Jim fixed up a crude harness out of the ropes and hitched our broncho team onto the first log.
That's what I said—the man that won the broncho busting contest to-day.
His body is like a bundle of wires, as thin and muscular and enduring as that of a broncho pony.
The broncho's back arched like a bow, and the saddle went skyward.
"Because we are whites and not Red-skins," broncho Harry said.
Over went the broncho on its back, rolling to its side quickly.
Suddenly settling back on its haunches, the broncho rolled over on its side.
I piloted my broncho to a slight roll of the prairie, where we could reconnoitre.
Festina lente is their national maxim, and your thorough-bred peon would choose a broncho rather than a locomotive any day.
I am a vaquero, and here I reside; Show me the broncho I cannot ride.
broncho- or bronch- or bronchi-
Bronchus; bronchial: bronchoscope.