Flint Spears: Cowboy Rodeo Contestant

Flint Spears: Cowboy Rodeo Contestant
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Join Flint Spears in his quest to be the best all-around cowboy on the rodeo circuit, from busting broncs in the very first rodeo on the range to roping steers in front of royalty in Europe. Anyone who enjoys Will James or western lore will enjoy this novel that's bustin' with ornery strings of outlaw horses, sailing lariats, and broken bones. First published in 1938, Flint Spears captures the terror and triumph of the rodeo circuit from its beginnings. Will James's prose and 30 pen-and-ink drawings place you in the stands cheering the flawless bronc riders and booing all those cowboys and cowgirls that "grab leather." After reading Flint Spears and looking at the 21 black-and-white photographs, you'll need to brush the dust off your chaps--and you too will understand why the rodeo is "the finest, squarest, and hardest fought contest there is." Written by Will James - Paperback - 291 pages
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