By Phillip Kitts
Rodeo cowboys are sometimes accused of not being “real cowboys,” but if one is to dig just a little they would find this is far from the truth.
The average rodeo athlete not only runs the highways of America in the effort to make a living but most of them work for or operate a multitude of ranches, farms, or other businesses that have connections to the agricultural world.
Then there are the extreme truths of true cowboys. In this case, we will provide additional entertainment by not putting a name to the athlete, but we will provide you with enough detail, it should be pretty easy.
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