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The Legacy Of A Rodeo Man Part 1:The Ranger

Hello All! I just Bought My First Truck! Im 17 and had to buy something Fuel Efficent, Reliable, Cheap, And Camper Friendly! Hope to make many friends, and share what LITTLE knowledge ive got! Thanks, Josh.
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what kind of rodeo man are ya?

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Im almost always on the road(thank god for letting me live the life i love), i ride bulls. I turn 18 next winter, and hopefully ill get my RCA card.
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I was on the high school rodeo team, and rode bulls for many years after too. It is a wonderful life isnt it? I miss it everyday. Now I just farm and deal with the cattle on the farm instead of in the pen. What circuit are you planning on applying for to ride in?
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man, i wish we had highschool rodeo teams... damn, welcome
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i rode bulls for a lil while, but 6'4" dont sit on top of a bull all that well. i enjoyed the hell out of it. im thinkin about bareback or saddle bronc ridin now. welcome.
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i rode bulls for a lil while, but 6'4" dont sit on top of a bull all that well. i enjoyed the hell out of it. im thinkin about bareback or saddle bronc ridin now. welcome.
6'4 on top of a bull would be rough!! Heck, I am only 6' and I had problems LOL But I made the best of it, did it for quite awhile, and wouldnt trade it for ANYTHING in the world
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have yall heard of brian canter?
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The Brian Canter that is a PBR rider? was born in Randleman, NC....5'4" and weighs 115 lbs? The Brian Canter that is currently ranked 10th in the world? Nope, never heard of him
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yea him...my g/f rodeo'd with him in high school...he rocked the house in NCHSRA..jb mauney is from down near charlotte..ive been to jerome davis' place, met him and his wife, probably will help with his junior rodeo this year
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welcome....

i will be in Russell Springs in about a month for work....i will be a Griffen Industries...i hate the drive down there....the WK sucks...
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yea him...my g/f rodeo'd with him in high school...he rocked the house in NCHSRA..jb mauney is from down near charlotte..ive been to jerome davis' place, met him and his wife, probably will help with his junior rodeo this year
well, your g/f is a lucky lady!! but I gotta ask, how did she end up with you then? j/k lol
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have you seen him? hes not hittin on much and jb looks fruity...and she said hes ajerk
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LOL I was just kiddin, I have met him, yes he is a jerk, but one hell of a bull rider!!
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jb on his game>brian
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them little short ****s sit right on top of a bull...had a boy that was about 5'5" and 130 when i was ridin...he would ride all day long. i loved the hell out of it, i would still be doin it, but like i said...6'4" dont work...too high of a center of gravity.
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I dont think I have seen JB ride much...but yea bein 6'4' and tryin to ride usually isnt a good combo. I was 6' and 180 when I was riding and I seemed to fair alright, but trust me, it was alot of work!!
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