Results for: Cowboy

In Cowboys and Cowgirls

What did cowboys do?

Cowboys had fun, lived life, got women and fought, got drunk, saved their loved ones and traveled.
In Dallas Cowboys

Who are the cowboys?

Cowboys wrangle herds of cattle (dogies) from atop their ponies, moving them along to market, sometimes using the phrase " Git along, little dogie ". The Cowboys are also a (MORE)
In Cowboys and Cowgirls

Who were cowboys and what were the realities of cowboy life?

Most of the cowboys were Black, Hispanic and/or Native. That is why they are called cowboys and not cowmen. They worked long hard hours for little pay and were generally treat (MORE)
In US Civil War

What does a cowboy do?

Cowboys Are A Bit Like Farmers In A Way Because They Both Look After Animals. :D
In Cowboys and Cowgirls

What did a cowboy do?

Calling someone a cowboy in 1870 meant that he was intimate with cows. The correct term is wrangler, one who took care of cattle and horses.
In US Civil War

What do cowboys have?

Cowboys would most likly have a gun and rope on then. Guns if any Indians tried to kill them and the rope for cattle to get and sell or keep
In Cowboys and Cowgirls

Why is a cowboy called a cowboy if they are not a cow?

Answer:. Back in the days when cowboys were common,horses were the obvious choice if you wanted to get around withoutwalking, so cowboys weren't named for what they rode(as e (MORE)
In Stadiums

What is the Cowboys' record at Cowboys Stadium?

Since Cowboys Stadium -- now AT&T Stadium -- opened in 2009,Dallas' home record is 10-8 in preseason play, 37-35 inregular-season games and 2-1 in the postseason.
In Cowboys and Cowgirls

What is a cowboy?

a man, typically one on horseback, who herds and tends cattle,especially in the western US and as represented in westerns andnovels.