horse wrangler


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Noun1.horse wrangler - a cowboy who takes care of the saddle horses
cowboy, cowhand, cowherd, cowman, cowpoke, cowpuncher, puncher, cattleman - a hired hand who tends cattle and performs other duties on horseback
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In the West, he soon developed his skills enough to be hired as a horse wrangler for a dollar a day.
The latest Highclere Thoroughbred Racing winner runs for the Ashes syndicate and managing director Harry Herbert explained: "Half the owners are Australian and Elizabeth Hurley is also in this group - their other horse Wrangler won his maiden nicely.
A horse wrangler who worked on the series disputes her account, insisting that HBO and the AHA were committed to ensuring the animals' safety.
At a horseback field trial, the host club will usually have a horse wrangler who has a trailer load of horses for hire.
Appeared in The Young Doctors when 12, but later took a number of odd jobs including stints as a fruit picker, horse wrangler, bingo caller and singer.
Another was a mountain guide for Ernest Hemingway, while a third was a horse wrangler on Georgia O'Keeffe's Ghost Ranch.
Also appeared in The Young Doctors when he was 12, but later took a number of odd jobs including stints as a fruit picker, horse wrangler, bingo caller and singer before returning to acting.
Wilson, who made his name in the film industry as a stuntman and horse wrangler in more than 20 feature films, launched his production company, Rollywood Studios, in Simi Valley because he liked the city's small-town atmosphere.
At various times, he has been a car washer, DJ, insurance salesman, fruit picker, horse wrangler, bingo caller, and waiter at a posh seaside restaurant in Sydney called Doyles on the Beach.