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Synonyms for bronc

an unbroken or imperfectly broken mustang

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For those tough enough to make it to the Championship round, they will need to make a historic commitment to toughness and grit as they will compete and ride an unprecedented six times in one night (4 broncs and 2 bulls).
To ride bareback broncs or bulls, all you needed was your riggin' and a gunny sack to tote it in.
One of a rare breed, he's been training for the position since he was 11 and jumped into the frontier fantasy of life under a 10-gallon hat by riding broncs and bulls near his hometown of Paducah, Texas.
Anchorage Bulls, Broncs & Barrels Last Frontier Rodeo
Buckin' broncs helped kick off the 104th annual Master Brewers Association of the Americas Convention in Calgary, Alberta.
Events include exciting rodeo action with Steer Wrestling, Bareback Broncs, Tie Down Roping, Bull Riding, Saddle Bronc Riding, Team Roping, Wild Horse Racing, Chuck Wagon Racing, the fast-paced WPRA Women's Barrel Racing, and returning the popular Wild Cow Milking.
The Broncs have been busted by the Vaqueros, and a fair number of South Texas college students are none too happy about it.
Think of the century-old Pendleton Round-Up and of course you think of tough cowboys riding broncs and bulls.
The Broncs are still a zone-blocking outfit that looks for the backs to make one cut and quickly get up the field.
For the best in spectator sports, catch the action as man challenges bulls and broncs at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo or head down to San Antonio and catch the reigning world champion San Antonio Spurs in action.
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Nine rushers combined for 144 yards on 29 carries, with four touchdowns, for the Broncs (2-3, 2-1).
The broncs are wild animals or spoiled saddle horses.
Kenton Randle, the pride of the Paddle Prairie Metis Settlement in northeastern Alberta, once again showed he is a force to be reckoned with as the veteran saddle bronc competitor managed to stick all six of his broncs.
Typically one of the best mid-major teams in the nation, but Broncs have never won at Pac-10 site.