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  • n  a small native range horse

  • But he did not get to Nevada on his cayuse.
  • Author Davis climbed astride the tired old cayuse of the western story, rode it through a bright panorama of the old West, and won a well-deserved Pulitzer Prize (1936).
  • The winner was a wiry, cocky little cowhand named Walter Cook, who loped his cayuse over the 18 miles from the Hennessey line to Enid in less than 55 minutes, swept past the land .

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