“At a rodeo, in a stall, in a three-way,” says McConaughey with a chuckle.
When Brooks went into his second song, an old hit called “rodeo,” the cheers grew so loud it was hard to hear him sing.
Johnny worked as a wrangler at the Elkhorn dude ranch, but he lived only for the rodeo—until he met Sue.
Joe, since this was your first rodeo, what were the major filmmaking hurdles?
He resisted the lures of the buckle bunnies who linger late in a rodeo arena, looking to sidle up against the winners.
The next day Phil seemed to slip back again, in his attitude toward Patches, to the temper of those last weeks of the rodeo.
You've had the spring rodeo in your hands ever since I can remember.
Ten years from now, thar won't be a cow hand ner a gun outside a dude ranch er a rodeo.
This native was rodeo, the brother of the true Pacheco, and he is here.
The rodeo is a part professional and part amateur Wild-West show.
1914 as public entertainment show of horse-riding skill, from earlier meaning "cattle round-up" (1834), from Spanish rodeo, "pen for cattle at a fair or market," literally "a going round," from rodear "go round, surround," related to rodare "revolve, roll," from Latin rotare "go around" (see rotary).