DESCRIPTION: "Way out in old South Dakota... Once roamed the greatest of outlaws... His name was old Tipperary, Tipperary of rodeo fame, The greatest of all the bronc riders Will never forget that great name." The horse's methods of throwing riders are recounted
AUTHOR: Tex Fletcher
EARLIEST DATE: 1954 ("Hoofs and Horns")
KEYWORDS: horse cowboy
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Ohrlin-HBT 68, "Tipperary" (1 text, 1 tune)
NOTES [33 words]: According to Ohrlin, Tipperary was a great rodeo horse of the period following the First World War. Only one rider is recorded as having stayed on his back, and even that feat has been questioned. - RBW
File: Ohr068

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