RIDING THE ROUGH STRING

BY H. CLAY DAHLBERG

Edition of 40
24"H x 18" L x 11" W (including base)

Bucking horses and the men who could ride them comprise an ideal image in the continuing chronicle of the cowboy. "There never was a horse that couldn't be rode, and there never was a man who couldn't be throwed" are words they still live by in cow country. Ordinary cowboys are hard to perceive in the dust of the drive, or in the commotion of the corral. But the bronc peeler stands out and his exploits are the stuff from which legends are born.

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