bronco buster

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Synonyms for bronco buster

a person who breaks horses

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Another would-be bronco buster, who had scrambled back to safety after his ride bucked in the chute, saved face by giving the delighted audience an elaborate curtsy and bow that would have been the envy of any Busby Berkeley dancer.
KING OF THE SWINGERS: Sole male survivor Tony shows he's got what it takes to do battle with his four female rivals deep in the Australian jungle; SITTING IT OUT: Tara ponders Tony's chest; RIDING HIGH: It's Nell the bronco buster
This cover by Kurt Ard seems to beg the question: Who looks sillier, a little bronco buster in a five-gallon hat or a grown woman in a space helmet?
He made prints featuring a basketball player (Slam Dunk), a body builder, a bronco buster and a hot-dog vender.
"Casey Bathelmess, 80 years old, once a bronco buster and a cowpoke, shifted on his crutches outside the depot.
George Washington over the office's fireplace, and "The Bronco Buster," the stirring Frederic Remington bronze sculpture.
In 1917, with many young men off at war, 19-year-old Martha is an itinerant bronco buster.
Then, children were shown pictures of Remington's bronze sculptures Bronco Buster (1895) and The Horse Thief (1907).
We watched the door for bronco busters coming in for lunch, and once he swore he saw Hopalong Cassidy get into a Cadillac.
But this story of pals riding in to Mexico to be bronco busters and one falling for the daughter of their wealthy boss, doesn't sit well in the saddle.