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Bronc Busting

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CattleAnnie

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A new take on bronc riding.



Take care.
 

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Good One Annie
Brings back old memories of my younger days.
 

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la4angus":1cegz4f2 said:
Good One Annie
Brings back old memories of my younger days.

Mine too. Younger but sure not smarter.

dun
 

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sidney411":lx2kpm3z said:
OOOUUUCCCHHH!!!!! :eek:

That had to break a lot of bones on that cowboy! Poor guy!

It did. you are right in both instances.
 

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la4angus":2slypmfc said:
txshowmom":2slypmfc said:
Poor guy thats got to hurt!
It did. Don't try it.

See I knew you bronc busters were teched in the head, why I stuck with the bulls. Never wanted on anything that could throw me high enough for the bluebirds to build a nest in my back pocket.
 

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TxCoUnTrYbOy":2una8sgj said:
Ill stick with bulls..... That does look slightly painful though.

40 plus years a go I tried all three. Can't tell now which aches and pains came from which.

dun
 
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