tries on another man’s hat, its like gettin’ on his horse.
There are only two things you’ll see on the back of a bull. A fly and a fool.
Save money on the bull, ride a cowboy.
Boots, chaps and cowboy hats… Nothing else matters.
Cowgirl Up Cos The Buckle Don’t Shine in The Dirt.
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.
If it ain’t broke don’t go to trying to fix it.
The quickest way to double your money is to fold it over and put it back into your pocket.
The cowboy must never shoot first, hit a smaller man or take unfair advantage.
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.
Speak your mind, but ride a fast horse.
Cowboys are neat, every country girl should have one.
The image of a cowboy is boots and spurs and chaps but really…being a cowboy is the way you were raised, your morals and the determination and sacrifices you make that develop you who you are…the true cowboys are the ones that love God and who know what they want in life those are the kinds of cowboys that us girls want. A man that loves his family, that loves me, and cherishes the opportunities that are placed in front of him. A man that can over come and pick his fights, someone with manners and of course…A TRUCK! If he happens to come with a horse, a cowboy hat and some boots…then dang. I am all set.
A cowboy is someone who will work his fingers to the bone and not give up no matter how bad it gets. So…you break your finger well quitting ain’t gonna put supper on the table and pay the house off you just keep on going instead of making excuse to give up.
Never Been a Horse that can’t be Rode, Never Been a Cowboy that can’t be Thrown.
Never slap a man who’s chewing tobacco.
Ain’t nothin’ like ridin’ a fine horse in new country.
I can’t say I’m a cowboy because that’s just not what we do. We don’t tell everyone that we know everything and we don’t gloat that were not afraid to get dirty.
What we do shows through the pride we have in our work. The pride we have when our cattle slip in the sale ring on sale day. The quite pride we have when our horse cuts out a cow. We don’t boast or brag that we know more then the next guy. We may not have the best language around but I guarantee well stop and listen to an elder talk or open a door for a woman. We’ll talk to a child like he was our own.
Our horse is God’s gift to us. We respect every aspect of this animal yet no boasting is necessary, we show through performance. Our pickup and trailer may not be the nicest but it’s ours and that’s enough for us. Whether we back into the box or open the gate to the pasture, we will always live a simple life with our lord to thank.
It’s the bulls and blood, dust and mud, and the roar of a Sunday crowd.
Cowboys may come and go but a horse is forever.