bronc bronc  /b ˈrɑŋk/


  • (n) an unbroken or imperfectly broken mustang



  1. In both saddle bronc and bareback riding, a cowboy must keep his balance on a bucking horse for 8 sec.
  2. Usually he knows which bronc will give him a good, fishtailing ride; which bull will come out of the chute bucking, or which will plunge several feet and then start spinning.
  3. A PTI photo essay on June 28- July 4: Beantown has a bash, troops prevent a Congo clash and a bronc-rider's crash.


  1. Boulby grapples with success, future

    Bronc’s younger half-brother has excelled in wrestling’s youth ranks Ta-Tes Boulby, a seventh-grader at Redwood Elementary School, signed up for football for the first time this past fall. It was a change of pace from wrestling, Ta-Tes’ preferred sport, the one he was born to compete in. Ta-Tes played defensive end for the Del Norte Youth Football AA Blue Warriors. “I like the hitting,” Ta-Tes ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Daily Triplicate

  2. CNFR: Struggles continue in saddle bronc

    Only three saddle bronc riders posted qualified rides during Wednesday's performance of the College National Finals Rodeo, as the week-long struggles continued.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Casper Star-Tribune

  3. CNFR: Cowboys continue struggle in saddle bronc riding

    SADDLE BRONC LEADERS REMAIN CLOSE: The broncs weren't much kinder to the cowboys for Monday's start of the second go-round of saddle bronc riding at the College National Finals Rodeo.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Casper Star-Tribune

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