Cowboys and Cowgirls

Cowboys are American workers who care for cattle, typically from on horseback. The heyday of the American Cowboy was in the late 19th century, the days of long cattle drives. Cowboys were typically young men (or less commonly women) in the American Southwest, who were responsible for driving the cattle to and from market and for keeping the ranch in shape between drives.

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