|Top 10 Rodeo
1: A saddle bronc rider always puts
the right foot in the stirrup first.
2: Never kick a paper cup thrown down
at a rodeo.
3: Cowgirls often wear different colored
socks on each foot, for luck.
4: Don't compete with change in your
pocket because that's all you might win.
5: Never put your hat on a
bed. That will bring bad luck.
6: Eating a hotdog before the competition
brings good luck.
7: Never read your horoscope on competition
8: Never eat peanuts or popcorn in
9: Always shave before the competition.
10: Never wear yellow in the arena
-- it will bring bad luck.
Alltribes Indian Art LLC
W Ray Rd
Gilbert, AZ 85233
- Never change the name of your
horse because you will get injured on them. That is strict
philosophy on the outfit I work for. Brandon Ryan
- Daddy Always told me... Don't
never lay your hat down Like you set it on your head...
All the luck will run out!
By the way I love you're
site!!! It is Great!!! Thanks,
Phil, Cowgirl since I
was 3 days old!
- The following ten superstitions
are courtesy of Leon Humphries <email@example.com>
(1) never cross your boots when you take them off,
so you wont get tripped up.
(2) never lend out your
gear, your luck will get lost.
(3) don't clean your
work boots, you'll take off the luck. (but do how ever oil
(4) never let some one wear your hat, unless
you plan on taking them home.
(5) when you lend out
a knife, make sure it is returned the same way.
when someone gives you a knife as a gift, always give a
penny for it.
or you will cut your self badly.
(7) never use the same iron on the same animal more
than once, that animal will give you trouble.
never be a motor mouth around older cowboys, you wont work
for that outfit very long.
(9) keep a cross on you
riding hat, because you never know.
(10) when you
kill a rattle snake, cut off the head and bury it, cut off
rattles and keep them for luck, and turn the snake belly
up for rain.
- Never wear a peacock feather in your
hat. Submitted by <Horsegail@aol.com>
- Never wear yellow in the rodeo arena
when you compete, it will bring you bad luck.
Lani Romine <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Never play with another
man's crutches or you will be using a pair some
Never walk into a room
and throw your hat on the bed or you will be laid
up there with an injury soon.
And I have been around
enough years to see both of these happen, first
and second hand experiences.
Mike D. West -
Horseshoes are considered good luck. Hang one over your
kitchen door, your barn door, or your tackroom door.
Brings good luck to all who enter. Always hang 'em heels
up, less your luck'll run out. Course, anybody with any
cow in 'em will already know this. I'm Rowdy Wilson,
from all over Texas, and anywhere Rodeos happen. Tell
all your real, live, sure nuf cowboy constituents to
read Ben K. Green's, Wild Cow tales, and,Horse Trading.
Now there's a sure nuf real COWBOY. Thanx. r
On the subject of horseshoes...never pull the shoes from
a dead horse to use on another horse. Bad luck
will come to the second horse, too.
On the same vein, never use a dead dog's collar on a new
dog. Bad luck will follow.
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