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bronco:

see mustangmustang
[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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The usual way was to put a broncho with an old horse and hitch them up to a wagon.
Only a young lad when this photograph was taken and copyrighted in 1911, Atkins is pictured astride a bucking broncho, wearing classic rodeo gear including leather gloves and angora wooly chaps.
The day after the cartoon appeared, Christina Broncho and her friend Kristy Broncho led a delegation of Native American students into the campus newspaper office to protest the publication of the cartoon.
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Apaches appear in frequently in novels, including <IR> PAUL WELLMAN </IR> 's Broncho Apache (1932); Elliott Arnold's Blood Brother (1947); Ed Newsom's Wagons to Tucson (1954) and Ride to High Places (1955); <IR> HENRY W.
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Now, looking back, I smile but never laugh at Broncho, or his itinerant registrars who helped him, their grimy fingers shuffling the bottles forward into eager hands when the going was good.