Buffalo Bill and the meanest horse in town

Ingano, Terrance
August 1993
Yankee;Aug93, Vol. 57 Issue 8, p119
Narrates the story of William `Buffalo Bill' F. Cody and Brocho. Description of Cody's shows; Broncho's reputation as the meanest horse in town; Abandonment of attempt to ride the horse; James E. Boyle declaration of taming the horse; Boyle's success.


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