have cow, be buccarooed on
prichard at LINFIELD.EDU
Thu Mar 8 18:44:01 UTC 2001
That's my notion too; I just hadn't heard or seen it before--and most
likely it would have been heard rather than seen in print.
On Thu, 8 Mar 2001, Bob Haas wrote:
> I'm just hazarding a guess, but I'd bet that "buckarooed on" means that he's
> been used in rodeo competition, particularly in bronco riding--as in bucking
> bronco. I'm getting that from the quote as separate from barrel running
> competition, a sort of slalom for horses.
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