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William holds the piggin' string in his mouth Josh Peek ropes this calf in 7.4 seconds in Round 6 at the 2007 NFR in Las Vegas, Nevada
William-swinging-a-lasso-overhead-sml William-lassoing-sml William-roping-sml William calf roping on his best friend David Druhan

William MacLeod on a ride at the 2008 fall fair

 

   

Cowboy and rodeo calf roper William's Photo Gallery

This is a photo that my dad took of me riding a horse out at Donna Dewolfe's farm in October of 2003. This is me enjoying myself riding a horse and I look pretty good on that horse, and I've sure learned my riding skills. This is a great shot! :)


This is a photo that my dad took of me riding a horse out at Rocking Horse Ranch farm in the summer of 2005 down in Cape Breton. This is me enjoying myself riding a horse and I look pretty good on that horse, and I've sure learned my riding skills. This is a great shot, and you can tell how happy I look they way I tip my hat while riding a horse, and this is the best shot! :)


Williams wields a lasso while riding a bike and swinging a lasso overhead

William lassos while riding a bike

William roping

 Josh Peek ropes this calf in 7.4 seconds at NFR 2007

This is a photo I took of calf roper Josh Peek roping this calf at the 2007 NFR in Las Vegas, Nevada, on my 19th birthday, where I watched Josh tie this calf in 7.4 seconds to win the 6th go-round in round 6. Josh took two turns of two swings to rope this calf and he tied this calf with only one wrap and a half hitch.

William holds the pink piggin' string in his mouth

William lassos his best silly goose friend David Druhan

This is a photo of me practicing my rodeo event of the tie-down calf roping skills on my best friend David Druhan in Ashdale, Nova Scotia in the summer of 2008. WHAT A ROPER! :)

William at '08 fall fair

William MacLeod riding in the arena at the 2008 Antigonish, Fall Fair


This is a photo that I took of our dog Clover in 2008, and that's a girl dog and she's a cairn terrier. That's a beautiful shot of Clover the dog, and she is very pretty and sweet and cute!

This is a second photo that I took of our dog Clover in 2008, and that's a very beautiful shot of Clover the Cairn Terrier, and you can tell in the close-up of her face, that she is very pretty and sweet and cute! I LOVE THIS DOG! :)

This is a photo that I took of my dad by the Hummer vehicle (which is one of my brother Sheumais's favorite one), up in Orlando, Florida, in 2009 as this is one of my favorite photo shots of my dad by the vehicle, as this is probably the best shot that I ever took.

This is a photo that my dad took of me on an easy rider motorcycle down at Downtown Disney in Orlando, Florida, as this is the best posed photo of me on the easy rider motorcycle, as I'm probably feeling like one of the best professional rodeo tie-down calf ropers up in Orlando, Florida, in 2009 as this is definitely one of my favorite best posed photo shots of me on the bike, as this is probably the best shot that my dad ever took of me on the motorcycle over at the shop at Downtown Disney, as this is my best favorite posed shot of me on it and this photo of me forever in the year 2009 just really ROCKS!

This is a photo that I took of a black acoustic guitar with the cutaway down at Downtown Disney in Orlando, Florida, as this is probably the best photo of the black acoustic guitar with the cutaway with some of the best autographs on it, as I'm probably feeling like one of the best professional acoustical guitarists players up in Orlando, Florida, in 2009 as this is definitely one of my favorite best photo shot of  the black acoustic guitar with the cutaway in the window at a shop down at Downtown Disney, as this photo of the guitar really ROCKS!

This is a photo that I took of a Longhorn steer's head at the Longhorn Restaurant in Orlando, Florida in 2009 as this is definitely a great shot of a steer's head up on the wall.

This is a photo that I took of an acoustical guitar and cowboy boots down at the Longhorn Restaurant in Orlando, Florida in the year 2009 as this is definitely a great photo shot of an acoustical guitar and cowboy boots on the shelf up on the wall, as this is probably the best photo of the acoustical guitar and cowboy boots, as I'm probably feeling like one of the best professional acoustical guitarists players up in Orlando, Florida, in 2009 as this is definitely one of my favorite best photo shot of  the acoustical guitar and cowboy boots up on the shelf on the wall at the Longhorn Restaurant, as this photo of the acoustical guitar and cowboy boots really ROCKS!

This is a photo that I took of a lasso up on the wall down at the Longhorn Restaurant in Orlando, Florida in the year 2009 as this is definitely a great photo shot of a lasso up  on the wall, as I'm probably feeling like one of the best ranch cowboys and professional rodeo tie-down calf ropers up in Orlando, Florida, in 2009 as this is definitely one of my favorite best photo shots of the lasso up on the wall, as this is probably the best shot that I ever took, as this is my best favorite posed shot of the lasso up on the wall at the Longhorn Restaurant and this photo REALLY ROCKS!

This is a photo that my dad took of me in my new western cowboy Wrangler shirt and new pair of Wrangler jeans down at the resort called "Orange Lake" in one of the resorts we stayed at in Orlando, Florida, as this is probably the best posed photo of me with a pink piggin' string around my shirt and holding my lasso in my hands and my thumbs in my pockets, as I'm probably feeling like one of the best ranch cowboys and professional rodeo tie-down calf ropers up in Orlando, Florida, in 2009 as this is definitely one of my favorite best posed photo shot of me with my ropes as a roper, as this is probably the best shot that my dad ever took of me, as this is my best favorite posed shot of me with my ropes and this photo of me really ROCKS AS A CALF ROPER!

This is a photo that my dad took of me in my new western cowboy Wrangler shirt and new pair of Wrangler jeans down at the resort called "Orange Lake" in one of the resorts we stayed at in Orlando, Florida, as this is probably the best posed photo of me holding a pink piggin' string and holding my lasso in my hands, as I'm probably feeling like one of the best ranch cowboys and professional rodeo tie-down calf ropers up in Orlando, Florida, in 2009 as this is definitely one of my favorite best posed photo shot of me with my ropes as a real rodeo roper, as this is probably the best shot that my dad ever took of me, as this is my best favorite posed shot of me with my ropes and this photo of me really ROCKS AS A CALF ROPER!

This is a photo that I took of a framed photograph of a rodeo and it's events down at the Longhorn Restaurant in Orlando, Florida in the year 2009 as this is definitely a great photo shot framed photograph of rodeo and it's events up on the wall, as I'm probably feeling like one of the best professional rodeo tie-down calf ropers up in Orlando, Florida, in 2009 as this is definitely the best shot that I ever took, as the real three main cowboy and cowgirl events are steer wrestling, calf roping, and bull riding for the real-life rodeos, as this framed photograph of the rodeo and it's events at the Longhorn Restaurant and this rodeo photo REALLY ROCKS!

This is a photo that my dad took of me in my new western cowboy Wrangler shirt and new pair of Wrangler jeans down at the resort called "Orange Lake" in one of the resorts we stayed at in Orlando, Florida, as this is probably the best posed photo of me holding a pink piggin' string and holding my lasso in my left hand, while I have my right hand just posed perfectly on my hip, as I'm probably feeling like one of the best ranch cowboys and professional rodeo tie-down calf ropers up in Orlando, Florida, in 2009 as this is definitely one of my favorite best posed photo shot of me with my ropes as a real rodeo and ranch roper, as this is probably the best shot that my dad ever took of me, as this is my best favorite posed shot of me with my ropes and this photo of me really ROCKS AS A CALF ROPER!

This is a photo that I took of the Hummer vehicle (which is one of my brother Sheumais's favorite one), up in Orlando, Florida, in 2009 as this is one of my favorite photo shots of the vehicle, as this is probably the best shot that I ever took of it.

This is a photo that I took of a Texas license plate at the Longhorn Restaurant in Orlando, Florida in 2009 as this is definitely a great shot of a license plate up on the wall.

This is a great photo that my mom took of me in Orlando, Florida in March 2009 as this is definitely a great shot of me at Disney's Animal Kingdom in 2009, one of my best favorite shots to live with and be with forever of 2009.

This is a great photo that I took up at Epcot in Orlando, Florida in 2009 as this is definitely a great shot of the Rock 'N' Rollar Coaster in March of 2009, as this is one of my best favorite shots to live with and be with forever of 2009 to show that I loved that ride and I'm a big huge fan of guitars and singing.

This is a great photo that my mom took of me holding my cousin Abigail at Orange Lake resort in Orlando, Florida in March of 2009 as this is definitely a great shot of me in 2009, as this is one of my best favorite shots to live with and be with forever of 2009 to show that I liked holding her and she looked so pretty as the cutest one ever.


This is a great photo that my mom took of my brother Sheumais with my cousins Abigail and Sheumas at Orange Lake resort in Orlando, Florida in March of 2009 as this is definitely a great shot in 2009, as Abigail looked so pretty as the cutest one ever.


This is a great photo that I took at the Epcot Centre in Orlando, Florida in March of 2009 as this is definitely a great shot of it in 2009, as this is the best photo that I ever took and this one is forever one of my favorites.


This is a great photo that I took up at Downtown Disney in Orlando, Florida in 2009 as this is definitely a great shot of a close-up of the leather piece on the back of the man's jeans, as I was taking a photo of it to do it for advertise to show Wrangler jeans for people to wear, as this is the best shot ever in March of 2009, as this is one of my best favorite shots to live with and be with forever of 2009 to show that I like Wrangler jeans. This was before all of us were entering the house of blues to see Willie Nelson live at the Downtown Disney House of Blues concert, and this was a fun time there, and I'll probably repeat that time forever of 2009.


This is a great photo that I took of a man working at the Super Target store in Orlando, Florida in 2009 as this is definitely a great shot of a man working in the store, as this is the best shot ever in March of 2009, as this is one of my best favorite shots.


This is a great photo that I took of a dog at the Super Target store in Orlando, Florida in 2009, as this is one of my best favorite shot of a dog. This dog is still carrying a lot of stuff on him, and why do you think he's carrying all that stuff? He looks like a real cute doggie.

This is a great photo that my mom took of me with Grandma Susan in Orlando, Florida in March 2009 as this is definitely a great shot of me with Grandma Susan at Disney's Magic Kingdom in 2009, one of my best favorite shots to live with and be with forever of 2009, ONE OF THE BEST SHOTS EVER TAKEN OF ME.


This is a great photo that I took up at Epcot Centre in Orlando, Florida in 2009 as this is definitely a great shot of a man wearing Wrangler jeans, as I was taking a photo of it to do it for advertise to show Wrangler jeans for people to wear, as this is the best shot ever in March of 2009, as this is one of my best favorite shots to live with and be with forever of 2009 to show that I like Wrangler jeans. This is a great photo of A MAN! :)


This is a great photo that I took of a car up at Epcot Centre in Orlando, Florida in 2009 as this is definitely a great shot of a car in the store after being on the Test Track ride, as this is the best shot ever in March of 2009, as this is one of my best favorite shots to live with and be with forever of 2009 to show that this is a great photo of A VEHICLE I took after being on the ride Test Track! :)

This is a great photo that I took of my mom and Grandma Susan up in Orlando, Florida in 2009 at the Silver Lake Resort as this is definitely a great shot of my mom and Grandma Susan, as this is the best shot ever in March of 2009! :)


This is definitely a great photo of Mary Lomas with a real heck of a smile posed by me at the Ohio Equestrian Centre barn in 2009.







When I saw a photo of this guy on a bull, I thought this was taken at a real rodeo. But then, I found out that it was Kelly MacDonald's dad John MacDonald on the mechanical bull at Billy Bob's in Texas. So, there was a photograph in behind and John rode on the mechanical bull, so it could feel like that John was really in that photo as if he was doing it at the real rodeo. This was a great picture I borrowed and I decided to put it on this website, so people could know that one day John out there in that steer wrestling contest will be lucky if he gets anything to win a steer wrestling title and also, a bull riding title, as well.

So then, I was starting to think that Kelly's dad John was a world champion All-Around cowboy and also a world champion steer wrestler in his own right. Kelly's dad John MacDonald, here (the one you see in the image), he's a modern day poet and also a modern day cowboy poet and farmer, kind of like in the olden times, as I think from looking at the photo of John on the mechanical bull at Billy Bob's in Texas, that's when I started to think that Kelly's dad was a world champion All-Around cowboy and also a world champion steer wrestler in his own right.

John (the modern day poet) would compete in single steer roping (a. k. a. steer tripping or steer busting), tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding (as if I think that John is perfect at mostly using his left-hand in the bull rope), as those would be the top three real main western rodeo events ever for John to compete in as the all-around champion to make him the modern day cowboy poet at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo in Fort Worth, Texas as John would look a lot like a steer wrestling champion, even though John would also be good at steer roping, calf roping and bull riding.

I would say that John is truly an amazing multi-talented modern day rodeo cowboy poet, just to be the all-around champion.

John looks really good to try his luck at steer wrestling, steer roping, calf roping and bull riding (by mostly using his left-hand in the bull rope), just to be a true all-around and steer wrestling champion doing his four events all the time, his steer roping, steer wrestling, calf roping and bull riding, all true events from the American west and that's the real true done deal of the Wild West rodeo shows of America and Canada.

This is a great photo I took of a roping dummy tied up in the early winter of 2010.

I gathered up the three legs and took two fast wraps and a half hitch and threw my hands up in the air, as I'm definitely one of the fastest tiers as it's two wraps and a half hitch, then up went my hands to practice a signal of a completed tie.

I had to take a great good photo shot of this one because this looked a lot like the best tie I ever put on that dummy and this is a great tie and a great photograph to show how good I can rope and tie at 99 years of age and also 109 years of age.

Usually and generally I take about one or two wraps around the legs of a calf.

This is a great photo I took of a roping dummy tied up in the early winter of 2010.

I gathered up the three legs and kind of took another two fast wraps and a half hitch and then threw my hands up in the air, as I'm definitely still forever and ever going to be one of the fastest tiers as it's two fast wraps and a half hitch, then up went my hands to practice a signal of a completed tie.

I had to take a great good photo shot of this one because this looked a lot like another one of the best ties I ever put on that dummy and this is another great tie and another great photograph to show how good I can rope and tie at 99 years of age and also 109 years of age.

Usually and generally I take about one or two wraps around the legs of a calf.

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011 at Gabe Chisholm's barn.

This is a great photo I took on Wednesday, April 13th, 2011 at Gabe Chisholm's barn and that's definitely my favorite shot.

This is a great photo that Ben Druhan shot of me on Henry Joosten's tractor on Wednesday, April 13th, 2011 in Ohio.

I was just posed on Henry's tractor as if I look like I'm ready to rope as if I feel like I'm in the roping box before I'm ready to rope. This is one of my favorite ones that I'll hopefully get to have back to repeat and relive again!!!

This is a great photo that Ben Druhan shot of me on Henry Joosten's tractor on Wednesday, April 13th, 2011 in Ohio.

I was just posed on Henry's tractor as if I look like I'm doing the action in the arena as if I look like I'm racing after a calf as if I am going to get ready to rope it, but I'm not roping the calf, I was just posed doing this like a real rodeo roper. This is one of my second best favorite ones that I'll hopefully get to have back to repeat and relive again forever and ever as this shows that the past is never going to be gone and it will come back again forever and ever!!!

This is a great photo that Ben Druhan shot of me on Henry Joosten's tractor on Wednesday, April 13th, 2011 in Ohio.

I was just posed on Henry's tractor as if I am practicing at doing a few practice swings as if before I would be going into the roping box as I was just posed doing this like a real rodeo roper. This is one of my third best favorite ones that I'll hopefully get to have back to repeat and relive again forever and ever as this shows that the past is never going to be gone and it will come back again forever and ever and that there'll again still be another January 1st, 1996 to December 31st, 2011 rodeo seasons to come back to relive and get repeated again as for real life you can press and hit the back button in real life as there'll again be another 1996-2011 rodeo seasons to get repeated and come back again forever and ever!!!

This is a great second photo that Ben Druhan shot of me sitting on the hay bales out at A. MacLean's barn on Wednesday, April 13th, 2011.

I was just posed on sitting on the hay bales as if I am just practicing at doing a few practice swings as if before I would be going into the roping box as I was just posed doing this like a real rodeo roper. This is one of my fourth best favorite ones that shows I'll be a real professional rodeo tie-down roper and that I'll hopefully get to have back to repeat and relive again forever and ever.

This also shows what it's like when I swing and wield a lasso for a few practice swings while sitting on the hay bales as the TRUE KING OF THE ROPERS!!! :) :) :)

This is a great photo that Ben Druhan shot of me sitting on the hay bales out at A. MacLean's barn on Wednesday, April 13th, 2011.

I was just posed on sitting on the hay bales as if I look like I'm doing the action in the arena as if I look like I'm lassoing a calf while sitting on a hay bale and swinging my loop overhead as if I am going to get ready to rope it, but I'm not roping the calf, as I was just posed doing this like a real rodeo roper. This is one of my fourth all-time best favorite ones

This also shows what it's like as if when I would lasso a calf while sitting on a hay bale and swinging a lariat overhead as the TRUE KING OF THE ROPERS WOULD DO IT FOR THE REAL TOP BEST FUN OF 1996-2011-and many other more rodeo seasons, all because of when the real top best fun had really began!!! :) :) :)

This is a great photo that I shot out at Ben Druhan's house on Wednesday, April 13th, 2011.

This is a great meal of a meatball sub from the Wheel Pizza and Sub shop, the tators from either Sobey's or SuperStore and of course, lots of the best tomatoes to eat that is probably ever the best meal for a real rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or calf roper or steer wrestler or bull rider to eat and this for sure looks like a real true traditional western cowboy/cowgirl meal.

This is a great second best photo that I shot out at Ben Druhan's house on Wednesday, April 13th, 2011.

This is a great second best photograph of a meal of a meatball sub from the Wheel Pizza and Sub shop, the tators from either Sobey's or SuperStore and of course, lots of the best tomatoes to eat and water to drink that is probably ever the best meal for a real rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or calf roper or steer wrestler or bull rider to eat and this for sure looks like a real true traditional western cowboy/cowgirl meal.

This is definitely a great photo shot of Matt Minglewood at my dad's 60th birthday party on Saturday, November 24th, 2012.

This is really one of my real best favorite shots.

Matt Minglewood and the band was performing in the house on the stage and everyone danced to him! So then, after Matt Minglewood and the band had stopped later on, then Matt Minglewood (who is at the age of 65 in the year 2012) really let me borrow his electric guitar (the one that was black with the white pick guard) and then, I finally ended up stealing that show and finally started to sing the songs for the whole crowd, a whole bunch of friends and people and even my mom and dad of "Take Me Home, Country Roads" by John Denver, "Steets of Bakersfield" by Dwight Yoakam and Buck Owens, "It Never Rains in Southern California" by Albert Hammond, "Texas in 1880" by Foster and Lloyd, "Sweet Caroline" by Neil Diamond and "Sunshine on my Shoulders" by John Denver, and WOW! I SAID TO MYSELF, "CONGRAGULATIONS ON ALL OF YOUR PERFORMANCES AT SINGING THE BEST SIX SONGS ON STAGE WITH MATT MINGLEWOOD'S ELECTRIC GUITAR AT DAD'S 60TH BIRTHDAY BASH" as I felt very alive and realistic and everybody was very proud of me that I really had enjoyed singing John Denver, Buck Owens and others, as that was the best of my dad's 60th birthday bash ever!

WHAT A GREAT SATURDAY NIGHT IT REALLY WAS, AND THIS WAS THE BEST EVER!!! :) :)

This photo really shows that I like him and he likes the look of my real true traditional Mink felt cowboy hat (instead of a black cowboy hat), as that's the real one that all rodeo cowboys and cowgirls must wear when roping calves or wrestling steers or riding bulls, but, they can still wear white straw cowboy and white straw cowgirl hats forever and ever, too.

I like to think that Matt Minglewood was definitely a fan of Buck Owens and of course, John Denver, and that I also look a lot like John Wayne (the Duke) in the cowboy hat, and that I, of course, also even look like some of Yakima Canutt (from some of the John Wayne movies, and even Yakima Canutt at the rodeo, because he even did some roping, at the rodeo, too), so this is what really makes a cowboy of who I really am of a real rodeo as people would refer to me (William) as the John Wayne of calf roping, as I'll still be alive forever and ever.

This is probably and truly one of my great favorite photographs that were photographed at the Creekside Equestrian Centre farm in Ohio in Nova Scotia in Canada.

This photograph is a great shot of William MacLeod (me, the king of the rodeo ropers and western artist) posed on his future rodeo calf roping horse "Sierra" in probably December of 2011 or January of 2012 and that's when it was photographed in between.

That looks like really one true class world future rodeo champion calf roper of a real cowboy of today from 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and also 2013 till all the way to and till the 11th millennium and beyond and many other more other present years ahead, just to show that William MacLeod is going to live and be alive forever, ever and ever and is truly a great cowboy.

This is really truly and also, sometimes another one of my great favorite photographs that was photographed at the Creekside Equestrian Centre farm in Ohio in Nova Scotia in Canada on Sunday, October 16th, 2011, where it was the day of when they were having a great horseshow.

When you look at this photograph, you can tell that I rode the horse Sierra at a walk and a trot by riding with only one hand and did some great turns with the other two people on horseback and lined up well.

THEN, RIGHT THERE IN THIS PHOTO, IT REALLY HAD TURNED OUT THAT I HAD WON FIRST PRIZE IN THE WESTERN PLEASURE CLASS SHOW AND IT TURNED OUT "WILLIAM MacLEOD, CURRENTLY IN 1st PLACE" AND WHAT A THRILL THAT WAS THAT DAY AND THIS WAS MY BEST DAY EVER!


This shows how my horseback riding skills are starting to come along very well and very good and great.

You can also, again tell from looking at this great photograph is that this really looks like one true class world future rodeo champion calf roper of a real rodeo cowboy of today from 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and also 2013 till all the way to and till the 11th millennium and beyond and many other more other present years ahead, just to show that William MacLeod is going to live and be alive forever, ever and ever and is truly a great cowboy, like Joe Beaver, Fred Whitfield, Josh Peek and of course, John Wayne (the Duke), as the greatest cowboy of them all forever and ever.

This is probably and truly one of my great best favorite photographs that was also photographed at the Creekside Equestrian Centre farm in Ohio in Nova Scotia in Canada.

This photograph is a great shot of William MacLeod (me, the king of the rodeo ropers and western artist) posed on his future rodeo calf roping horse "Sierra" in the spring of 2012 and that's when it was photographed, as if this just really shows how my calf roping skills are almost starting to come along very well and very good and great, and also, I look a lot like the country singer George Strait, because of the Wrangler clothing that I am dressed up in and that's why I think I feel like a Wrangler world class roper off all time at every rodeo.

That looks like really one true class world future rodeo champion calf roper of a real true rodeo cowboy of today from 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and also 2013 till all the way to and till the 11th millennium and beyond and many other more other present years ahead, just to show that William MacLeod is going to live and be alive forever, ever and ever and is truly a great cowboy like Joe Beaver, Fred Whitfield, Josh Peek and of course, John Wayne (the Duke).

This photograph is a great shot of William MacLeod (me, the king of the rodeo ropers and western artist) roping off his future rodeo calf roping horse "Sierra" on Thursday, May 24th, 2012 and that's when it was photographed, and also, this photograph is from a videoclip on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ij0rZg3t_E and the videoclip is of "William ropes off "Sierra" to lasso a dummy for the second and third times of the real rodeo world" as if this just really shows of how my calf roping skills are really starting to come along very well and very good and great.

In this photograph from Thursday, May 24th, 2012, I took two swings to lasso the dummy calf's head. Then, right there, I just jerked and pitched that slack up high in the air as I am now starting to get down off my horse "Sierra". Then, after starting to almost kind of pulling the piggin' string from his mouth and still trying to jerk that slack of the rope to tighten around the dummy calf's head, then and sort of after the late start of the slack, then right there, I am starting to leap down from Sierra. Then, I started running to the dummy calf to get ready to flank the dummy down to the ground. Then, my piggin' string pops off the legs and then the dummy's legs kick and strain a bit and then I put the string back on the front leg and then still made two fast wraps and a half hitch and then threw my hands up high in the air. This was probably not and maybe my best practice run because of a few things that went wrong and it very well could've been my worst run and wreck of this practice roping as a couple few bloopers had happened all wrong.

That still looks like really one true superstar of calf ropers to still be able to rope at the NFR when I am at 99 years of age, and also, many other ages ahead forever and ever.

This is almost showing that with a perfect pitch, I seem to be learning what it's like to rope a speeding calf and this almost looks like Joe Beaver style and also, Fred Whitfield style, as well, too.

This is probably and truly one of my great best favorite photographs that was also photographed at the Creekside Equestrian Centre farm in Ohio in Nova Scotia in Canada.

This photograph is another great shot of William MacLeod (me, the king of the rodeo ropers and western artist) posed on his future rodeo calf roping horse "Sierra" in the spring of 2012 and that's when it was photographed, as if this just really shows how William looks like he really is one true class world future rodeo champion calf roper of a real true rodeo cowboy of today from 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and also 2013 till all the way to and till the 11th millennium and beyond and many other more other present years ahead, just to show that William MacLeod is going to live and be alive forever, ever and ever and is truly a great cowboy like Joe Beaver, Fred Whitfield, Josh Peek and of course, John Wayne (the Duke).

This is a great posed photograph of William MacLeod wielding and twirling his rope while riding "Sierra" and that's what's so great about rodeo and western and demonstrations, as if I probably used this picture all the time to keep on describing of how that's what a calf roper would do in rodeo, by taking a couple of practice swings while waiting their turn and also, before going into the roping chutes to think about roping a calf.

This is truly another great shot of one of my great best favorite photographs that was also photographed at the Creekside Equestrian Centre farm in Ohio in Nova Scotia in Canada of William MacLeod (me, the king of the rodeo ropers and western artist) posed on his future rodeo calf roping horse "Sierra" in October of 2011 by Stacy MacMillan, also, posed on "Sonny Bowman" and that's when it was photographed.

I bet I sure do look a lot like calf roper Joe Beaver, and I think I'll be proud to keep on making the NFR forever, ever and ever.

This is five great different photograph shots I shot of my old friend, Carol Anne (a. k. a. Annie) Grover, who was my student program assistant back in Grade Primary, Grade Three and Grade Four.
 
Those five photographs were shot from my cell phone on Sunday, November 23rd, 2014 at St. James United Church and I shot the photos, because she is my very good friend and I think that she is a very pretty girl who has liked me a lot and is also a proud great lady and a proud great woman and I think you like to be a pretty girl who can really knock me off my feet, sometimes, as if she must think of me a s a great cowboy to rope calves at the Calgary Stampede for 99 years of age.

I also shot those five photographs because Carol's high black leather boots were very attractive and that Carol Grover does look very pretty in her high black boots as they sure looked a lot like English riding boots for horseback riding, but, I think her's were winter boots, as if they protected and kept Carol's legs and feet warm from the cold, wet, sleet and hail and also keep her feet warm and dry and toasty and cozy, and I think that Carol sometimes does wear tan pants tucked into her high black leather boots sometimes, and that's what I love about Carol Anne Grover.

Carol has said that I've had a great memory to remember her boots from Grade Three and that I think she'll still keep on tucking beige or tan pants into her high black leather boots and keep on wearing them at 99 years of age, when she's older and that's why I think Carol is a very pretty girl.
 
I like to probably think that Carol Grover usually wears only tan pants tucked into her high black leather boots with usually and mostly just a long-sleeved white shirt or a short-sleeved buttoned white shirt, as if I think she sometimes does.

When I saw another photo of John G. MacDonald on a mechanical bull, this was taken at Billy Bob's in Texas. So, there was a photograph in behind and John rode on the mechanical bull, so it could feel like that John was really in that photo as if he was doing it at the real rodeo. This was a great picture I borrowed and I decided to put it on this website, so people could know that one day John was still out there in that steer wrestling contest will be lucky if he gets anything to win a steer wrestling title and also, a bull riding title, as well.
 
So then, I was starting to think that Kelly's dad John was still a world champion All-Around cowboy and also a world champion steer wrestler in his own right. Kelly's dad John MacDonald, here (the one you see in the image), he's a modern day poet and also a modern day cowboy poet and farmer, kind of like in the olden times, as I think from looking at the photo of John on the mechanical bull at Billy Bob's in Texas, that's when I started to think that Kelly's dad was a world champion All-Around cowboy and also a world champion steer wrestler in his own right.
 
John (the modern day poet) would compete in steer roping
(a. k. a. steer tripping or steer busting), tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding (as if I think that John is perfect at mostly using his left-hand in the bull rope), as those would be the top four real main western rodeo events ever for John to compete in as the all-around champion to make him the modern day cowboy poet at the Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo in Fort Worth, Texas as John would look a lot like a steer wrestling champion, even though John would also be good at steer roping, calf roping and bull riding.
 
I would say that John is truly an amazing multi-talented modern day rodeo cowboy poet, just to be the all-around champion.
 
John looks really good to try his luck at steer roping, steer wrestling, calf roping and bull riding (by mostly using his left-hand in the bull rope), just to be a true all-around and steer wrestling champion doing his three events all the time, his steer roping, steer wrestling, calf roping and bull riding, all true events from the American west and that's the real true done deal.

This is three great different photograph shots I shot of my old friend, Carol Anne (a. k. a. Annie) Grover, who was my student program assistant back in Grade Primary, Grade Three and Grade Four.

Because black pants are bad for the heat and I decided that mostly beige pants and tan pants and blue jeans are better to tuck into high black leather boots, so, I think that she would've worn tan pants that day because I wore tan pants with a flowing white long-sleeved shirt that day, so I like those three photographs better from Sunday, April 5th, 2015, because you would find it better to stick with just wearing a flowing white shirt with perfect tight beige pants or perfect tight tan pants tucked into tall high black leather boots as the real true done deal.

Those three great much better photographs were shot from my cell phone on Easter Sunday on Sunday, April 5
th, 2015 at St. James United Church on Good Friday and I shot the photos, because she is my very good friend and I think that she is a very pretty girl who has liked me a lot and is also a proud great lady and a proud great woman and I think you like to be a pretty girl who can really knock me off my feet, sometimes, as if she must think of me as a great cowboy to rope calves at the Calgary Stampede for 99 years of age.

I also shot those three photographs because Carol's high black leather boots were very attractive and that Carol Grover does look very pretty in her high black boots as they sure looked a lot like English riding boots for horseback riding, but, I think her's were winter boots, as if they protected and kept Carol's legs and feet warm from the cold, wet, sleet and hail and also keep her feet warm and dry and toasty and cozy, and I think that Carol sometimes does wear tan pants tucked into her high black leather boots sometimes, and that's what I love about Carol Anne (a. k. a. Annie) Grover.

Carol has said that I've had a great memory to remember her boots from Grade Three and that I think she'll still keep on tucking beige or tan pants into her high black leather boots and keep on wearing them at 99 years of age, when she's older and that's why I think Carol is a very pretty girl, because her high black leather boots were very attractive and it showed that Carol Grover does look like a very pretty lovely lady and a pretty lovely woman in high black leather boots for comfort, as that's why I like Carol very much.

Carol Grover still does look very pretty in her high black boots they sure looked a lot like English riding boots for horseback riding, but, I think her's were winter boots, as if they protected and kept Carol's legs and feet warm from the cold, wet, sleet and hail and also keep her feet warm and dry and toasty and cozy, and I think that Carol sometimes still does wear blue jeans or beige pants or tan pants or black pants tucked into her high black leather boots sometimes, and that's what I love about Carol Anne Grover.

Carol has said that I've still had a great memory to remember her boots from Grade Three and that I think she'll still keep on tucking blue jeans or black pants or beige pants or tan pants into her high black leather boots and keep on wearing them at 78 years of age and also, 989 years of age, when she's older and that's why I think Carol is a very lovely woman and a very lovely lady.

I think I ought to paint those pictures sometime and think that Carol Grover ought to wear from those photos in my painting is a flowing long-sleeved buttoned white shirt with a black scarf, blue jacket with shiny black leather gloves and perfect tight tan pants tucked into her high black leather boots, as that's what I think is great for those five photos (that will sometime make a great painting) for sure.

I like to probably think that Carol Grover usually wears only tan pants or blue jeans tucked into her high black leather boots with usually a buttoned long-sleeved flowing white shirt or a short-sleeved flowing buttoned white shirt, as if I think she sometimes does. I like to probably think that Carol Grover also wears tan pants with those high black boots from looking at those three photos from Sunday, April 5th, 2015, it shows that Carol Grover is a lovely lady and also, a lovely woman and it shows that Carol Grover from those three photos in her high black leather boots is a very pretty lovely lady and a very pretty lovely woman, as if Carol Grover does still look very pretty with mostly tan pants or blue jeans tucked into her high black boots, as that's what I like about Carol Grover and why I've liked her forever, ever and ever.

The first pose of William MacLeod at Grandpa's Antique Photo Studio, Monday, August 17th, 2015 in Cavendish, P. E. I.

The second pose of William MacLeod at Grandpa's Antique Photo Studio, Monday, August 17th, 2015 in Cavendish, P. E. I.

The third pose of William MacLeod at Grandpa's Antique Photo Studio, Monday, August 17th, 2015 in Cavendish, P. E. I.