Cowboy Proverbs

A collection of Cowboy Proverbs to inspire you. Wise Cowboy sayings in the form of proverbs that have been passed down for generations.

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cowboy is an animal herder who tends cattle on ranches in North America, traditionally on horseback, and often performs a multitude of other ranch-related tasks. The historic American cowboy of the late 19th century arose from the vaquero traditions of northern Mexico and became a figure of special significance and legend. A subtype, called a wrangler, specifically tends the horses used to work cattle. In addition to ranch work, some cowboys work for or participate in rodeos. Cowgirls, first defined as such in the late 19th century, had a less-well documented historical role, but in the modern world work at identical tasks and have obtained considerable respect for their achievements. Cattle handlers in many other parts of the world, particularly South America and Australia, perform work similar to the cowboy.

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Cowboy coffee ain’t safe drinkin’. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboy is a breed tougher than nails and strong as steel. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboy up or go sit in the truck. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboy: They are all so tough on the outside, but so sweet and soft on the inside. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboys and men are two totally different breeds. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboys are born, they ain’t made! – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboys are gentlemen who treat women with respect and work hard. They use their manners more than any other man would and ride horse and bulls like their is no tomorrow. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboys are neat, every country girl should have one. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboys are stronger than two red onions. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboys don’t cry!! – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboys don’t sleep they just wait. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboys don’t take bath, they just dust off. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboys don’t walk round calling themselves cowboys.

Cowboys don’t go around breaking hearts. – Missy Lyons

Cowboys don’t take bath, they just dust off. – Tornado

Cowboys may come and go but a horse is forever. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboys need nothin’ more than a hat, horse, and the will to ride. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboys ride horses. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboys they are all so tough on the outside, but so sweet and soft on the inside. – Amber

Cowboys work hard, play well, love soft, and are a hell of alot better than any other boy I’ve ever seen. – Olivia Flannery

Cowboys aren’t easy to love but they have the biggest hearts in the world. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowgirl Up Cos The Buckle Don’t Shine in The Dirt. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowgirls are like barbed wire…handle with care. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowgirls lead, cowboys follow. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowgirls, a way of living. – Cowboy Proverb

…God gave me my talent and I was afraid of facing him one day if I didn’t use it. – Jack Sorenson

A bronc rider should be light in the head and heavy in the seat. – Cowboy Proverb

A bull is like a dancing partner, you just have to let him lead. – Cowboy Proverb

A bumble bee is considerably faster than a John Deere tractor. – Cowboy Proverb

A closed mouth gathers no boots. – Cowboy Proverb

A cork screw never pulled a man out of a hole. – Cowboy Proverb

A cow outfit’s never better than its hosses. – Cowboy Proverb

A cowboy can never be careful until he buys a white horse and a white hat… – Cowboy Proverb

A cowboy doesn’t ride a bull for fame he rides because he loves riding. – Cowboy Proverb

A cowboy has never had a to job…you get the job done when it needs to be done. – Cowboy Proverb

A cowboy hat looks silly on anyone who isn’t a cowboy. – Cowboy Proverb

A cowboy is a gentleman with or without his hat and boots. – Cowboy Proverb

A cowboy is a man with guts and a horse. – William James

A cowboy is a person who loves his horse, and being out on the ranch doing the hard and dirty work, and is loyal to his girl. – Cowboy Proverb

A cowboy is not a cowboy without rodeo. Rodeo is not a rodeo with out a cowboy. – Cowboy Proverb

A cowboy never betrays a trust. – Cowboy Proverb

A cowboy never tries on another man’s hat, its like gettin’ on his hosse. – Cowboy Proverb

A cowboy stays on the job until it gets done, no matter how dark it is outside. – Cowboy Proverb

A cowboy should have one good horse, one good dog, and one good woman. – Cowboy Proverb

A cowboy’s hands are as strong as steel as tough as leather put soft enough to touch a hummingbirds wing and the skin of a woman and not disturb the beauty of either. – Cowboy Proverb

A decent cowboy does not take what belongs to someone else and if he does he deserves to be strung up and left for the flies and coyotes. – Judge Roy Bean

A faint heart never filled a flush. – Cowboy Proverb

A full house divided don’t win no pots. – Cowboy Proverb

A gentlemen will not shoot a roosting bird and will only fish with a pole and not a net. – Cowboy Proverb

A good cowman knows how to lie to the tax collector and the cattle buyer. – Cowboy Proverb

A good fence should be pig tight, horse high, and bull strong. – Cowboy Proverb

A good run is better than a bad stand. – Cowboy Proverb

A gun is a tool, no better or worse than any other tool. A gun is as good or bad as the man using it. – Cowboy Proverb

A halo only needs to drop a few inches to become a noose. – Cowboy Proverb

A horse ain’t being polite when he comes to a fence and lets you go over first. – Cowboy Proverb

A lasso is not a dating tool. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboy Proverbs

A loose hoss is always looking for new pastures. – Cowboy Proverb

A man afoot is no man at all.– Anonymous

A man doesn’t need to be any higher, than on top of a horse.– Anonymous

A man is more than just the worst thing he has every done. – Cowboy Proverb

A man is not born a cowboy – he becomes one. – Cowboy Proverb 

A man with an edgy smile is like a dog with a waggin’ tail: he not happy, he’s nervous. – Cowboy Proverb

A mule can’t help it if his daddy is a jackass. – Cowboy Proverb

A pair of six-shooters beats a pair of aces. – Cowboy Proverb

A real cow boy ain’t the one that gets on a bull to show off to a bunch of girls a real cow boy is the man that is out in the snow at below caring for his cows before anything else. – Cowboy Proverb

A real cowboy doesn’t have to say they are a cowboy you know, the smell, the expression and the heart tells itself. – Cowboy Proverb

A shallow brook is noisiest. – Cowboy Proverb

A smart ass just doesn’t fit in the saddle. – Cowboy Proverb

A smart horse makes you work harder, but gives you the gift of knowledge. – Cowboy Proverb

A smile from a good woman is worth more’n a dozen handed out by a bartender. – Cowboy Proverb

A smooth sea never made a skillful sailor, a perfect horse never made a horseman. – Cowboy Proverb

A true cowboy doesn’t let his horse drink water he wouldn’t. – Cowboy Proverb

A true cowboy is a guy who stands up for any country/cowgirl in the bar or anywhere. – Cowboy Proverb

A true cowboy is one who says it was nothing when it was everything and that believes that be did better than first but worse than last. – Cowboy Proverb

A true cowboy knows love, pain and shame but never cares about fame. – Cowboy Proverb

A true cowboy knows not to panic take it all in stride. – Cowboy Proverb

A tyrant will always find a pretext for his ternary. – Cowboy Proverb

A week spent around the campfire will tell you more about a man than living next to him for 10 years. – Cowboy Proverb

A wink’s as good as a nod to a blind mule. – Cowboy Proverb

A wise man speaks because he has something to say, a fool speaks because he has to say something. – Cowboy Proverb

A word to the wise is unnecessary. – Cowboy Proverb

Admire a big horse. Saddle a small one. – Cowboy Proverb

After eating an entire bull, a mountain lion felt so good he started roaring. He kept it up until a hunter came along and shot him. The moral: When you’re full of bull, keep your mouth shut. – Cowboy Proverb

After weeks of beans and taters, even a change to taters and beans is good. – Cowboy Proverb

After you groom your horse, don’t forget yerself.- Cowboy Proverb

Ain’t nuthin’ like ridin’ a fine horse in new country. – Agustus MacCrae

All a real cowboy needs is a bull, his boots and beer. – Cowboy Proverb

Always be able to look back and say, “At least I didn’t lead no humdrum life.” – Cowboy Proverb

Always drink upstream from the herd. – Cowboy Proverb

Always drink your whiskey with your gun hand, to show your friendly intentions. – Cowboy Proverb

Always take a good look at what you eat. You don’t need to know what it is, but it’s crucial to know what it was. – Cowboy Proverb

Always take a good look at what you’re about to eat. It’s not so important to know what it is, but it’s good to know what it was. – Cowboy Proverb

Always take a good look at what you’re about to eat. It’s not so important to know what it is, but it’s sure crucial to know what it was. – Cowboy Proverb

American by birth, cowgirl by choice. – Cowboy Proverb

An angry bull is less dangerous than an angry woman. – Cowboy Proverb

An ignorant fella is hell-bent on proving his limitations. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboy Proverbs

An Old Blessing
May your stomach never grumble.
May your heart never ache.
May your horse never stumble.
May your cinch never break.

An old timer is a man who’s had a lot of interesting experiences — some of them true. – Cowboy Proverb

An onion can make people cry but there’s never been a vegetable that can make people laugh. – Will Rogers

An ounce of doing is worth a pound of talk. – Cowboy Proverb

Any cowboy can carry a tune. The trouble comes when he tries to unload it. – Cowboy Proverb

Any hoss’s tail kin ketch cockleburs. – Cowboy Proverb

Any man can be thrown from an untamed horse, but it takes a real man to get back on and tame it. – Cowboy Proverb

Any man who’d make an X-rated movie ought to have to take his daughter to see it. – John Wayne

Any ride you come back top side, is a great ride! – Cowboy Proverb

Any time a large herd moves through a civilized area there’s a lot of shit to clean up. – Cowboy Proverb

Apple pie without cheese is like a kiss without a squeeze. – Cowboy Proverb

Are you gonna cowboy up or lie there and bleed? – Cowboy Proverb

Arrogance is the cowboy that talks, confidence is the cowboy that shows. – Cowboy Proverb

As I wipe the sweat, form my brow, I can’t help to fell sad, for all those city folks, who seem to have it so bad. – Cowboy Proverb

Asking to borrow someones saddle is like asking to borrow someone’s girlfriend, you just don’t do that. – Cowboy Proverb

Be thankful we’re not getting all the government we’re paying for. – Cowboy Proverb

Before cussing the boss, saddle your horse – Cowboy Proverb

Before you start a conflict, make sure you know at which side your gun is. – Cowboy Proverb

Behind every successful rancher is a wife who works in town.  – Cowboy Proverb

Bein’ too positive in your opinions kin get you invited to a dance — in the street, to the music of shots, nicely aimed. – Cowboy Proverb

Being a cowboy means never saying it hurts. Pain is just the other side of feeling good. – Cowboy Proverb

Being neighborly don’t mean sticking your nose in somebody’s business. – Cowboy Proverb

Boots, chaps and cowboy hats. Nothing else matters. – Cowboy Proverb

Boots, Hats, and Cowboys… Nothing else Matters!! – Cowboy Proverb

Broke is what happens when a cowboy lets his yearnin’s get ahead of his earnin’s.- Cowboy Proverb

Bull riding may be dumb but damn’ it’s fun. – Cowboy Proverb

Careful as a naked man climbin’ a barbed wire fence.- Cowboy Proverb

Cattle know why they stampede, but they ain’t a-talkin’. – Cowboy Proverb

Chaps, hats, spurs, horses and a little dust makes a girl crazy!!! – Cowboy Proverb

Character shows up best when tested. You can’t tell a good man or a watermelon ’til they get thumped. – Cowboy Proverb

Cobwebs across a hole mean nothing inside – Cowboy Proverb

Colonel Colt made all men equal. – Cowboy Proverb

Color don’t count if the horse don’t trot. – Cowboy Proverb

Confidence is the feeling you have before you understand the situation. – Cowboy Proverb

Country fences need to be horse high, pig tight, and bull strong. – Cowboy Proverb

Country folks will help a fella who is down on his luck, but they got no patience for freeloaders. – Cowboy Proverb

Country isn’t where your from, it’s who you are. – Cowboy Proverb

Country Man, Cowboy Boots, and Cowboy Hats…what else does a country girl want!!!!? – Cowboy Proverb

Courage is being scared to death, and saddling up anyway. – John Wayne

Crazy horse myths are started as gossip, spread by fools and accepted by idiots. – Cowboy Proverb

Cuss all you want…around men, horses, and cows. – Cowboy Proverb

Diplomacy is the art of saying “Nice doggie” until you can find a rock. – Cowboy Proverb

Do it right or get off the horse. – Cowboy Proverb

Do not follow a path, go where there is no path and leave a trail – Cowboy Proverb

Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t be a city slicker with your windows up AC on and your hat on the dash of your clean, never seen mud truck. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t be afraid to go after what you want to do, and what you want to be. But don’t be afraid to be willing to pay the price. – Lane Frost

Don’t call em cowboy till you seen em ride. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t call him cowboy till ya see him ride. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t call yourself a cowboy when your hat is on your dash and you wear jeans with rhinestones on the butt. A cowboy doesn’t care what he looks like as much as that the job gets done and the cattle and horses are tended to! – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboy Proverbs

Don’t corner something meaner than you. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t drink water down stream from the herd. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t interfere with something that ain’t botherin’ you none. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t judge people by their relatives. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t name a cow you plan to eat. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t run down narrow stairs when you’re wearing spurs. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t sell your mule to buy a plough. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t spit into the wind. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t squat with your spurs on. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t wake a sleepin’ rattler. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t wear woolly chaps in sheep country during the breeding season. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t worry about bitin’ off more’n you can chew; your mouth is probably a whole lot bigger’n you think. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t worry about biting off more than you can chew. Your mouth is probably a whole lot bigger than you think. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t corner something that is meaner than you. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t corner something that would normally run from you. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t dig for water under the outhouse. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t expect mules and cooks to share your sense of humor. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t go in if you don’t know the way out. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t go milkin’ your neighbor’s cow. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t gobble in the woods during hunting season. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t interfere with something that ain’t botherin’ you none. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t judge people by their relatives. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t let your yearnings get ahead of your earnings. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t make a long story short just so you can tell another one. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t mess with something that ain’t bothering you. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t name a pig you plan to eat. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t pass anyone on the trail without saying “Howdy.” – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboy Proverbs

Don’t ride a new path at a full trot. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t sell your mule to buy a plow. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t sneeze behind a skittish horse. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t squat with your spurs on. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t stand behind a coughing cow. – Cowboy Proverb

Dont stop kickin’ till the clock stops tickin’. – Cowboy Proverb

Don’t worry about bitin’ off more’n you can chew; your mouth is probably a whole lot bigger’n you think. – Cowboy Proverb

Ducks flying overhead in the woods are generally pointed for water – Cowboy Proverb

Eat, Sleep, Ride. – Cowboy Proverb

Even a blind squirrel finds a nut once and a while – Cowboy Proverb

Even a broken watch is right – twice a day – Cowboy Proverb

Every cowboy thinks he knows more than every other cowboy. But the only thing they all know for sure is when’s payday and where’s grub. – Cowboy Proverb

Every horse, at least once in it’s life, deserves to be loved by a little girl. – Cowboy Proverb

Every man is entitled to scratch his own itch. – Cowboy Proverb

Every trail has a few puddles in it. – Cowboy Proverb

Every trail has some puddles. – Cowboy Proverb

Fast is good but accurate is better. – Cowboy Proverb

Feeling down? saddle up! – Cowboy Proverb

Few scars on a fella can mean a lot of things. But fair chance he’s a quitter. A lot a scars can mean a few things too. But there’s a fair chance he’s never been one. – Cowboy Proverb

Firewood warms you twice, when you cut it and when you burn it. – Cowboy Proverb

First buy a cowboy hat and boots. Then you’re on your way to being a Texan. James A. Michener

Folks “think” everything revolves around the sun, but once you’ve kissed a Cow Girl you begin to “know” that everything in the universe revolves around her. – Cowboy Proverb

Folks don’t change, they just get more so. – Cowboy Proverb

Forgetting and laughing is better than remembering and being sad – Cowboy Proverb

Forgive your enemies. It messes with their heads. – Cowboy Proverb

Generally speaking, fancy titles and nightshirts are a waste of time. – Cowboy Proverb

Generally, you ain’t learnin’ nothing when your mouth’s a-jawin’. – Cowboy Proverb

Genius has its limits. Stupidity knows no bounds. – Cowboy Proverb

Get dirty or stay stuck. – Cowboy Proverb

Get on, Ride hard, Hold nothing back, and give it all you’ve got! Thats the Cowboy Way!!! – Cowboy Proverb

Go after life as if it’s something that’s got to be roped in a hurry before it gets away. – Cowboy Proverb

Go big or go home. – Cowboy Proverb

Going fast while you are lost won’t help a bit. – Cowboy Proverb

Going to bed angry ain’t no fun, but it is better than fighting all night. – Cowboy Proverb

Good judgment comes from experience, and a lotta that comes from bad judgment. – Cowboy Proverb

Grab what you can and let the loose ends drag. – Cowboy Proverb

Great minds talk about ideas, average minds tail about events, small minds talk about people – Cowboy Proverb

Growin’ up, lovin’ horses with a real “Old timer” that owned riding stables and slaughter houses and taught me that. – Cowboy Proverb

He always makes time for his lady. – Cowboy Proverb

He’s all hat and no cattle. – Cowboy Proverb

He’s all hat but no saddle. – Cowboy Proverb

Honesty is not somethin’ you should flirt with — you should be married to it. – Cowboy Proverb

Hope you like dust because when I get through that gate that’s all your going to see. – Cowboy Proverb

Horses are God’s gift to cowgirls as an apology for men. – Cowboy Proverb

Horses are God’s apology for man. – Cowboy Proverb

However one sided a man may be, he will have other sides if you look hard enough. – Cowboy Proverb

I can ride it, rope it, roll it, or throw it, and I’m a pretty good windmill man. – Cowboy Proverb

I didn’t have the guts to become an artist, I had the ignorance. – Jack Sorenson

I have known many cowboys & gals, both real and not…the difference is their willingness to assist both neighbor and stranger alike for no pay. – Cowboy Proverb

I have my horse, my dog…can you remind me again why I need a Cowboy? – Cowboy Proverb

I love my cowboys. Tall. Dark. And country! – Cowboy Proverb

I never killed a man I didn’t have to. – John Wayne

I pull my hat brim down, and look across this land, that my daddy had given to me. – Cowboy Proverb

I said I wanted to be a cowboy when I grew up…Mom said I would have to choose. – Cowboy Proverb

I sowed wild oats and reaped prunes and bran. – Cowboy Proverb

I took to the life of a cowboy like a horse takes to oats. – Anonymous

I whisper, but my horse doesn’t listen. – Cowboy Proverb

I’d gladly trade seconds for a lifetime of watching from the stands. – Cowboy Proverb

If cowboys picked wives like they pick horses they would have lifelong mates. – Cowboy Proverb

If drinking hurts your business, quit your business. – Cowboy Proverb

If duct tape can’t fix it, it ain’t broke. – Cowboy Proverb

If I can’t do the running, my horse will. If I can’t do the fighting, my horse will. My gun and horse I live for ’em. – Cowboy Proverb

If I got air miles for every unscheduled dismount I’ve had. I could fly around the world three times. – Cowboy Proverb

If it ain’t broke don’t go to trying to fix it. – Cowboy Proverb

If it ain’t dirty, it ain’t fun. – Cowboy Proverb

If it ain’t good in the stable. It’ll be good on the table!. – Cowboy Proverb

If it doesn’t seem to be worth the effort it probably isn’t. – Cowboy Proverb

If it don’t seem like it’s worth the effort, it probably ain’t. – Cowboy Proverb

If it is a horse ride it, if it is a fence fix it, if she is a lady treat her like a queen. – Cowboy Proverb

If lawyers are disbarred and clergymen are defrocked, shouldn’t it follow that cowboys would be deranged? – Cowboy Proverb

If man was Man’s best friend, it wouldn’t be a dog eat dog world. – Cowboy Proverb

If my boots and spurs ain’t here, I’m probably riding and drinking beer. – Cowboy Proverb

If someone can do it, a cowgirl can do it better. – Cowboy Proverb

If the rodeo doesn’t kill you, the commute probably will. – Cowboy Proverb

If the saddle creaks, it’s not paid for. – Cowboy Proverb

If the turtles on a log are dry, they have been there half an hour or more, which means no one has been near to alarm them – Cowboy Proverb

If the world made sense men would ride……Sidesaddle – Cowboy Proverb

If there is a hole in your story or your fence, something you rather did not get out, will. – Cowboy Proverb

If wishes were horses, some folks would need a lot of hay. – Cowboy Proverb

If ya don’t know a where’s you’re a goin, it’d be a good idea not to use yer spurs. – Cowboy Proverb

If you ain’t God or George Strait, take your boots off. – Cowboy Proverb

If you ain’t making dust you’re eating it! – Cowboy Proverb

If you always do what you have done, you will always get what you have got. – Cowboy Proverb

If you are riding a high horse, there ain’t no way to get down off it gracefully. – Cowboy Proverb

If you climb in the saddle, be ready for the ride. – Cowboy Proverb

If you climb in the saddle, you better be ready for the ride. – Cowboy Proverb

If you come to a fork in the road, take it. – Cowboy Proverb

If you find yourself in a hole, the first thing to do is stop digging. – Will Rogers

If you follow behind the lead cow, you will step in the mess he leaves behind. – Cowboy Proverb

If you get thrown from a horse, you have to get up and get back on, unless you landed on a cactus; then you have to roll around and scream in pain. – Cowboy Proverb

If you get to thinking you’re a person of some influence, try ordering somebody else’s dog around. – Will Rogers

If you haven’t fallen off a horse…then you haven’t been ridin long enough. – Cowboy Proverb

If you take the time it takes, it takes less time. – Cowboy Proverb

If you think bull riding’ isn’t intense, come sit on his back and try on my saddle. This aint for tenderfoots. – Clancy Jean Driscoll

If you think you can or think you can’t, you’re are probably right. – Cowboy Proverb

If you want to liven up the conversation, just say the right thing, the wrong way. – Cowboy Proverb

If you work for the man, ride for his brand. – Cowboy Proverb

If you’re gonna drive cattle through town, do it on Sunday. There’s little traffic and people are more prayerful and less disposed to cuss at you. – Cowboy Proverb

If you’re gonna drive cattle thru town, do it on Sunday. There’s little traffic and people are less disposed to cuss at ya. – Cowboy Proverb

If you’re ridin’ ahead of the herd, take a look back every now and then, to make sure it’s still there with ya. – Cowboy Proverb

If you’re riding a high horse there’s no way to get down gracefully. – Cowboy Proverb

If you’re sittin’ at a counter eatin’, leave your hat on. If you’re sittin’ at a table take it off. – Cowboy Proverb

If you’re sittin’ at the counter eatin’, leave your hat on, but if your’ sittin’ at the table take it off. – Cowboy Proverb

If your horse ain’t wanting to go there, neither should you. – Cowboy Proverb

If your horse doesn’t want to go there, neither do you. – Cowboy Proverb

If your not makin’ dust your eattin’ it. – Cowboy Proverb

If you’re ridin’ ahead of the herd, take a look back every now and then to make sure it’s still there with ya. – Cowboy Proverb

If yuh ever find yurself in a hole, the first thin’ to do is stop diggin’. – Cowboy Proverb

In a lifetime, you’ll have one good mate, one good dog, and one good horse.- Cowboy Proverb

In every cowboys life he gets himself a god horse a good woman and a good loop! – Cowboy Proverb

In the land of the blind, the man with one eye is King. – Cowboy Proverb

In your walks of life you will come upon piles of horse droppings, you can walk around them or jump in the middle of them; the choice is yours. – Cowboy Proverb

It ain’t where, it’s how you live. – Cowboy Proverb

It ain’t the clothes that make the cowgirl, it’s the attitude and heart. – Cowboy Proverb

It aint worth fussin’ about unless the bone is showin’ or you ain’t got no feelin’ in it…even then you should cowboy up and walk it off. – Cowboy Proverb

It doesn’t matter if a Cowboy lives in the mountains or in the flats, as long as it’s warm and there is a place to lay his hat. – Cowboy Proverb

It doesn’t take a very big person to carry a grudge. – Cowboy Proverb

It don’t take a very big person to carry a grudge. – Cowboy Proverb

It don’t take a genius to spot a goat in a flock of sheep.- Cowboy Proverb

It don’t take a very big man to carry a grudge. – Cowboy Proverb

It is easier to acknowledge your horse’s faults, once you have acknowledged your own. – Cowboy Proverb

It is easier to get an actor to be a cowboy than to get a cowboy to be an actor. – John Ford

It is easier to patch a broken mirror than a reputation. – Cowboy Proverb

It is hard to make a comeback, when you haven’t been anywhere. – Cowboy Proverb

It is not the size of the dog in the fight, it is the size of the fight in the dog. – Cowboy Proverb

It may not be the easy way, but it’s the cowboy way. – Cowboy Proverb

It’s a life style that you live from the day you are born. – Cowboy Proverb

It’s best to keep yer troubles pretty much to yerself, ‘cause half the people yu’d tell ‘em to won’t give a dang, and the other half will be glad to hear yu’ve got ‘em. – Cowboy Proverb

It’s better to be a has-been than a never-was. – Cowboy Proverb

It’s hard to put a foot in a closed mouth. – Cowboy Proverb

It’s the bulls and blood, dust and mud, and the roar of a Sunday crowd. – Cowboy Proverb

It’s the man that’s the cowhand, not the outfit he wears. – Cowboy Proverb

Its a big mistake to drive black cattle in the dark. – Cowboy Proverb

It’s better to be a has-been that a never-was. – Cowboy Proverb

It’s better to keep your mouth shut and look stupid than open it and prove it. – Cowboy Proverb

It’s often better to keep your mouth shut and look stupid than open it and remove all doubt. – Cowboy Proverb

It’s the last thing you take off and the first thing that is noticed (cowboy hat). – Cowboy Proverb

Just because you are traveling a well marked trail, doesn’t mean whoever made it knew where they was going. – Cowboy Proverb

Just because you have boots and spurs on, don’t make you country. – Cowboy Proverb

Just ’cause trouble comes visiting doesn’t mean you have to offer it a place to sit down. – Cowboy Proverb

Keep skunks, lawyers, and bankers at a distance. – Cowboy Proverb

Keep the outhouse supplied with plenty of dime novels or pulp magazines. – Cowboy Proverb

Kickin’ never gets you nowhere, ‘less’n you’re a mule. – Cowboy Proverb

Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom. – Cowboy Proverb

Learn this well, the last ride is never the last ride. And the end is not the end. – Richard Rowland

Learn to speak kind words. Nobody resents them. – Cowboy Proverb

Let him ride a horse. He’s a cowboy ain’t he? – Nathanael West

Letting the cat outta the bag is a whole lot easier than putting it back. – Will Rogers

Life ain’t so short that you can’t take time to hear a man out. – Cowboy Proverb

Life is a Rodeo, take it as you get it. – Cowboy Proverb

Life is not about how fast you run, or how high you climb, but how well you bounce. – Cowboy Proverb

Life is short and full of blisters. – Cowboy Proverb

Life is simpler when you plough around the stump. – Cowboy Proverb

Life is simpler when you plow around the stump. – Cowboy Proverb

Life’s hard. It’s even harder when you’re stupid. – John Wayne

Like a good cowboy, a good hat just gets better as it gets older. – Cowboy Proverb

Live a good, honorable life. Then when you get older and think back, you’ll enjoy it a second time. – Cowboy Proverb

Live a good, honorable life. When you’re older and think back, you’ll enjoy it a second time. – Cowboy Proverb

Love guts & glory, mortals chance at fame, his legacy is rodeo and cowboy is his name. – Cowboy Proverb

Love your enemies and keep your gun oiled. – Cowboy Proverb

Makin’ it in life is kinda like bustin’ broncs: you’re gonna get thrown a lot. The simple secret is to keep gettin’ back on. – Cowboy Proverb

Man is the only critter who feels the need to label things weeds or flowers. – Cowboy Proverb

Man often meets his destiny on the path he chooses to avoid it – Cowboy Proverb

Man, I will never forget old what’s her name. – Cowboy Proverb

May your belly never grumble, may your heart never ache, may your horse never stumble, may your cinch never break. – Cowboy Proverb

Maybe just a little bit when the dust gets in their eyes. – Cowboy Proverb

Meanness doesn’t just happen overnight. – Cowboy Proverb

Meanness don’t happen overnight. – Cowboy Proverb

Meanwhile, back at the ranch, tension mounted, clicked its spurs and rode off into the sunset. – Cowboy Proverb

Men are like Barbed Wire…. they have their good points. – Cowboy Proverb

Money may buy you a dog, but only love can make him wag his tail. – Cowboy Proverb

Most anybody can be a cowboy, but it takes a damn genius to make money at it. – Cowboy Proverb

Most of the stuff people worry about never happens. – Cowboy Proverb

Mud on My Face , Dirt In My Hair, The Way I Barrel race Makes The Cowboys Stare! – Cowboy Proverb

My Dad is World Champion Bareback Rider, And he dang sure is a Cowboy. – Cowboy Proverb

My jeans and my man — broke in just right! – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboy Proverbs

My simple cowboy prayer:
Oh lord, I reckon I’m not much. I fail a lot of things you know I ought to do. But when I make my last ride and get life’s final call, my only hope will be, for me to hear you say “Come on my child it’s time for you to ride with me”. – Cowboy Proverb

My treasurers do not twinkle or glitter, they neigh in the night and glow in the sun. – Cowboy Proverb

My truck is made by wrenches not chopsticks. – Cowboy Proverb

Nature gave us all something to fall back on, and sooner or later we all land flat on it. – Cowboy Proverb

Necessity is the mother of invention. – Cowboy Proverb

Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear or a fool from any direction. – Cowboy Proverb

Never ask a barber if he thinks you need a haircut. – Cowboy Proverb

Never ask a barber if you need a haircut. – Cowboy Proverb

Never ask how stupid someone is ’cause they’ll turn around and show you. – Cowboy Proverb

Never Been a Horse that can’t be Rode, Never Been a Cowboy that can’t be Thrown. – Cowboy Proverb

Never believe anybody that says their horse doesn’t kick. – Cowboy Proverb

Never drink unless you’re alone or with somebody. – Cowboy Proverb

Never drive black cattle in the dark. – Cowboy Proverb

Never drop your gun to hug a grizzly.- Cowboy Proverb

Never follow good whiskey with water, unless you’re out of good whiskey. – Cowboy Proverb

Never get up before breakfast. If you have to get up before breakfast, eat breakfast first. – Cowboy Proverb

Never give your horse more attention than your wife, unless you like sleeping in the barn. – Cowboy Proverb

Never go face to face with a gunslinger. Wait until he turns his back. – Cowboy Proverb

Never hire the people you drink with. – Cowboy Proverb

Never kick a cow chip on a hot day. – Cowboy Proverb

Never let your yearnin’s’ get ahead of your earnin’s. – Cowboy Proverb

Never mention “rope” in the home of hanged man. – Cowboy Proverb

Never miss a good chance to shut up. – Will Rogers

Never slap a man who’s chewing tobacco. – Cowboy Proverb

Never speak loudly unless your shanty is on fire. – Cowboy Proverb

Never take another man’s bet. He wouldn’t offer it if he didn’t know somethin’ you don’t. – Cowboy Proverb

Never take to sawin’ on the branch that’s supportin’ you, unless you’re bein’ hung from it. – Cowboy Proverb

Never trust a cowboy that will lie to his horse. – Cowboy Proverb

Never try to dry a wet pair of jeans in the oven. – Cowboy Proverb

Never walk when you can ride, and never stand when you can sit. – Cowboy Proverb

No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle. – Winston Churchill

No man should have cowboys boots in his wardrobe. That’s fair enough, isn’t it? Unless you’re a cowboy, of course. – Paul Weller

No matter how much horsepower your truck has it still can’t cut a calf from the herd – Cowboy Proverb

No matter where life takes you never forget your fencing pliers. – Cowboy Proverb

No matter where you go, there you are. – Cowboy Proverb

No matter where you ride to, that’s where you are. – Cowboy Proverb

No one but cattle know why they stampede and the ain’t talking. – Cowboy Proverb

No tree is too big for a short dog to lift his leg on. – Cowboy Proverb

Nobody ever drowned himself in his own sweat. – Cowboy Proverb

Nobody ever drowned in his own sweat. – Cowboy Proverb

Not know some things is a normal milestone on the way to knowledge – Cowboy Proverb

Nothing keeps you honest more that witnesses. – Cowboy Proverb

Now you are thinking like a thief. Fewer guns and more exits. We’ll cure your cowboy ways yet. – Richard Kadrey

Old cowboys never die, they just smell that way. – Cowboy Proverb

Once my momma asked my grandpa how to train her horse to pull a cart. Grandpa laughed and answered “Hook ‘em up and head ‘em east.” – Cowboy Proverb

One of the first things schoolchildren in Texas learn is how to compose a simple declarative sentence with the word ‘shit’ in it.  – Cowboy Proverb

Only a buzzard feeds on his friends. – Cowboy Proverb

Only a fool argues with skunk, a mule, or a cook. – Cowboy Proverb

Only a real cowboy has a chance at taming this cowgirl! – Cowboy Proverb

Only cattle know why they stampede and they ain’t talking. – Cowboy Proverb

Only old rider know’s when his saddle is about to get loose. – Cowboy Proverb

Only out on the range can you find yourself. – Cowboy Proverb

Out West, you lived a long time. Even horse thieves had to hang five minutes longer than anywhere else. – Cowboy Proverb

Pain and rodeo go hand in hand. – Cowboy Proverb

Pen full of horses out there. Need ridin’. – Cowboy Proverb

Polishing your pants on saddle leather don’t make you a rider. – Cowboy Proverb

Poor is having to sell the horse to buy the saddle.- Cowboy Proverb

Pretty words are not always true and true words are not always pretty. – Cowboy Proverb

Quit spitting on the handle and get to hoeing – Cowboy Proverb

Real cowboys never run, they just ride away. – Cowboy Proverb

Real Men Don’t Make War On Women! – Cowboy Proverb

Real cowboys don’t line dance. – Cowboy Proverb

Remember that silence is sometimes the best answer. – Cowboy Proverb

Ride E’m Cowboy, don’t let them throw ya down.. You can’t make no money if ya hit the ground, Ride E’m Cowboy, don’t let them throw ya down, You’re the toughest Cowboy in town. – Juice Newton

Ride em’ and slide em’ don’t feed em’ and lead em’. – Cowboy Proverb

Ride it like you stole it. – Cowboy Proverb

Ride like the wind, or get blown away. – Cowboy Proverb

Ride like there is no tomorrow, because the only promise is today. – Cowboy Proverb

Ride like there’s no tomorrow, because you never know if there will be one! – J.B.

Ridin’ a bronc is like dancin with a girl. The trick is matchin yer partner’s rhythm. – Cowboy Proverb

Riding: the art of keeping the horse between you and the ground. – Cowboy Proverb

Risk everything, fear nothing, have no regrets. – Cowboy Proverb

Rope’em, tie’em, hold’em down and ride’em! Giddy up Cowboy – Cowboy Proverb

Saddle up or SHUT THE HELL UP – Cowboy Proverb

Saddle Up. Shut Up. Hold Tight. – Cowboy Proverb

Save money on the bull, ride a cowboy. – Cowboy Proverb

Scars are cowboy tattoos with better stories. – Cowboy Proverb

Shirts that cost more than a weeks worth of groceries are like horseshoes that cost more than a horse – Cowboy Proverb

Shoot Low Sheriff! He’s ridin a Shetland! – Cowboy Proverb

Shut Up and Ride. – Cowboy Proverb

Size does matter! The bigger the buckle the better! – Cowboy Proverb

Small minds and big mouths have a way of hooking up. – Cowboy Proverb

Solvin’ problems is like throwin’ cattle. Dig your heels on the big ones and grab the little ones ’round the neck. – Cowboy Proverb

Some cowboys have to much tumbleweed in their blood to settle down. – Ken Alstad

Some fellas have more wishbone than backbone. – Cowboy Proverb

Some folks have 20 years of experience; others have one year of experience 20 times. – Cowboy Proverb

Some men talk ’cause they got somethin’ to say. Others talk ’cause they got to say somethin’. – Cowboy Proverb

Some people follow wagon tracks while others break new trails. – Cowboy Proverb

Some people grin and bear it. Other people smile and change it. – Cowboy Proverb

Sometime not getting what you want is a stroke of luck – Cowboy Proverb

Sometime Silence is the best answer – Cowboy Proverb

Sometime the memory is worse than the actual event – Cowboy Proverb

Sometimes the best cowboys, ain’t cowboys at all. – Cowboy Proverb

Sometimes we have summer all winter and winter all summer, but regularly we have no rain. – Cowboy Proverb

Sometimes you get and sometimes you get got. – Cowboy Proverb

Speak your mind, but ride a fast horse. – Cowboy Proverb

Spit in one hand and wish in the other, then see which one gets fuller! – Cowboy Proverb

Spurs, Chaps, and a Cowboy Hat. That’s all it takes to make a country girl smile. – Cowboy Proverb

Stuff tends to break when it is loaned or borrowed. – Cowboy Proverb

Success is the size of the hole a man leaves when he dies. – Cowboy Proverb

Sure you can trust the government. Ask any Indian. – Cowboy Proverb

Take my man, stay away from my horse! – Cowboy Proverb

Take no more on your heels than you can kick off with your toes. – Cowboy Proverb

Talk low, talk slow, and don’t say too much. – John Wayne

Talk slowly, think quickly. – Cowboy Proverb

Tellin’ a man to git lost and makin’ him do it are two entirely different propositions. – Cowboy Proverb

The best sermons are lived, not preached. – Cowboy Proverb

The best way out of a difficulty is through it. – Cowboy Proverb

The best way to cook any part of a rangy ol’ longhorn is to toss it in a pot with a horseshoe, and when the horseshoe is soft and tender, you can eat the beef. – Cowboy Proverb

The best way to describe a cowboy Is mud, blood, guts, and glory. – Redneck

The Best Way To Describe A Cowboy Is Mud, Blood, Guts, And Glory. – Cowboy Proverb

The best way to get a cowboy to do something is to suggest he is too old for it. – Cowboy Proverb

The bigger the mouth, the better it looks shut. – Cowboy Proverb

The biggest troublemaker you’ll probably ever have to deal with watches you shave his face in the mirror every morning. – Cowboy Proverb

The blue-jay doesn’t scream without reason – Cowboy Proverb

The boy who chooses to love me must also love my horses. – Cowboy Proverb

The challenge is not always saying what you mean, but to say it with as few words as possible. – Cowboy Proverb

The cowboy is a patriot. – Cowboy Proverb

The cowboy must never shoot first, hit a smaller man or take unfair advantage. – Cowboy Proverb

The difference between young liars and old thieves is just a matter of time. – Cowboy Proverb

The easiest way to eat crow is while it’s still warm. The colder it gets, the harder it is to swaller. – Cowboy Proverb

The fastest way to move cattle is slowly. – Cowboy Proverb

The fights you avoid do you far more good than the ones you will win. – Cowboy Proverb

The greatest change will occur when we stop believing we need to change – Cowboy Proverb

The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated – Cowboy Proverb

The hardest thing about learning to ride is the ground. – Cowboy Proverb

The horse is a mirror to your soul. And sometimes you might not like what you see in the mirror. – Buck Brannaman

The horse stopped with a jerk– and the jerk fell off! – Cowboy Proverb

The length of a conversation don’t tell nothin’ ‘bout the size of the intellect. – Cowboy Proverb

The man that straddles the fence usually has a sore crotch. – Cowboy Proverb

The measure of a man is when he does the right thing even when no one is watching. – Cowboy Proverb

The only good reason to ride a bull is to meet a nurse. – Cowboy Proverb

The only person crazier than a cowboy is the woman that dates him. – Cowboy Proverb

The only substitute for good manners is fast reflexes. – Cowboy Proverb

The only way to drive cattle fast is slowly. – Cowboy Proverb

The problem with people is that intelligent people are full of doubt and the stupid people are full of confidence. – Cowboy Proverb

The quickest way to double your money is to fold it over and put it back into your pocket. – Cowboy Proverb

The quickest way to double your money is to fold it over and put it back in your pocket. – Cowboy Proverb

The quieter you are, the more you can hear. – Cowboy Proverb

The things we think we know keeps us from learning what we should know – Cowboy Proverb

The wilder the colt, the better the hoss. – Cowboy Proverb

The wildest critters live in the city. – Cowboy Proverb

The worm don’t see anything pretty about the robin’s song – Cowboy Proverb

Them horses eat ‘fore you do. – Cowboy Proverb

There ain’t much paw an’ beller to a cowboy. – Cowboy Proverb

There are 3 kinds of men: Some learn by reading. Some by observation. The rest have to pee on the electric fence. – Cowboy Proverb

There are lots of country jobs, but few positions. – Cowboy Proverb

There are lots of reasons to love a horse, sometime it’s no more than the sweet little way he stepped on some asshole’s foot. – Cowboy Proverb

There are more horses asses than horses. – Cowboy Proverb

There are only two things you’ll see on the back of a bull. A fly and a fool. – Cowboy Proverb

There are rules about riding a horse, but the horse won’t necessarily know them. – Cowboy Proverb

There are three kinds of men: the ones that learn by reading; the few who learn by observation; the rest of them have to pee on the electric fence. – Cowboy Proverb

There’ are two theories to arguin’ with a woman. Neither one works. – Cowboy Proverb

There is a high cost to low living.

There is no better place to heal a broken heart than on the back of a horse. – Missy Lyons

There is nothing like facts to mess up a good story. – Cowboy Proverb

There never was a cowboy who couldn’t be throwed; there never was a horse who couldn’t be rode. – Cowboy Proverb

There never was a horse that couldn’t be rode, there never was a rider that couldn’t be throwed. – Cowboy Proverb

There never was a horse that couldn’t be rode; never was a cowboy who couldn’t be throwed. – Cowboy Proverb

There’s a whole lot more to ridin’ a horse than sittin’ in the saddle and lettin’ your feet hang down. – Cowboy Proverb

There’s more to being a cowboy than just wearing the boots!!!! – Cowboy Proverb

There’s no place ’round the campfire for a quitter’s blanket. – Cowboy Proverb

There’s two theories to arguin’ with a woman. Neither one works. – Cowboy Proverb

There’s two theories to arguin’ with a woman—and neither one works. – Cowboy Proverb

There’s two theories to arguing with a woman. Neither one works. – Cowboy Proverb

They can’t even walk down street without worrying if they’re gonna be robbed, stabbed or shot. I just can’t see how they do it, not knowing if they will make home or not. – Cowboy Proverb

Things that annoy us about our horse, can help us learn about ourselves – Cowboy Proverb

Those who do not learn from history are destined to repeat – Cowboy Proverb

Through rain or snow or even drought he goes and finds his cattle. – Cowboy Proverb

Timin’ has a lot to do with the outcome of a rain dance. – Cowboy Proverb

Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It’s perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we’ve learnt something from yesterday. – Inscription on Mr. Wayne’s headstone

Too much debt doubles the weight on your horse and puts another in control of the reins. – Cowboy Proverb

Tossin’ your rope before buildin’ a loop don’t ketch the calf. – Cowboy Proverb

Treat a woman like a racehorse, and she’ll never be a nag. – Cowboy Proverb

Trouble is a private thing, don’t lend it and don’t borrow it. – Cowboy Proverb

True cowboys are the ones who aren’t afraid to get dirty. – Lane Frost

Trust your neighbor.. But brand your cattle. – Cowboy Proverb

Try not to beat up every non-reader or non-book collector; it is a hopeless task because there are just too many of them. – Cowboy Proverb

Tumbleweeds are best left to themselves. – Cowboy Proverb

Use it up, wear it out, make do, or do without. – Cowboy Proverb

Veterinarians are the best doctors. They can’t ask a patient what’s the matter. They’ve got to just know. – Cowboy Proverb

Virtue is its own punishment. – Cowboy Proverb

War is young men dying and old men talking. – Cowboy Proverb

We all got pieces of crazy in us, some bigger pieces than others. – Cowboy Proverb

We have a sense that we should be like the mythical cowboy… able to take on and conquer anything and live in the world without the need for other people. – Morrie Schwartz

We weren’t raised to take, but we were raised to give the shirt off our back to anyone in need. – Brantley Gilbert

Wearing gloves and button-fly jeans means you better think ahead. – Cowboy Proverb

What a horse does under compulsion – is done without understanding and it is done without understanding and there is no beauty in it…. anymore than if you took a spur or whip to a dancer. – Cowboy Proverb

What the country needs is dirtier fingernails and cleaner minds. – Cowboy Proverb

What weighs an ounce in the morning, weighs a pound at night – Cowboy Proverb

When a bad man dies he either goes to hell or the Pecos. – Cowboy Proverb

When a cowboy’s too old to set a bad example, he hands out good advice. – Cowboy Proverb

When I grew up, I only had two dreams. One was to be a cowboy and another was to be in the military. I grew up extremely patriotic and riding horses. – Chris Kyle

When in doubt, let your horse do the thinkin’. – Cowboy Proverb

When in doubt, let your horse figure it out. – Cowboy Proverb

When my time comes, just skin me and put me up there on Trigger, just as though nothing had ever changed. – Roy Rogers

When somebody outdraws you, smile and walk away. There’s plenty of time to look tough when you’re out of sight. – Cowboy Proverb

When the mule realizes that he’s being pushed, expect to be kicked. – Cowboy Proverb

When they lay me down to rest, put my spurs and rope upon’ my chest. Get my friends to carry me. – Cowboy Proverb

When you ask for free advice, you get exactly what you pay for. – Cowboy Proverb

When you climb into the saddle, you’d better be prepared to ride. – Cowboy Proverb

When you get bucked off, the easiest way to explain it is you dropped your hat and got in a hurry to pick it up. – Cowboy Proverb

When you get to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on. – Cowboy Proverb

When you give a lesson in meanness to a critter or a person, don’t be surprised if they learn their lesson. – Cowboy Proverb

When you give a lesson in meanness to a critter or man, don’t be surprised if they learn the lesson. – Cowboy Proverb

When you give a personal lesson in meanness to a critter or person, don’t be surprised if they learn their lesson. – Cowboy Proverb

When you give a personal lesson in meanness to a critter or to a person, don’t be surprised if they learn their lesson. – Cowboy Proverb

When you lay me down to rest lay my bridle upon my chest, bury me by my horse that’s all I need to be in peace. – Cowboy Proverb

When you lose, don’t lose the lesson. – Cowboy Proverb

When you wallow with pigs, expect to get dirty. – Cowboy Proverb

When you’re a cowboy, life isn’t all about horses and rodeo’s. It’s about mud and dirt, and cowboy boots. – Cowboy Proverb

When you’re throwin’ your weight around, be ready to have it thrown around by somebody else. – Cowboy Proverb

When you’re trying’ somethin’ new, the fewer people that know about it, the better. – Cowboy Proverb

When your head is in the bear’s mouth, it is not the time to be smacking him on the nose. – Cowboy Proverb

When you’re throwin’ your weight around, be ready to have it thrown around by somebody else. – Cowboy Proverb

When you’re young and you fall off a horse, you may break something. When you’re my age, you splatter. – Roy Rogers

Where the leather is scarred, there is a great story to tell. – Jimmy Tart

Whether the glass is half-full or half empty, depends on whether you are drinking or pouring. – Cowboy Proverb

Whitney it aint cowgirl up its “cowboy up” meaning quit your crying’ – Cowboy Proverb

Whoever said a horse was dumb, was dumb. – Cowboy Proverb

Wide-open spaces don’t breed no chatterboxes. – Cowboy Proverb

Winning ain’t everything but losing ain’t fun either. Ride to win!! – Cowboy Proverb

Words that soak into your ears are whispered, not yelled. – Cowboy Proverb

Work like you don’t need money and dance like no one is watching. – Cowboy Proverb

Worry is like a rockin’ horse. It’s something to do that don’t get you nowhere. – Cowboy Proverb

You ain’t a cowboy till you’ve worked a full cowboy day. – Cowboy Proverb

You ain’t born a cowboy or a cowgirl, its the way you were raised. – Cowboy Proverb

You are not being diplomatic just because you put please in front of Shut the hell up.

You aren’t country without a pair of worn out leather cowboy boots. – Cowboy Proverb

You can either go cry in the truck or cowboy up!!! – Cowboy Proverb

You can either lead, follow, or get the hell out of my way. – Cowboy Proverb

You can have horses or you can have money, but you can’t have them both. – Cowboy Proverb

You can judge a man by the hoss he rides. – Cowboy Proverb

You can never tell which way the pickle’s goin’ to squirt. – Cowboy Proverb

You can take the boy out of country, but you can’t take the country out of the boy. – Cowboy Proverb

You can tell a true cowboy by the type of horse that he rides. – Cowboy Proverb

You can tell how a man treats his woman by the way he treats his horse. – Cowboy Proverb

You can’t keep trouble from visitin, but you don’t have to offer it a chair. – Cowboy Proverb

You can’t tell how far a bullfrog’ll jump by the size of its feet. – Cowboy Proverb

You can’t tell how good a man or a watermelon is ’til they get thumped. – Cowboy Proverb

You can’t unsay a cruel thing. – Cowboy Proverb

You cannot blame a worm for not wanting to go fishing. – Cowboy Proverb

You cannot unsay a cruel word. – Cowboy Proverb

You can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking you used to create them. – Cowboy Proverb

You can’t weigh the facts if you got the scales weighed down with your own opinions. – Cowboy Proverb

You don’t learn much when everything goes right. – Cowboy Proverb

You don’t need decorated words to make your meanin’ clear. Say it plain and save some breath for breathin’. – Cowboy Proverb

You generally learn the value of money from the lack of it. – Cowboy Proverb

You know you have a cowboy’s heart when he lets you wear his cowboy hat. – Cowboy Proverb

You may have a cowboy hat, spurs, chaps, and a horse but you’re not a cow boy till you can ride like one. – Cowboy Proverb

You shouldn’t touch another man’s woman nor should you touch another man’s hat. – Cowboy Proverb

You wouldn’t understand it; it’s a cowboy thing!! – Cowboy Proverb

You’ll never break a horse if you stay sittin’ on the fence. – Cowboy Proverb

You’ll see, life’s path is easier to walk with a horse between your legs! – Cowboy Proverb

Your buckle don’t shine in the dirt. Get up. – Cowboy Proverb

Cowboy Proverbs

Cowboy Ten Commandments

  • Just one God.

  • Honor yer Ma and Pa.

  • No telling tales or gossipin’.

  • Git ye to Sunday meetin’.

  • Put nothin’ before God.

  • No foolin’ around with another fella’s gal.

  • No killin’.

  • Watch yer mouth.

  • Don’t take what ain’t yers.

  • Don’t be hankerin’ for yer buddy’s gear.

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