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bronco:

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[Sp. mesteño=a stray], small feral horse of the W United States. Mustangs are descended from escaped Native American horses, which in turn were descended from horses of North African blood, brought to the New World by the Spanish c.1500.
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bronco

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(in the US and Canada) a wild or partially tamed pony or mustang of the western plains
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Broncho alveolar lavage is the most commonly used diagnostic tool for confirming alveolar hemorrhage.
Broncho was not just a quack, he was a consultant quack, and when he shook the specimen bottle, some of the tentacles seemed to stretch out towards you, swirling and beckoning in the blue liquid.
Brave Broncho gained his second course success when making all the running and scoring by three and a quarter lengths.
Broncho was unexpectedly different in that he presented an act and dressed himself up in a large white stetson hat with real sheepskin chaps and carried a six-gun in a holster with which he sometimes fired blanks to attract the crowds.
This was operating the machine like a bucking broncho as it went over rough terrain.
In the early years other good winners trained by the Dickinsons included The Chisler (1973 National Hunt Handicap Chase), Winter Rain (1974 Mildmay Chase), Santon Brig (1974 Scottish Champion Hurdle), Dorlesa (1974 Benson & Hedges Chase) and Broncho, who landed the Arkle Trophy, Mildmay of Flete Chase andWelsh Champion Chase in consecutive years (1975-77).
Plus there will be dodgems, a bucking broncho and a DJ on hand to entertain the guests.
The 2m handicap chase went to Brave Broncho, who was ridden by Wilson Renwick for trainer Peter Monteith.
He said, "The marketing of the campaign has included prime time TV and radio advertising, high visibility posters and imaginative promotional ideas like a Bucking Broncho machine on The White Stuff trailer.
He rode getting on for 400 winners, many for Fred Rimell and Ken Oliver as well as Calver, with the Arkle Trophy on Broncho and the Greenall Whitley on T regarron among his best.
lChris Cundall is in treble form at Cartmel as family horse Ellerby Lord takes the two-mile chase, Brother Broncho (William Wright) wins the amateurs' hurdle, and Fine Fellow (David Barron) takes the amateurs' chase.
A cracking display by Master H (Michael Oliver/John Francome) as he wins the three-mile chase at Sandown from Tied Cottage (Dan Moore/Liam O'Donnell), but a very black downside as Broncho II (Tony/Michael Dickinson) breaks a hind leg and has to be put down and Our Edition (Stan Mellor/Steve Jobar) collapses and dies after the race.