In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Caroline used to ride wild broncos on the local rodeo circuit.
- After eight years of bull riding, Maurer switched to bareback bronco riding.
- And those with a bit of daring can scramble up a climbing wall, ride a bucking bronco, fight it out on the pole or even joust.
- His back still hurts from an incident with a bucking bronco, but he treats it by doing yoga.
- I usually rode broncos but that day I decided to try bull ridin’ for a second time.
- Peck bears down and learns to ride the bucking broncos and out-cowboy the tough cowboys before finally settling with Heston.
- Dusty eased onto the bronco, who shied as soon as he felt weight on him.
- Hübbe gamboled gamely, swinging his leg up and over as if mounting a horse in preparation for pirouettes, or bounding in leaps as if he were riding a bronco.
- Bucking broncos, buffalo and cowboys are all a part of the landscape in Jackson Hole, Wyo., a town which has preserved the feeling of the American ‘Wild West.’
- ‘It's good to be back to regular work,’ Chess commented as Ira crossed the fence to try his hand at the bronco.
- Almost every day, rain or shine, my sisters and I could go out on our ponies, with only the sister on the bucking bronco wearing a crash hat.
- And how has being injured affected his approach to riding bulls and broncos?
- Swing boats, carousels, inflatable sumo wrestlers and rodeo-style bucking broncos are among a host of rides booked.
- Bungee walking, a bouncy castle and a bucking bronco provided colourful entertainment for youngsters, while a car-boot sale attracted some of their parents.
- Among the better-known artists, Essenhigh came across especially strongly with a screenprint that abstracts two bucking broncos into a design motif.
- Though heavily saddled with cliché, Pure Mule exhibits at least some of the commendably defiant instincts of a bucking bronco.
- Ben watches in horror as Flynn smashes holes in a horse box and turns into a bucking bronco when they try to put a saddle on him.
- Dusting off her chinks she picked up her cowboy hat and ran from the bucking bronco that was turning back and running at her.
- The horse was small, but it was sturdy, and it suddenly started bucking and plunging in a manner that would have done a bronco proud.
- Neil Webb, 90th MDG emergency medical technician, looked up with a grin of disbelief, as a bronco bucked and narrowly missed crushing a downed contestant's foot.
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