DESCRIPTION: "It was the last day of the rodeo, And in one of the stout corrals There stood a big sorrel outlaw horse.... He went by the name of Starlight, a bronc as tough as gristle...." The cowboy who draws the horse is depressed, and sure enough he is thrown
AUTHOR: Noah Henry
EARLIEST DATE: 1958 (Hoofs and Horns)
KEYWORDS: horse cowboy recitation
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Ohrlin-HBT 81, "Starlight" (1 text)
File: Ohr081

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