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This pencil drawing of "Portrait of William the roper" (aka: "William at Art Class") was done by artist Andrew Murray on Tuesday, December 1st, 2009, as I (who you see in the drawing) was doing a drawing on paper by looking at Claude Monet's painting as I used a little watercolor paints ready for the image I was drawing, as while I was drawing, Andrew Murray was drawing and doing the portrait of me drawing an image on paper and kind of almost everything to just feel like you're really right there in the real-life picture as, really, this image was definitely taken from the real-life action of one of the current real-life cowboys and greatest real true rodeo tie-down ropers of all-time, William MacLeod.

This looks like the best portrait that Andrew Murray had really ever done of me, and there's a lot of joy as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the drawing, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER.

This pencil drawing was drawn on Tuesday, December 1st, 2009, and this is definitely yet another very beautiful great image of the best roper of all-time, William MacLeod (who's real rodeo idol ropers are totally
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", and many other calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like as well, too, as this could just really be one of your top best favorite images, as to show a real cowboy of today in both 1996-2011 rodeo seasons, 2007 and 2009, as THIS ONE JUST ROCKS! :)

William MacLeod really likes to say "This classic contest shows bull riding, calf roping, and steer wrestling at it's best", well it's true about the real arguably top three best events in the real right place, but that's what I really say it is, as a well-spoken young man, ever. WILLIAM MacLEOD!

This really shows that my favorite things to do is roping calves in the rodeos and open ropings and doing artwork, as I'M JUST COWBOY COOL AT OTHER GREAT STUFF!

This artwork as a painting of "Ready to loop the calf" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a cowboy roping a calf as it was originally turned backwards as he was roping and tying left-handed as this drawing was done by probably the artist Steven James Petruccio from a Rodeo coloring book.

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the Rodeo coloring book and decided to make it more like a real one to turn it backwards to show that it's kind of even far much better to be right-handed by roping and tying with your right-hand, which is the real way of how I do it, so and changed the colors and made them different and then painted it.

While I was painting the image, as I was thinking that the calf roper probably took at least two turns of two swings around his head and then would throw his loop out for the rope to reach the young steer. Then, right there, you'll notice that it really looks like right there is that he’s just almost getting ready to loop the calf in the millisecond as he’s just about to make his horse put the brakes on, so the roper make a quick flip to loop the calf and then start to think about getting ready to jump down from the saddle. Then the roper will probably run down to the calf, flank it and then tie up three of it's legs with two fast wraps and a half hitch with the piggin' string and then will throw his hands up very high in the air to stop the official's watch.

I really painted this image very slowly and took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic because of the blue background, the clouds, 
the beauty of the black horse named “Black Beauty” with a white star on forehead and also, a white foot on the back hind left, the real beautiful colorful black Aberdeen-Angus calf, the roper’s tension, and everything to just feel like you're really right there in the picture, as I was also kind of thinking that when I was also really painting this great realistic picture of a calf roper on the beautiful horse named "Black Beauty", as if this cowboy from this painting really ropes and ties up calves just like calf ropers Roy Cooper, Herbert Theriot, Mike Johnson, Marty Yates and also, Yakima Canutt, and even the country singers Buck Owens, Clint Black, the character John Manly, the coachman (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), Clay Cook (from the country band called the Zac Brown Band, who would be a perfect example of a calf roper and bull rider, by using the right-hand in the bull-rope, Daniel Fortier (from the country band Wyatt), the country singer John Williamson, and also, of course, and many other great different calf ropers, as if I think that this really looks like another one of the best realistic images, I ever did as this just really shows that there just looks like a lot of joy and precision and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

This painting was painted sometime during between November and December of 2010, and this is just a very beautiful great image can also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever as this same picture can be used as if perfect for the Mo'betta calf roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta and also of course many outdoor rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as if only during the daytime, and also sometimes in the practice pens during the daytime.

Roper William MacLeod captures the action and skill whether anyone is riding a bull, calf roping, or steer wrestling, professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes make it look easy when actually it is very difficult.

This artwork as a painting of "Queen of the Western Rodeos" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a cowgirl in the Brahman bull riding event at some of the WPRA rodeos, as it was originally an artwork drawn by artist Marion Vinson from the "Rodeo Coloring Book" (a.k.a. Rodeo: America's unique sport, as that one was created and edited by Gene Vinson) and the rodeo coloring book was published in 1975.

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the Rodeo coloring book and saw only just the cowgirl and the bull in a white background with nothing else. So then, I
 decided to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done. I decided that the event in the painting would be happening to show that this would be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that this cowgirl is doing this in the Women's Professional Rodeo (WRPA) circuits, All-girl rodeos and that she even also competes against the men in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) to try to place in PRCA Brahman bull riding and tie-down roping competitions to try to just pattern herself after the great professional women bull riders and calf ropers of the 1920s and ’30s as she is also riding this bull to be doing that in every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of the cowgirl on the bull, as if it can also make the same great video clip at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

The cowgirl from the coloring book didn't have on a protective vest and chaps, so, I just decided to put the protective vest and chaps on the cowgirl bull rider as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have a cowgirl become a real professional bull rider, as if to also compete in the PBR World Finals with the men and also the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada.

While I was painting the image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of the cowgirl on the bull as it shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that this cowgirl on the bull is perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowgirl is making a great ride at every PBR World Finals and also at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that she's probably just the best "Queen of the Western Rodeos" still going to be alive in the 100th century and also after the 100th century. When I also painted this image, I was thinking that she was going to make a great ride on the Brahman bull. Then after the Brahman bull left the chutes after she nodded her head, the cowgirl held on for the whole eight seconds as if to just make a good ride. After she completed her eight second ride, then she got off the bull very easily after the rodeo clowns rushed in to distract the Brahman.

Then right there, it just shows that this cowgirl is making a good ride at every place all over the USA and Canada all morning till night. Then after the cowgirl got off the bull, she walked with her arms high in the air and tipped her hat with the right hand to the crowd and then she high-fived the rodeo clown and and tapped the rodeo clown on the elbow and also raised her two fingers to everyone to show "PEACE" and then raised her right thumb out as if just to show that this was a great ride she had probably made on this Brahman bull she might've made for this same ride at every 
all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowgirl is making a great ride at every PBR World Finals and also at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the cowgirl is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of her eyes and also maybe the lights from all indoor arenas or outdoors during the nighttime.

I really wanted people to think that this cowgirl in this painting called "Queen of the Western Rodeos" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great eight second ride and that the cowgirls really seek a personal best in the rodeo arena as it was the first sport in which women were really allowed to compete against the men and males as rodeo really gave women a real chance to earn money and a chance to really show what they were made of then and now as for the rodeo arena, women had really expressed the heart of the cowgirl, and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The cowboys are all probably watching from somewhere as they are cheering for the red-head lady to make the eight-second ride to show that she could be the best all-around hand at her two favorite events of tie-down roping and Brahman bull riding, as a great nickname: "Queen of the Western Rodeos".

I painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic and just about right because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the colorful Brahman bull, the leather protective vest and chaps, the cowgirl's tension and excitement, the red hair on the cowgirl, the colorful leather cowgirl boots, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags,the grass, half dust, the red writing on top of the white, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the advertisement of Wrangler jeans, the way this bull is bucking as it is just about everything to feel like you're really right there in the picture all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the bull riding event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that she can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This really just looks like another one of the best absolutely realistic images that I ever did and this painting kind of really must show is that rodeo riding is really a popular event in North America and Canada, as is found mainly in the Western states of America where it does have a huge following as there are now three basic real competitive events in a rodeo; steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as the Queen of the Western Rodeos is truly the great amazing cowgirl alive for the 100th century!

This was painted on Saturday, July 9th, 2011, and this is just a very great beautiful great image as this can also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever perfect for definitely at all 
twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every PBR World Finals and also at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowgirls can also compete in the Brahman bull riding and tie-down roping events with the cowboys at the NFR, Calgary Stampede and many other different ones and also the Women's rodeos, as well, too. I also would like people to think for this painting about this cowgirl is probably very tough to be competing at both ends of the arena and is sometimes a very tough woman to win NFR and Women's NFR average titles in the only real roughstock event and a timed event in the same several different years, as sometimes this cowgirl would win some tie-down calf roping titles and sometimes also winning the average in bull riding and tie-down calf roping, as I also like to think that this cowgirl from this painting probably won NFR and Women's NFR average titles in tie-down calf roping and also in bull riding, as she must be one of the great all-around hands in rodeo as a tie-down calf roper and a bull rider and is totally a true all-around world champion, bull riding world champion and also a tie-down calf roping world champion, as well, too.

This is probably one of the best images of a cowgirl riding a bucking Brahman bull to make it realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that she must look like the "All Around Champion Queen of the Universe!", "Tie-down Calf Roping Champion Queen of the Universe!" and also, "Bull Riding Champion Queen of the Universe!", as if she's a great all-around hand to compete in only the real two events for the real women of tie-down calf roping (which is also for the cowboys) and the bull riding (which is also for the cowboys, as well, too), as she must also be a great living legendary lady alive and around after the 11th millennium and beyond, as if she'll still keep on rodeoing forever and ever, to get to the good times to repeat and relive again, forever and ever!

Roper William MacLeod captures the action and skill whether anyone is riding a bull, calf roping, steer wrestling, when a cowgirls is riding a bull or also when a cowgirl is roping and tying a calf, professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes make it look easy when actually it is very difficult.

This artwork as a painting of "Ninety-Nine Years of Tie-Down Roping" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a cowboy in the tie-down roping event as it was originally an pencil artwork drawn by artist E. Vernal Wagner from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner).

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” coloring book and I decided to say that any picture from a coloring book could make a real great painting, which is the real way of how this should be done and decided that the event in the painting would be happening outdoors during the daytime. The roper from the coloring book didn't have a jerk line and a spare piggin’ string, so, I just decided to put the jerk line and the spare piggin’ string on his belt as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have all of this gear in the tie-down roping competition.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that I decided to make this roper look like he’s at ninety-nine years of age, as if to show that any tie-down roper of a cowboy or cowgirl is never too old to keep doing the things that they love and keep them young at heart, as they just have to pray that their bodies will allow them to continue doing the things that they love so much.

While I was painting the image, I was thinking that it shows that the beautiful black American Quarter horse, part Thoroughbred named "Black Beauty" (who is perfectly well trained for the rodeo event tie-down roping, and also the white foot on the back hind left as if to show that this is the real correct true "Black Beauty" that we all love in the real right place for the real true done deal, as this is the real true done deal of a great "modern times" "Black Beauty" with the real white foot on the back hind left, as I wanted it to be the best real correct kind of Black Beauty as a beautiful black American Quarter horse, part Thoroughbred named in this painting to have it’s white foot on the back hind left is that the real people and all of us would really want to sometimes just enjoy for the real right place) is a trained horse working to prepare for the rope to pull tight, as this 99-year-old cowboy is dismounting to get ready to run for his catch to take down the Hereford calf after it is thrown. When I was painting this image, I was thinking that perfect timing is really essential right here.

When I also had really painted this image, I was also thinking of the actor Forrest Taylor as the villainous James Kincaid (who owns the rights to the area's water supply) in the early 1933 John Wayne (the Duke) western movie of "Riders of Destiny" as if James Kincaid in the John Wayne movie "Riders of Destiny" would sometimes make a great all-around hand at tie-down calf roping, steer wrestling, bull riding (as if by using his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, single steer roping, as if to show that's why rodeos are the perfect home for all of John Wayne's 84 western movies to compare to this painting, because this painting will forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present and more other present rodeo seasons ahead.

When I also had really painted this image, I was also thinking of the actor Forrest Taylor as the character Bennett in the 1942 John Wayne (the Duke) western movie of "The Spoilers" as if Bennett in the John Wayne movie "The Spoilers" would sometimes make a great all-around hand at tie-down calf roping, steer wrestling, bull riding (as if by using his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, single steer roping, as if to show that's why rodeos are the perfect home for all of John Wayne's 84 western movies to compare to this painting, because this painting will forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present and more other present rodeo seasons ahead.

When I also had really painted this image, I was also thinking of the actor Forrest Taylor as the character Man in Saloon with Carlin (uncredited) in the 1942 John Wayne (the Duke) western movie of "In Old California" as if Man in Saloon with Carlin (uncredited) in the John Wayne movie "In Old California" would sometimes still make a great all-around hand at tie-down calf roping, steer wrestling, bull riding (as if by using his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, single steer roping, as if to show that's why rodeos are the perfect home for all of John Wayne's 84 western movies to compare to this painting, because this painting will forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present and more other present rodeo seasons ahead.

When I also had really painted this image, I was also thinking of the actor Forrest Taylor as the character Harry Hughes (uncredited) in the 1952 western movie of "The Story of Will Rogers" as if Harry Hughes (uncredited) would sometimes still make a great all-around hand at tie-down calf roping, steer wrestling, bull riding (as if by using his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, single steer roping, as if to show that's why rodeos are the perfect home for all of John Wayne's 84 western movies to compare to this painting, because this painting will forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present and more other present rodeo seasons ahead.


While I was also painting this image, I was also thinking that the ninety-nine-year-old senior roper was galloping on Black Beauty after the speeding target to probably take about at least two turns of two swings of the loop with his right hand around his head. Then, he would then throw his loop out for the rope to reach for the Hereford calf.

Then it shows right there in the image, the lasso is tightening around the calf’s neck as the horse brakes, as at the same time, the roper made a quick flip to loop the calf and is just dismounting from Beauty on the left-hand side. Then after the roper’s right foot hits the ground, then he will run down to the calf and use his left hand to flank and will then use his left hand tie up three of the calf’s legs with lightning fast quick hands to make two fast wraps and a half hitch with his purple-violet piggin’ string and then will throw his hands in the air to stop the official's watch.

I really wanted people to think that this calf roper is never going to be dead, as he’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that this 99 year old senior is a great tie-down roper at how tough he is to keep on roping forever and ever and probably is one of the best oldest tie-down ropers forever in an ambidextrous way at roping by swinging and throwing the loop with his right-hand, getting off on the left-hand side, flanks and ties with his left-hand. I believe that I was glad that this 99-year old man was getting off on the left-hand side to catch and tie the calf, as if this senior probably feels that he’s comfortable to swing and throw the loop with his right hand, finds it much easier to dismount on the left-hand side (instead of getting off on the right-hand side) so he can run to flank with his left-hand and also probably be one of the fastest left-handed tiers, as if this roper probably does feel comfortable to tie with his left-hand. That way the roper probably enjoys jumping off the left, as if probably he doesn’t have to dismount on the right (as if not to get tangled in the rope). I also wanted to think that this senior calf roper in this painting is probably one of the best ropers to rope with his right-hand, dismount on the left, flanks and ties left-handed as if to show that he’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that he’s probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of him.

I was also kind of thinking at the same time the he probably really and truly is a great cowboy, as if he ropes and ties up calves just like calf ropers James Zant, Trevor Brazile, Fred Whitfield, the singer and cowboy Red Steagall, the singer Lefty Frizzell, would also still be a perfect example for tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling), the character James Howard (the stableboy from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), and also, of course, Tom, the stableboy from the book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), as if, Tom would mostly be good at Western riding and can also make a great rodeo cowboy mostly for only just the two timed events in rodeo of tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling (a. k. a. bulldogging)) and also rodeo's only roughstock event, bull riding (as if by using his left-hand in the bull rope), the country and rock singer Robert Ellis Orall (who sings "Boom! It Was Over Just Like That!" (would also be a great example for mostly and only just the rodeo event of tie-down calf roping as the real true done deal) and also of course, even many other several great different calf ropers, as if I think that this ninety-nine year old senior is always another all time rodeo great, as he won more and more than and after eleven hundred world championship crowns in his career, as this senior calf roper is a true great legend and really one of the best calf ropers to throw the rope with his right hand and also tie up the calf left-handed, as if he's probably one of the best at getting off on the left-hand side, as the best roper.

This ninety-nine year old man definitely has a white moustache and that after 99 years of age, he’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that this man has probably been roping for 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as he’s also a little bit of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of him roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for this ninety-nine year old man in the future, as it shows that he’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century.

When I was also painting this image, I was also thinking is that this 99-year old tie-down roper is just competing at how tough he is to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that he has been in all of all the time all of his life forever and ever, as if this shows that this man has probably been roping all of his life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. This 99 year old tie-down roper has probably been to all over both the USA and Canada, as at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what you love and to just keep you young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, this 99-year old tie-down roper is just so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and he’s just having a ton of fun doing it as this 99-year old roper will just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in his favorite event, the tie-down roping!

When I painted this image very slowly, I also think that this Hereford calf is really trying to run its fastest to avoid being roped as this calf is probably thinking in its head, “Boy, I’ve got to get the heck away from this big horse following me as I’ve got to get the heck out of here just to be free”, as if this calf probably doesn’t even know what the roper is going to do to it since it probably doesn’t want that roper to catch it, as if they just want to be free to avoid getting caught by the rope, as the way the calf’s tail is out to the left as the calf is working hard to run its fastest, this Hereford calf probably cannot believe that it’s being chased by this big horse named “Black Beauty”, as this calf is really trying to sneak out of this one.

The chute boss is wearing sunglasses, a green and white striped western shirt with a light-blue jean vest and blue jeans. This chute boss is doing his job to pen and release the calves from the roping chutes, as the Shorthorn and the black Aberdeen-Angus calves are in the chutes ready for the next ropers of the cowboys and cowgirls to rope and tie.

I also like to think that the Shorthorn and black Aberdeen-Angus calves are in the chute watching the action, as those two calves probably are thinking in their heads, “Is this same thing going to happen to all of us, just like that one out there in the arena? Boy, we hope we don’t get caught and chased by those big horses, as we all want to be free, we don’t want to be caught”, as if maybe those two calves in the roping chutes probably sense what’s going to happen, and that’s when the time comes for those calves, that’s when they’ll probably start thinking, “Boy, I’ve got to get the heck out of there”, because they just don’t want those cowboys or cowgirls to catch them, as if they just to be free.

I really wanted people to think that this tie-down roper in this painting called "Ninety-Nine Years of Tie-Down Roping" is probably one of the best rodeo action scenes showing a ninety-nine year old senior with a white moustache in sunglasses, blue jeans and red Wrangler Western shirt lassoing a Hereford calf just dismounting the horse “Black Beauty” and preparing the take down of the calf and the roping of its legs. The old man is seen in mid air as his right foot is just about to hit the ground as Beauty stops. The old man holds the reins and saddle horn and has the violet-purple piggin’ string in his mouth and also has a yellow jerk line tucked under his belt (which will pull off his belt to back the horse up, to help keep the other rope (lasso) tight, so that the calf cannot have the chance to escape free) and a spare whit piggin’ string on his belt. A light-blue sky background with trees, a light-golden yellowish-sepia fence, calves in the roping chutes, a white horse and a chute boss behind.

I really painted this image very, very slowly and took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic because of the way I just took a lot of time was to paint this whole image very slowly just to make it realistic because of trying to get all of the colors and all of the correct and right details very slowly and just took a lot of time to get them all just about right as I took a lot of long hours in the daytime until nighttime (which is the early evening) to try and just about make this whole image look realistic because of the great effort of the long hours I just put into a day by painting this image very, very and very slowly and just took a lot of great time to paint it just about realistically right because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the colorful trees and light-blue sky in this whole picture really look like, the beauty of the black horse named “Black Beauty” with a white star and a white sock foot on the back hind left (for the real true done deal), the red and white Hereford calf, the Shorthorn and black Aberdeen-Angus calves in the chute, the ninety-nine year old senior’s tension as I love how the roper’s right foot is just about ready to hit the ground, the typical western clothes on the roper, the white horse watching, the red writing of rodeo on the white board in the chutes, the white star on the red roping chute, the dismount on the left and the chute boss sitting down to pen the calves in the chutes and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if just to show what it's really like for a ninety-nine year old senior to participate in the real precision of the tie-down roping event of ninety-nine years of tie-down roping, and the best roping horse ever, a real true "modern times" “Black Beauty”.

This really looks like another amazing great one of the best realistic images I ever did of the precision of tie-down roping as this painting almost really looks really similar to a real photograph (as if it looks almost similar to the Mo’betta calf roping in Apache, Oklahoma) and that this is the real tradition of tie-down roping for all the cowboys and cowgirls to compete in this event since it just feels like you're really right there in this picture, as this just really shows that there is definitely a lot of joy and precision and action as this one really makes you feel like to be thinking is that you are right there in the painting, and that's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

This was painted on Saturday, August 20th, 2011, and as this is just a very beautiful great image that can really also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if this same picture can be used as if perfect for the Mo'betta calf roping in Apache, Oklahoma and also of course many outdoor rodeos and open ropings and senior rodeos, as if only during the daytime, and also definitely sometimes in the practice pens during the daytime, as well, too. I also like to think is that at all of the professional rodeo circuits and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, I like to think that a lot of people have videotaped this roper from every 99 years that this man has been roping at every open ropings (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), every professional rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), every senior rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) and of course many other great professional rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) and open ropings (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens (that were also video taped all the time for all DVD videos), just to show that images and videos were all done at the same time, so people could relive and watch all of the great clips to hopefully bring the past back to life. Since not all were still images, they all would know how important it is all the time to have still images to still make great clips to show what the details are like as rodeos must be going with all of the TV-DVD video cameras rolling for DVD videos at the same time, so people could relive them all of the time just to show that tie-down roping is really one of the rodeo events that is closest to genuine cowboy and cowgirl life and is an integral part of a western horse's basic training. I also like to think that this roper has been in every video clips (for all of the DVD videos) all of the time since 99 years as this roper's probably been videotaped for a lot of 99 years at ever open ropings (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), every professional rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), every senior rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) and of course many other great professional rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) and open ropings (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens (that were also video taped all the time for all DVD videos), as this will just show that this roper is going to be lucky to be alive and well in the 11th millennium and beyond and also after the 11th millennium and beyond.

This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did as this painting really kind of shows is that roping calves is a popular rodeo event for all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is that this ninety-nine year old senior is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever!

This senior tie-down roper will never be dead and buried, he’ll still be alive in the 11th millennium and beyond and he’ll keep making the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, as he’ll never make his last NFR, but he’ll keep on making the NFR forever and ever, and that’s a great thing for this old senior tie-down roper, as he’ll be around forever and ever as if just to show that he’s still one of the best from the past and the future. Also in the painting, I also like to think that the chute boss (the one who’s penning the calves and releasing them) is also probably very thrilled at how this old senior can still compete forever and ever with the youngsters by also proving is that he'll never retire from the rodeo and that he'll keep making and roping in the NFR forever and ever everyday all the time, because he can continue to keep on roping with the kids at the Calgary Stampede forever and ever as he’s the best senior tie-down roper that has done more for tie-down roping in every full whole more decades than any other calf roper going down the road and still continues to prove to the future ropers is that anybody at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age can also still keep on being tough to just keep on roping with the kids all the way into the 100th century and beyond and also after the 100th century, so that this senior’s body can really remain to stay and be alive forever and ever. This senior roper still lives to be alive and around for the year of 2050 to rope and tie up calves and performs like a great true cowboy, as this guy has enjoyed a great career and is just so honored to think that those people are thrilled that he’s still alive since he’s the best of ropers, as he’ll again be this young again, as this senior roper will again forever relive and live in the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 1999 rodeo seasons and also this senior roper will again forever relive and live in the January 1st, 2000-December 31st, 2009 rodeo seasons, and also the January 1st, 2010-100th century-present rodeo seasons again forever and ever, since this roper breathes all the time just to know that he will live those moments again, by living in a lot of the past, present and future forever and ever as just to show is that this tie-down roper really loved rodeoing and going to open ropings all the time, as it was this senior roper’s life, since he’s been roping for ninety-nine years, as if he always made everyday a good one all the time, as if many other future ropers would’ve said to this ninety-nine-year old senior is, “Rodeo never forgets you. Rodeoin’ is just keeping you alive forever and ever and it really shows that you are proud of this sport at ninety-nine years of age and this sport is also proud of you at how tough you are at ninety-nine years of age, and that you’re one of the toughest tie-down ropers alive in rodeo forever and ever, and you get to be rodeoin’ forever and ever, since you are a brave old roper, as there is never only one you and you’re not the one and only. You’ll never be gone and in the coffin, since you’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century, and you’re still one of the best forever and ever, and we’re all proud of this old man at how he’s been roping and tying all of his life forever and ever as you are totally amazing at it. Keep up your good professional work at the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada forever and ever, as that’s what you and we all would love to show and have some of your tie-down roping styles at the NFR in Las Vegas, as if to make some great runs and to show that it’s one of the best events to ever watch, perform and see along with steer wrestling and bull riding, as you are still number 1 or 14 in the world, as you’re still going to be amazing forever and ever, and god is just so proud of your style work at ninety-nine years of age also at the Calgary Stampede, forever and ever as you just keep winning more titles in this sport forever and ever, and also rope and tie with the cowgirls, as the cowgirl tie-down ropers of the rodeo will also all love you, since they can also compete with you sometimes in match ropings, as the cowgirls must rope and tie just like how you do. The cowgirls can also rope and tie with you at every professional rodeo circuits, senior rodeos, practice pens and open ropings all over the USA and Canada of the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many different others, as also, those senior cowgirls can also be tough to rope and tie with you, as well, too, forever and ever, just like the young ones.”

This is probably realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present of when the real top best fun that began to repeat and relive forever and ever, the real true done deal was that for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), asmake all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present asthat was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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.

Roper William MacLeod captures the action and skill whether anyone is riding a bull, calf roping, or steer wrestling, professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes make it look easy when actually it is very difficult.

This artwork as a painting of "Kids training for rodeo" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally pencil drawings of kids practicing for the rodeo as it was originally an pencil artwork drawn by artist E. Vernal Wagner from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner).

I photocopied those three pencil drawings from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” coloring book and I decided to say that any pictures from coloring books could always make a real great painting, which is the real way of how this should be done. One of the kids in the coloring book probably wasn't an African-American kid and they generally held three coils of the lasso in their left hand, so I decided to make it for the real way of a black African-American kid holding two coils of the rope in his left hand and another person holding two coils in his left hand, as if to really show to make it more interesting for the painting to show that this black kid can really compete with the other different colored people and that for tie-down roping, the real way of roping is to generally hold one or two coils in your left-hand when roping and tying calves in the tie-down roping event for the real true done deal.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that I decided to make those ropers practice their roping for tie-down roping as the other one is practicing riding a sheep by way of mutton busting before she can try for bull riding, as this shows that they're going to practice to get ready for the real rodeo to look like they're one of the best cowboys and cowgirls in the countries and to show that when they one day turn into adults, they'll never be too old to keep doing the things that they love and keep them young at heart, as they just have to pray that their bodies will allow them to continue doing the things that they love so much.

While I was painting the image, I was thinking that it shows a cowgirl mutton busting on a sheep by way of practicing for the real cowgirl's bull riding event as if she'll stay on this sheep's back for the whole time and she'll probably not worry to much about falling off.

When I was also painting this image, I was also thinking that the boy in the red shirt probably took about two turns of two swings to swing his loop and throw it out at the bucket and then jerk the slack up high in the air as if to practice making a quick flip to loop the bucket.

While and when I was also painting this image, I was also thinking that the black African-American kid is following after the chicken to probably take about at least probably four twirls of four swings of the loop with his right hand around his head as he is just about trying to get ready to lasso the chicken. Then, he would throw his loop out for the rope to reach for the chicken. Then, once the chicken is caught, after he has pulled in the slack to tighten up the rope, then he will run to the chicken to get it down to the ground and then will remove the three-foot rope, with one end tucked in his belt loop and the other in his mouth (as you notice in the picture). The African-American kid will put a fast quick knot on the chicken's left leg and will then tie up the chicken's two legs with probably two tight fast wraps to be tight enough to hold that chicken down (as if for practice, for the required six seconds). This kid was just practicing at lassoing a chicken, as I like people to think in this painting is that this black African-American kid is training to become a real professional tie-down roper and steer wrestler (just like Bill Pickett), as I may want people to think that steer wrestling and tie-down roping are probably the African-American's kids two favorite events and those are the two events that he is training for.

Then it also shows right there in the image with the American and Canadian flags as if just to show that rodeos are popular all over the United States and Canada.

I really wanted people to think that from looking at this painting is that many people should think about some of the best rodeo greats by knowing that in the years that professional rodeo has existed, there have been many champions. So far, two top cowboys share the honor of having won the most All Around Championships. Tom Ferguson and Larry Mahan have both won the coveted title six times. Larry has retired and raises cutting horses. Tom was still rodeoing and would go down in rodeo history as one of the biggest winners ever. Though almost sixty years that rodeo records have been kept, no one has yet bested the great Jim Shoulders. Jim won seven times world bull riding championships and five times All Around Cowboy. Dean Oliver from Boise, Idaho, is another all time rodeo great. Dean won eleven world championship crowns in his career. 
By 1996 only two cowboys, Larry Mahan and Ty Murray, had managed to match Ferguson's record for most world titles, and only Murray had accumulated as many consecutive All-Around titles. In the late 1980s Tom Ferguson retired from rodeo.

Also from looking at this painting, each year new names are added to this list of world champions. The championships await and YOU TOO can be a world champion. LET'S RODEO FOREVER AND EVER!

got to work at doing this nice painting and just really painted this image very, very slowly to just make it about realistic and just right of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the beautiful yellow background in this picture really looks like, the American and Canadian flags (just to show that rodeo is popular all over both the United States and Canada, the boy in the white cowboy hat, red shirt and blue rope, the bucket, the long red hair and braids on the girl, the sheep, the blue fence with a little white line, the light blue jean vest on the African-American kid, the traditional great beige riding breeches tucked into the tall shiny black leather English riding boots on the African-American kid (just to show that all cowboys and cowgirls can wear that color during the tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding events, as if for sometimes in the practice pen, the colorful sheep, the grass and of course, the yellow writing on the blue to make it very entertaining for all real western rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if just to show what it's really like for kids to train and teach themselves to be in the real rodeos all over both the USA and Canada.

I may also want you to think that for this painting this really shows is that many little boys and girls dream of pretending to be champion cowboys and cowgirls, tie-down ropers, steer wrestlers and bull rider, as some even try a few tricks, but few go on to be the real All-Around cowboys like Paul Tierney, Jim Shoulders, many other all around cowboys, also few would also go on to be the real tie-down ropers like Joe Beaver, Fred Whitfield, many other champion tie-down ropers, also few would also go on to be the real steer wrestlers like Steve Duhon, Jason Miller, many other champion steer wrestlers and also of course, few would also go on to be the real bull riders like Tuff Hedeman, Ty Murray and of course many other champion bull riders, and also, cowgirls can go on to be the real champion cowgirl tie-down ropers, and also cowgirl bull riders.

This really looks like that this is the real tradition of rodeo's three real main events of tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding for all the cowboys and cowgirls to compete in this event since it just feels like you're really right there in this picture, as this just really shows that there is definitely a lot of joy and precision and action as this one really makes you feel like to be thinking is that you are right there in the painting, and that's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

This was painted on 
Saturday, September 10th, 2011, and as this is just a very beautiful great image that can really also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if just to show that they'regoing to be lucky to be alive and live forever and ever well in the 11th millennium and beyond and also after the 11th millennium and beyond.

This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images I had ever done as this is probably just realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner) as I just thought for real life to just make the real fun of January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present of when the real top best fun that began to repeat and relive forever and ever, the real true done deal was that “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner) was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever, just to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that he’s truly an amazing great cowboy alive for the 100thcentury.

Roper William MacLeod paints the kids training for the rodeo action so they can become National Finals Rodeo qualifiers and also a woman can become a National Finals Rodeo qualifier and also a Women's National Finals Rodeo qualifier, so those kids can work hard to grow up just to become the entertainers of the crowd in the future. Those three kids probably come in all shapes and sizes and all have to be top-notch and tough athletes in peak physical condition to be alive and active at their sport forever and ever. These kids probably have to learn how to be agile, quick and fast, and also of course, have the memory and reference of a computer and a knowledge of calves to be roped and tripped down to the ground, steers to be wrestled down to the ground and also, a knowledge of riding bulls. This red-haired girl on the sheep must also learn is that rodeo clowns come in all shapes and sizes and all have to be top-notch athletes in peak physical condition, as the rodeo clowns must be agile, quick and fearless, have the memory of a computer and a knowledge of bulls in order to distract them from this cowgirl so she doesn't get hurt. Roper William MacLeod feels like he has captured the kids training for rodeo as if when the kids grow up to be real professional cowboys and cowgirls, they can hopefully learn that maybe sometimes they can still make it look easy when actually it probably still is very difficult, sometimes.

This artwork as a painting of "White for good luck" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a cowboy in the steer wrestling event as it was originally an pencil artwork drawn by artist E. Vernal Wagner from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner).

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” coloring book and I decided to say that any picture from a coloring book could make a real great painting.

I decided that the event in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that this steer wrestler is doing this at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of the cowboy jumping off his horse onto the steer, as if it can also make the same great video clip at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

When I also had really painted this image, I was also thinking of John Wayne (the Duke) in the 1933 movie of "Somewhere in Sonora" as if it was at the movie clip of the 2nd clip of the steer wrestling event, as it kind of reminds me of how I would see that movie clip similar to this painting for the real true done deal as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present and more other present rodeo seasons ahead.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of the cowboy getting ready to wrestle the steer as it shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that this cowboy jumping onto the steer is just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is working hard to wrestle this steer at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that in steer roping, two cowboys work together to bring down a steer. When I also painted this image, I was also thinking that he was going to make a great run to wrestle that steer, as it shows that the cowboy is sliding off the beautiful brown-chestnut American Quarter horse named "Papo-Schleich" (who is perfectly well trained for the rodeo event steer wresting and calf roping), as the hazer is keeping the black and white Corriente steer in a straight line to make sure is that it looks like that those two horses have both got that steer sandwiched as this cowboy is working very hard to jump and slide of Papo-Schleich to get ready to wrestle that black and white Corriente steer, as there’s no chance that this steer is going to escape those two riders. When I was also painting this image, I was thinking that this bulldogger is shown leaping from his horse “Papo-Schleich” to the head of a steer that he will just about be ready to wrestle in an attempt to throw it, as this is also probably another dangerous stunt in the rodeo. Then after the cowboy’s feet have hit the ground after the hazer has ridden on by, he will then dig in his boot heels in the ground and will pull down the steer and get it wrestled to the ground really hard and then will have all four feet pointing up in the air, as he’ll probably feel like he did a great job to wrestle down this steer to the ground. I think that when the cowboy left the chutes as he was going pretty fast, I like to think that he wore a white cowboy hat fell off his head as sometimes the wind and the speed (indoors and outdoors) is pretty fast.

Then right there, it just shows that this cowboy is making a good wrestling run at every place all over the USA and Canada all morning till night. This cowboy probably showed is that he probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the cowboy and the hazer and even some of the crowd in the audience are all wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of their eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy in this painting called "White for good luck" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great steer wrestling run, and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The audience is all watching as they are cheering for the steer wrestler to make a great run as the white shirt for the white steer must bring this steer wrestler good luck, since the hazer in the white shirt and white hat really did keep that steer in the straight line so this white this steer wrestler in the white shirt could have good luck to get on this black and white Corriente steer, as that’s what you call white for good luck.

I worked hard on a painting very slowly and carefully for a while, as I painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully just to make it realistic and just working hard on it very slowly and carefully for a while to get almost everything done just about right for the highlighted details and everything to get it done just about right just about right because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the colorful and beautiful black and white Corriente steer, the flowing white western shirts and sunglasses on the steer wrestler and the hazer, the cowgirl in sunglasses, a flowing white t-shirt and blue Wrangler jeans tucked into her tall shiny black leather cowgirl boots, the steer wrestler's tension and excitement almost half smiling to get anxious to wrestle down the steer, the light blue faded jeans on the hazer, the 
colorful light-brown chestnut American Quarter horse named “Papo-Schleich” with a white blaze of a stripe and four white feet, the red writing of rodeo on the white board on the fence, the red star and the “C S” writing on the white, the red stars on top of the white, the cowboy in the audience wearing sunglasses, a flowing white shirt with beige riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots, the red shirt and brown vest on a cowboy sitting in the audience, the writing of “CFD” on the fence, the color of the buckskin Quarter horse that the hazer is riding, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the half grass, half dust, the red writing on top of the white, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue, to make it very entertaining (just so people can know that that's the one you must go to and won't forget), the real true great advertisement of Wrangler jeans, riding and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if just to show what it's really like for good luck for white in the real standard of the steer wrestling event and the best bulldogging horse ever, “Papo-Schleich, as it is just about almost nearly everything to just make you feel like you're really right there in the picture all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the steer wrestling event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that she can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This really just looks like another one of the best absolutely realistic images that I ever did and this painting kind of really must show is that steer wrestling is an event that is found at rodeos everywhere, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

This was painted on Saturday, September 24th, 2011 and Sunday, September 25th, 2011, and this is just a very great beautiful great image as this can also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever perfect for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowboys can compete in the steer wrestling all the time, FOREVER AND EVER!

When I painted this image very slowly, I also think that this black and white Corriente steer is really trying to run its fastest to probably be thinking in its head, “Somebody get me out of here! Boy, I’ve got to get the heck away from being sandwiched between those two horses chasing me as I’ve got to get the heck out of here just to be free, and I don't want to be caught or chased”, as if this black and white Corriente steer probably doesn’t even know what the those two cowboys are going to try to do to it since it probably doesn’t want that those two horses to sandwich him and be caught by one guy jumping onto him, as if the steer just wants to be free to be working hard to run its fastest, as this steer is really trying to almost jump and get away out of this one, as I also think that this cowboy is a great bulldogger, like steer wrestlers Steve Duhon and Luke Branquinho, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and of course, the country singer Tim Wilson, the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, many other different great cowboys of steer wrestling.

This is probably realistic to show that just to try to 
make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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, as this painting must show that he must look like the "Steer Wrestling (Bulldogging) Champion of the Universe!"

Roper William MacLeod captures the action and skill whether anyone is riding a bull, calf roping, steer wrestling, when a cowgirl is riding a bull or also when a cowgirl is roping and tying a calf, professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes make it look easy when actually it is very difficult.

This artwork as a painting of "The Real William MacLeod of Ropers”, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a cowboy roping a calf as it was originally turned backwards as if he was tying left-handed as this drawing was done by probably the artist Steven James Petruccio from a Rodeo coloring book.
 
I photocopied this pencil drawing from the Rodeo coloring book and decided to make it more like a real one to turn it backwards to show that it's kind of even far much better to be right-handed by tying up the legs with your right-hand, which is the real way of how I really do it, so and changed the colors and made them different and then paint it as if I wanted it to be the portrait of William MacLeod (the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist) as I really and truly decided to say that any picture from a coloring book could make a real great painting. I photocopied this pencil drawing and just decided that the event in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that I’m doing this same run all the time forever and ever at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of me roping and tying up the calf, as if it can also make the same great video clip of me roping at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of me (William MacLeod) roping and tying up the calf as it really shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that I’m just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you and me and everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m probably one of the fastest tiers at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that William MacLeod is one of the fastest tiers forever and ever. When I also painted this image, I was also thinking that I was going to make a great run to rope and tie up that Charolais calf (who is light straw color with a little bit of some pink skin). While I was painting this image, I was thinking that I held two coils of the rope in my left hand and took and twirled three swings of my loop around my head and then I would throw my loop out for the rope to reach the Charolais calf’s head. Then I stopped my horse “Lexi” (know changed to “Sierra”) to put the brakes on while I made a quick flip of the rope to loop the calf. Then I dismounted down from the saddle of Sierra and ran down to the Charolais calf and flanked it down. Then I tied up three of it's legs with two fast wraps and a half hitch with my piggin' string and then I rolled the calf over as if to make sure that it would lay down good as I threw my hands up in the air at the same time to stop the official's watch, as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how William MacLeod is truly one of the fastest tiers as it’s two fast wraps and a half hitch and then up go my hands in the air to signal a completed tie, as I’ll probably feel like I made a great job and a good run to rope and tie down the calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast, and also I’d still feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud forever and ever, as 
if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod (I) probably ropes and ties just like Joe Beaver and also, the actor John Wayne (a. k. a. The Duke), and is really just trying to chase and rope and tie just like the greatest calf ropers with probably William MacLeod's favorite rodeo cowboy heroes by the names of calf ropers Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill" and even of course, several other few great different calf ropers, as well, too!

Then right there, it just shows that William MacLeod is making the best of a good tie-down roping run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy William MacLeod in this painting called "William MacLeod of Ropers" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great roping run of roped and tied, and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The audience is all watching as they are cheering for William MacLeod to make a great run as the white shirt and the white cowboy hat must bring me (William) good luck at making the best run.

I really wanted people to think that this is probably one of the best rodeo scenes from the Wrangler Collection, as this really features cowboy William MacLeod, having roped a Charolais steer, ties the steer and raises his hands, finished, as if this probably may have been taken from the real-life action of William MacLeod from possibly at an actual rodeo or every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo in San Antonio, Texas, the Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo in Pocatello, Idaho and also, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, as well, too, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona and also of course, every rodeos, every open ropings, every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, and also, that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). 

I painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully just to make it realistic and just working hard on it very slowly and carefully for a while to just work very slowly and carefully for a while and more very slowly and almost very careful for part and half the time for three days as I just got almost everything done just about right just about right because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the colorful light cream straw Charolais calf, the red writing of Calgary Stampede on the white, William in a black Wrangler western cowboy shirt with black pearl shiny snap-on buttons, sunglasses and blue Wrangler jeans, the clouds, the beauty of my American Quarter horse named “Sierra”, the way of my tension at throwing my hands up very high in the air, the white writing of rodeo on the red board on the fence, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the half grass, half dust, the writing of “Let ‘R’ Buck” on the fence, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, 
the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue, to make it very entertaining (just so people can know that that's the one you must go to and won't forget), the real true great advertisement of Wrangler jeans,  the red and yellow stripe on the blue fence (to make it very entertaining), the spare pink piggin’ string on my belt and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the tie-down roping event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that he can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This really just looks like another one of my best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a portrait of me roping and tying up some calves as this painting kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is still one of the fastest tiers forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also 
a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting this image, the roper from the coloring book didn't a jerk line and a spare piggin’ string, so, I just decided to put the jerk line on my horse and the spare piggin’ string on my belt as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have all of my gear in the tie-down roping competition, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the
 Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING AND TYING CALVES!

This was painted on Saturday, October 15th, 2011, Monday, October 17th, 2011 and Tuesday, October 18th, 2011, and this is just a very great beautiful great image as this can also make a great video clip of me roping calves to repeat and relive again all the time forever and ever perfectly and also for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you or I (William) can relive this one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowboys and cowgirls can both compete in the tie-down roping all the time, FOREVER AND EVER ALL MORNING UNTIL NIGHT, SINCE THEY LOVE TIE-DOWN ROPING!

This is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod roping and tying up a calf) as if to make it realistic to show that I am just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner) as I just thought for real life to just make the real fun of January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present of when the real top best fun that began to repeat and relive forever and ever, the real true done deal was that “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner) was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever. This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did as this painting really kind of shows is that roping calves is a popular rodeo event for me (William MacLeod), all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I (William MacLeod) is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the
 Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever, this painting must show that William MacLeod’s truly an amazing great cowboy alive for the 100th century.

This is probably realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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, as this painting must show that William MacLeod must look like the “King of the Ropers and western artist”, "Tie-down Roping Champion of the Universe!" and also “William MacLeod keeps on shooting for more and more and more and more and more consecutive world tie-down roping titles forever and ever at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada”.

William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers"
 and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Joe Beaver won his second world championship in the all-around category in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time.

Roper William MacLeod still keeps on capturing the action and skill whether anyone is riding a bull, calf roping, steer wrestling, when a cowgirl is riding a bull or also when a cowgirl is roping and tying a calf, professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes make it look easy when actually it is very difficult.

This artwork as a painting of "Swingin'" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a cowboy in the steer wrestling event as it was originally an pencil artwork drawn by artist E. Vernal Wagner from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner).

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” coloring book and I decided to say that any picture from a coloring book could make a real great painting, which is the real way of how this should be done and decided that the event in the painting would be happening outdoors during the daytime, which was the real perfect choice and the real true done deal just to show that's what it's really like of how you don't mess around with bulldogging.

While I was painting this image, I was also thinking of the 1934 movie of "The Man from Utah" (starring John Wayne), as if this painting looked very similar to the movie clip of the 5th movie and video clip of the steer wrestling event from "The Man From Utah" and that clip where it was the fifth cowboy in the fifth clip was wrestling down the steer and also, while I was painting this image, it kind of probably reminds me of how I would see that movie clip similar to this painting for the real true done deal as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present and more other present rodeo seasons, as it kind of probably reminds me of how I would see that movie clip similar to this painting for the real true done deal as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present and more other present rodeo seasons ahead it kind of reminded me of how I would see that movie clip similar to this painting for the real true done deal as right there, it also shows and tells you in this painting of how after the cowboy has wrestled the steer to the ground, he must have all four of the animal's feet pointed in one direction before the event is finished, as the strength, weight, and speed of animal-----along with its dangerous horns-----make this one of the most difficult and perilous rodeo events, as that's what everyone really likes about showing of how you really don't mess around with bulldogging. I was also probably thinking that this steer wrestler was wearing sunglasses because he was outdoors during the daytime and that I also like to think that this steer wrestler was probably going at full speed along with the hazer to keep that Hereford steer in a straight line, as this steer wrestler worked hard to leap very fast and quickly out of the stirrups from his horse and then grabbed onto the head of the Hereford steer that he will just about be ready to wrestle and throw in perfect form in a great attempt to throw it. Then, right there, the cowboy’s feet have just dug right into the ground and is just getting ready to throw and tackle that steer in perfect form to pull and also roll down the steer over and will have all four feet pointing up in the air, as this will show that this is a great feat for the expert, as he’ll probably feel like he did a great job to wrestle down this Hereford steer to the ground, as if the announcer probably shouted in the microphone, "That a boy, alright, hey good run" as the audience probably cheered at this exciting run! When I was painting this image, I was also thinking that this cowboy is really a great bulldogger, like steer wrestlers Scott "Ote" Berry, Sid Steiner, Byron Walker, the singer and cowboy Red Steagall, the singer Lefty Frizzell (who would be a perfect example for tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling), the character James Howard (the stableboy from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), and also, of course, Tom, the stableboy from the book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), as if, Tom would mostly be good at Western riding and can also make a great rodeo cowboy mostly for only just the three timed events in rodeo of single steer roping, tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling (a. k. a. bulldogging)) and also rodeo's only roughstock event, bull riding (as if by using his left-hand in the bull rope), and even of course, the singer John Anderson (who sings "Swingin'" and "Seminole Wind" and also, would make a great bulldogger (a. k. a. steer wrestler, as well, too) and even also, many more other different and several other great cowboys of steer wrestling, as well, too.

I painted and worked very hard on this image very slowly to just get it about right, as I really wanted people to think that a steer wrestler tries his luck in one of the standard events where the fastest time wins and that it is probably one of the best rodeo action scenes showing a man in sunglasses, a moustache, light faded blue jeans and white Western shirt with a border across of the colors of burgundy-red, light-golden yellow and light blue tackling down a Hereford steer just after sliding off his horse at full speed and preparing to get ready to wrestle it down. The steer wrestler is seen digging his feet into the ground as he is stopping and throwing the steer at the same time. He grabs the horns and also gets ready to reach for the nose. A colorful-blue sky background with trees, hill, a light-golden yellowish-sepia fence, colorful flags, a white horse and also figures behind.

This looks like it's almost like it's happening outdoors for real life as if it almost looks similar to a real-live action photo and that you can almost taste and feel the energy of a lot of movement in this painting, as those cowboys sure are tough and brave to tackle down those big steers!!!

This painting is kind of beautiful and realistic at the same time because of trying to get all of the colors and all of the correct and right details very slowly to just try and just about make this whole image look realistic because of the great effort of the real highlight details of what the colorful trees and colorful-blue sky in this whole picture really look like, the colorful red and white Hereford steer, the steer wrestler’s tension and toughness as I really love how this steer wrestler is just about ready to tackle it down to the ground, the colorful western shirt with the border across on the steer wrestler, the light blue faded jeans, the white cowboy hat and the sunglasses, the colorful flags, the colorful mountains and hills and dust and dirt and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if just to show what it's really like to really show that steer wrestling, tie-down roping and bull riding are rodeo's three real main events and that this event steer wrestling is probably considerably a feat for this expert by way of the big man's event.

This really looks like another amazing great realistic image I ever did of a steer wrestler as this painting almost really looks really similar to a real photograph and makes you feel like you're outdoors in the sunshine as the action is almost coming at you as it just feels like you're really right there in this picture, as this just really shows that there is definitely a lot of joy and a lot of action as this one really makes you feel like to be thinking is that you are right there in the painting, and that's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

This was painted on Sunday, October 23rd, 2011, as this is just a very beautiful great image that can really also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if this same picture can be used as if perfect for probably many outdoor rodeos and probably senior rodeos, as if only during the daytime, and also definitely sometimes in the practice pens during the daytime, as well, too.

This is probably realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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 to hopefully get rewound and repeated again forever, ever and ever.

Roper William MacLeod captures the action and skill whether anyone is riding a bull, calf roping, or steer wrestling, professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes make it look easy when actually it is very difficult.

This artwork as a painting of "The Luck of the Draw" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil artwork drawn by artist E. Vernal Wagner from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner).

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” coloring book and I decided to say that any pictures from coloring books could always make a real great painting, which is the real way of how this should be done. The two cowboys were originally not wearing vests, so I decided as if to really show and make it more interesting for the painting is that a lot of cowboys and cowgirls like to wear vests.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that it really shows is that at first at most amateur rodeos, all the people first need to enter is to pay their entry fees as that's the way it had been back in the old days and still is in many small towns.

At the larger rodeos, contestants generally phone in entries a week in advance. The rodeo secretary will know how many cowboys and cowgirls will perform and how the stock contractor will know what kind and how many animals to brings.

A cowboy or cowgirl that has met PRCA or WPRA standards at winning at least the minimum amount of money in a year is called a "card carrier" and becomes a member of PRCA or WPRA, as contestants that are tying to become professionals, may apply for a permit to compete in professional shows, as permit holders must also meet minimum annual earning standards.

Professional rodeo had grown so big that entries now are handled by computer as to enter a professional rodeo the contestant calls the PRCA or WPRA office where his or her card number is entered into a computer. The computer randomly assigns him or her a number which he or she must wear during the performance and chooses the animal he or she will be riding or roping.

At smaller shows, this work should be done by the secretary as the stock is assigned numbers and contestants draw a number for their animal as whether or not the cowboy or cowgirl gets a real good animal that is called "the luck of the draw".

No cheating never goes on with this system as neither the cowboy, cowgirl, secretary, stock contractor or judges know who will be riding what until the very last minute before a show, as there has never been a cheating scandal in rodeo, as an old cowboy once put it, "No one knows what is going on but the critters, and they won't talk about it."

got to work at doing this nice painting and just really painted this image very, very slowly and very slow to just make it about realistic and just right of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the beautiful red, white and blue fence really looks like, the colorful trees, the cowboys with flowing white western shirts and light blue jean denim vests, the beige riding breeches, the beige riding breeches tucked into the tall shiny black leather English riding boots on the cowboy (just to show that all cowboys and cowgirls can wear that color during the tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding events, as if sometimes for practice in the practice pens), the blue jeans, the blue jeans tucked into the tall shiny black leather cowboy boots on the cowboy, the colorful Brahman bull, the dust, the white cowboy hat on the other cowboy, the mink felt cowboy hat on the other cowboy and everything else just to probably make it very entertaining for all real western rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if just to show what it's really like for "The Luck of the Draw" all over both the USA and Canada.

This really also looks like that rodeo's three real main events are tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding for all the cowboys and cowgirls to compete in this event since it just feels like you're really right there in this picture, as this just really shows it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images I had ever done as this is probably just realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of how 
this is probably realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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 was painted on 
Saturday, October 30th, 2011, and as this is just a very beautiful great image that can really also still make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if just to show that all cowboys and cowgirls are going to be lucky to be alive and live forever and ever well in the 11th millennium and beyond and also after the 11th millennium and beyond.

Roper William MacLeod paints the cowboys and rodeo clowns who are very special and believes that they all come in all shapes, all ages and even all sizes and all have to be top-notch tough great athletes in peak physical condition. It also maybe looks like for the luck of the draw is that some people still have to be agile, quick and fearless, and still have the memory of a computer and a knowledge of bulls, as well, too.

This artwork as a painting of "The Rodeo Clown" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil artwork drawn by artist E. Vernal Wagner from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner).

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” coloring book and I decided to say that any pictures from coloring books could always make a real great painting, which is the real way of how this should be done.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that a rodeo clown is dressing up to get ready for doing the action in the arena to distract the angry Brahman bulls as 
it shows a rodeo clown in light blue faded jeans as the blue suspenders are holding them up and white striped red shirt who is the protector of the cowboy and cowgirl and also the entertainer of the crowd. He is seen looking at himself in the mirror to be putting makeup on his face. His white cowboy hat is hanging on the hook on the wall. A yellow wall background, drawers and a door behind.

got to work at doing this nice painting and just really painted this image very, very slowly and very slow to just make it about realistic and just right of the great effort in the real highlight details of the beautiful red and white striped shirt, the white cowboy hat on the hook wall, the mirror, the orange-red hair, the bandana, the yellow background, the blue suspenders holding up his light blue jeans, the makeup on the clown's face, the mirror, the stuff on the table and just about everything else, as if to just to probably make it very entertaining for all real western rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture.

This really also looks like that it's probably another one of the stunning realistic images I had ever done as this is probably just realistic to show that just to try to 
make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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 was painted on 
Saturday, October 30th, 2011, and as this is just a very beautiful great image that can really also still make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if just to show that all cowboys and cowgirls are going to be lucky to be alive and live forever and ever well in the 11th millennium and beyond and also after the 11th millennium and beyond.

Roper William MacLeod paints the rodeo clowns who are the protectors of the cowboy or cowgirl and the entertainers of the crowd. Rodeo clowns also come in all shapes, all ages and even all sizes and all have to be top-notch athletes in peak physical condition. They have to be agile, quick and fearless, have the memory of a computer and a knowledge of bulls.

This artwork as a painting of "The John Wayne of Calf Roping”, by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil artwork drawn by artist E. Vernal Wagner from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner).
 
I photocopied this pencil drawing from the Rodeo coloring book and decided to make it more like a real portrait of William MacLeod (the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist) as I really and truly decided to say that any picture from a coloring book could make a real great painting. I photocopied this pencil drawing and just decided that the event in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that I’m doing this same run from the past all the time forever and ever at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of me roping and tying up the calf, as if it can also make the same great video clip of me roping at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of me (William MacLeod) roping and tying up the calf as it really shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that I’m just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you and me and everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m probably one of the fastest tiers at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that William MacLeod is one of the fastest tiers forever and ever.

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking 
of John Wayne in different movies of "The Man from Utah", "The Desert Trail", "McLintock!" and many other different western movies John Wayne is in as William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time and that's why I decided to call this painting "The John Wayne of Calf Roping", because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever.

When I also had really painted this image, I was also thinking of John Wayne (the Duke) in the 1934 movie of "The Man from Utah" as if it was at the movie clip of the 5th and final clip of the calf roping event, as if that was where John Wayne was roping and tying down the calf, as it kind of reminds me of how I would see that movie clip similar to this painting for the real true done deal as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present and more other present rodeo seasons ahead.

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking that I was going to make a great smashing run to rope and tie up that Hereford calf. While I was painting this image, I was thinking that I definitely had held two coils of the rope in my left hand and took and after I nodded for the calf when I gave the calf the correct head start and was lucky that my horse "Sierra" and I didn't break the barrier, as I galloped on my horse and I got ready loop ready and swung and twirled it for about probably three swings around my head. Then after three swings, I would throw my loop to reach the Hereford calf’s head. Then I would shoot my slack back and shoot it and sling it up high in the air to loop the calf while I stopped my horse “Sierra” to get ready to put the brakes on. Then I would get ready to lift my left foot out of the stirrup. Then I was ready to be dismounting down from the saddle of Sierra on the right hand side. Then after I dismounted from Sierra, then I finally ran down to the Hereford calf and flanked it down. Then I strung the calf's front leg after I removed the blue piggin' string from my teeth and then made great speed tying as I was thinking that my hands were a blur wrapping and tying my pink piggin' string around three of it's legs together with great speed-tying of two fast wraps and a half hitch and then I threw my hands up very high in the air to stop the official's watch to show that I was done for time and that I was just finished, as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how William MacLeod is truly "The John Wayne of Calf Roping" and is still going to be a rodeo performer at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and many other ages, as I'm also trying to prove to the crowds is that I can also spend my hours roping a calf for practice and that I'm still forever and ever one of the fastest tiers as it’s two fast wraps and a half hitch with my pink piggin' string and then up go my hands in the air to signal a completed tie, as I’ll probably feel like I made a great job and a good run to rope and tie down the calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast, and also I’d still feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud forever and ever, as I feel that I rope just like a machine and that I've felt like eight-time world champion calf roper named Joe Beaver!

Then right there, it just really shows that William MacLeod is making the best of a good tie-down roping run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy William MacLeod in this painting called "The John Wayne of Calf Roping" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great roping run at going to go for the quickest possible time that will really and truly make me a real roping living legend at 
putting heart and soul into everything for me to be alive and around in the 11th millennium and beyond forever and ever and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The audience and other people is all watching as they are cheering for William MacLeod to make a great run as this must show is that everyday all the time forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century is that I can still continue to keep on roping with the kids forever and ever at 99 years of age, and also even 999,907 years of age and many other ages as I am just class that has done more for tie-down roping in every full whole future and past decades than any other calf roper going down the road and I’m still continuing to keep on proving to great rodeo calf ropers and great rodeo cowgirl calf ropers is that I can still be tough to rope with the kids at also, 609,999,8990, years of age, and even also 99 years of age, as well, too, and also that I could still be lucky to rope forever in the NFR after 999 years of age, the Calgary Stampede at 999 years of age, the Mo'betta calf roping at 999 years of age and also the Marana Invitational Calf Roping at 999 years of age and I'd still be tough roping at the NFR forever and ever, as this must prove is that because of the hard work of 99 minutes on the treadmill has just felt proud to show is that I would be the deluxe highest money earner in the history of pro rodeo to just keep on being one of the greatest champions of all-time, still the intricacy of my perfecting of the 99 minutes on the treadmill in past years of what I’ve just really done just will keep on making me the superstar of calf ropers forever, ever and ever, as if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties just like Joe Beaver and also, the actor John Wayne (a. k. a. The Duke), and is really just trying to chase and rope and tie just like the greatest calf ropers with probably William MacLeod's favorite rodeo cowboy heroes by the names of calf ropers, Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill" and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the country singer Tim Wilson (who would also make a perfect example of a rodeo calf roper and a rodeo steer wrestler), the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, Zac Brown (the lead singer from the Zac Brown band, would would be a perfect rodeo calf roper, as well, too), and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), as well, too!!! :) :) :)

I painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully just to make it realistic and just working hard on it very slowly and carefully for a while to just work very slowly and carefully for a while and more very slowly and almost very careful for part and half the time for 
very hard and slowly as it took me several hours in the nighttime to get it finished as I just got almost everything done just about right just about right because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the colorful red and white Hereford calf, the red writing of Calgary Stampede on the white roof, William (I, me) in a blue and white polka-dotted bandana tied around his neck with a blue Wrangler western cowboy shirt with the yellow writing of "Wrangler" on the back of the shirt, the left collar and on top of the left-collar pocket and yellow on some of the inside, sunglasses, indigo-Stonewash-blue Wrangler jeans, the brown leather tag with the writing of Wrangler on the back right pocket of the Wrangler jeans, the clouds, the beauty of my American Quarter horse named “Sierra”, the way of my tension at throwing my hands up very high in the air after tying up the calf, the light-golden yellowish-sepia, red and white fences, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the half grass, half dust, the #8 tag on my back, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the colorful trees and foothills, the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue, to make it very entertaining (just so people can know that that's the one you must go to and won't forget), the real true great advertisement of Wrangler jeans, the spare white piggin’ string on my belt, the brown leather cowboy boots with the spurs and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the tie-down roping event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that she can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This really just looks like another one of my real best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a portrait of me roping and tying up some calves as this painting kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is still one of the fastest tiers forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest and youngest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also 
a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting this image, the roper from the coloring book didn't a jerk line and a spare piggin’ string, so, I just decided to put the jerk line on my horse and the spare piggin’ string on my belt as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have all of my gear in the tie-down roping competition, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the
 Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, the West of the Pecos rodeo in Pecos, Texas, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and "never will be buried and dead" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and will also never be retired from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and that I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows is that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING AND TYING CALVES!

This was painted on and between Saturday, September 19th, 2011 and Sunday, October 20th, 2011, and this is just another very great beautiful masterpiece image that can also hopefully make every great video clips of me roping calves to repeat and relive again all the time forever and ever perfectly and also for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you or I (William) can relive this one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowboys and cowgirls can both compete in the tie-down roping all the time, FOREVER AND EVER ALL MORNING UNTIL NIGHT, SINCE THEY LOVE TIE-DOWN ROPING!

This is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod roping and tying up a calf) as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that I am just to try to 
make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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 really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did as this painting really kind of shows is that roping calves is a popular rodeo event for me (William MacLeod), all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I (William MacLeod) is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever!

This is probably realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of how this painting must show that William’s truly an amazing great cowboy alive for the 100thcentury and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that William MacLeod must look like the “King of the Ropers and western artist”, "Tie-down Roping Champion of the Universe!" and also “William MacLeod keeps on shooting for more and more and more and more and more consecutive world tie-down roping titles forever and ever at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada”.

William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers"
 and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves like Jerry Jetton and Joe Beaver, the singers John Denver, George Strait, George Jones, Marty Roe (the acoustic guitar player and lead vocal singer from the country band Diamond Rio), the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), Tim Wilson, the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and even, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", Zac Brown (the lead singer from the Zac Brown band, who would would be a perfect rodeo calf roper) and even of course, many other great different calf ropers, as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Joe Beaver won his second world championship in the all-around category in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time.

Roper William MacLeod still keeps on capturing the action and skill whether anyone is riding a bull, calf roping, steer wrestling, when a cowgirl is riding a bull or also when a cowgirl is roping and tying a calf, professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes make it look easy when actually it is very difficult.

This artwork is a painting of "Rodeo Events Group”, showing rodeo's three real main events painted by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod.

The steer wrestler illustration was originally an illustration drawn and done probably by artists of probably David Ashby or Ivan Hissey or John Woodcock from the book called "The Horse: A Miscellany of Equine Knowledge" by author Julie Whitaker with Ian Whitelaw (who was the collaborator) and the foreword by William Steinkraus.

The tie-down roper and bull rider illustrations was originally done probably by the lead illustrator Mike Garland, as those two images of the calf roper and bull rider were generally from a book called "The Sports Book" by the DK publishing companies and the images of the bull rider and calf roper were generally also from http://www.dkimages.com of http://www.dkimages.com/discover/Projects/RD116/previews/12394807.JPG.

I decided that rodeo's three real main events at all real western rodeos all over both the USA and Canada are tie-down roping (for the cowboys and the cowgirls), steer wrestling, and of course, bull riding (for the cowboys and the cowgirls) as the three real main events in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that the tie-down roper William MacLeod (in the center), the steer wrestler and the bull rider are all working hard to beat the clocks at doing those three real major events at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada everywhere all the time as those three real images sure looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes those same three images, as if it can also make the same great video clips at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different lights and colors, as all of this whole image represents the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice those three real events in the practice pens as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing those three events all the time at any different places or any times of the days or any other different days.

I decided that the event steer wrestling in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that this steer wrestler is doing this at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of the cowboy jumping off his horse onto the steer, as if it can also make the same great video clip at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

While I was painting the steer wrestler, I was also thinking of more likely of "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943) as if this painting looked very similar to the movie clip of the 1st great movie and great video clip of the steer wrestling event from "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943), as if this painting also looked very similar to the movie clip of the cowboy in the steer wrestling event and how I would see that the movie clip of the first steer wrestler gallops at full speed and just gets ready leave the horse to land on top of the steer from "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943) as if for the real true done deal as for people who are fans of John Wayne to compare to rodeo, as if this'll forever and ever be again repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of the cowboy getting ready to wrestle the steer as it shows that the steer wrestler is half indoors and outdoors and that this cowboy jumping onto the steer is just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is working hard to wrestle this steer at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that steer wrestling really requires the competitor to launch himself off his horse onto a running steer. When I also painted this steer wrestler, I was also thinking that he was going to make a great run to wrestle that beautiful horned red and white Hereford steer, as it shows that the cowboy is sliding off the beautiful black American Quarter horse, part Thoroughbred named "Black Beauty" (who is also perfectly well trained for the rodeo event of steer wrestling and tie-down roping events, and also the white foot on the back hind left as if to show that this is the real correct true "Black Beauty" that we all love in the real right place for the real true done deal, as this is the real true done deal of a great "modern times" "Black Beauty" with the real white foot on the back hind left, as I wanted it to be the best real correct kind of Black Beauty as a beautiful black American Quarter horse, part Thoroughbred named in this painting to have it’s white foot on the back hind left is that the real people and all of us would really want to sometimes just enjoy for the real right place as if to show that this is the real correct true "Black Beauty", as this is just one that we all love in the real right place for the real true done deal) is a trained horse, as the hazer probably did the best job to keep the Hereford steer in a straight line to make sure is that it looks like that this steer wrestler is working very hard to jump and slide and leave off of Black Beauty to get ready to wrestle that Hereford steer. When I was also painting the steer wrestler, I was thinking that this bulldogger is shown leaping from his horse “Black Beauty" (also the tie-down roping horse) to just about be ready to make a quick catch. Then after the cowboy’s feet have hit the ground after the hazer has ridden on by, he will then dig in his boot heels in the ground and will pull down the steer and get it wrestled to the ground and will have all four feet pointing up in the air, as he’ll probably feel like he did a great job to wrestle down this red and white Hereford steer to the ground.

Then right there, it just shows that this cowboy is making a good wrestling run on that Hereford steer and will probably do great to bulldog it down to the ground at every place all over the USA and Canada all morning till night. This steer wrestler probably showed is that he probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the steer wrestler is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of his eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime, as if the steer wrestler is going to make a great run as if, yes, he got the steer and wrestled it down. Also, I like to think that this steer wrestler is doing it by how I also think that this cowboy is a great bulldogger, like steer wrestlers Steve Duhon
and Luke Branquinho, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and of course, the country singer Tim Wilson, the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, many other different great cowboys of steer wrestling.

I decided that the tie-down roper in the painting would be the self-portrait of William MacLeod (the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist) dismounting from "Sierra" (the horse) and is happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that I’m doing this same run all the time forever and ever at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of me (William MacLeod) roping and tying up the calf, as if it can also make the same great video clip of me roping at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of me (William MacLeod) roping and tying up the calf as it really shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that I’m just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you and me and everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m probably one of the best true superstars at tie-down roping with sometimes the nickname "CAPTAIN RODEO" at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that William MacLeod is the superstar of calf ropers. When I also painted my self-portrait of me roping calves, I was also thinking that I was going to make a great run to rope and tie up that Hereford x Shorthorn/Angus crossbred calf. While I was painting this tie-down roper, I was thinking that I held only just one coil of the rope in my left hand and took two turns of two swings of my loop around my head and then I would throw my loop to catch the Hereford x Shorthorn/Angus crossbred calf’s head. Then I stopped my horse “Sierra” and got ready to put the brakes on while I shot my slack back to loop the calf while I leaped down from the saddle of Sierra at the same time I held onto my slack for extra long time as by the time my right foot hit the ground, I spun the Hereford x Shorthorn/Angus crossbred calf around and then worked hard to run super, super and super fast down to the Hereford x Shorthorn/Angus crossbred calf and then got ready to flank it down. Then I tied up three of it's legs with two fast wraps and a half hitch with my piggin' string and then I threw my hands up in the air at the same time to stop the official's watch, as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how William MacLeod probably felt like he made a great job and a good run to rope and tie down the calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast with two fast wraps and a half hitch, as if I let the crowd know that I’d still be around and active and alive forever and ever and feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud as the King of the Ropers and western artist forever and ever!

Then right there, it just shows that William MacLeod is making the best of a good tie-down roping run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy William MacLeod (in the centre roping the Shorthorn calf) is probably one of the best rodeo scenes along with bull riding and steer wrestling as I am making a great roping run of showing that as my horse "Sierra" backs off to hold rope tight, I (William MacLeod) leap off to run and tie up that struggling calf, and also is just showing is that the rider may have to leave the saddle when trying to rope a calf.

The real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). William MacLeod is wearing a black Wrangler western cowboy shirt (with snap-on buttons) and blue Wrangler jeans.

This really just looks like another one of my best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a portrait of me roping calves (as I'm the roper in the center) as this roper kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is still one of the best calf ropers alive forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting the calf roper, the roper probably didn't have a piggin' string in his mouth and also didn't have a second lasso on the saddle, so, I just decided to put the piggin' string in my mouth and a spare piggin’ string on my belt and a second lasso as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have all of my gear in the tie-down roping competition, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows that this roper definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the image at work roping, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING CALVES AND IS IN THE CENTER PICTURE!

This is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod (the one in the center) roping and tying up a calf) as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that I am just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as this really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did of myself in the center as it kind of shows that roping calves is a popular rodeo event for me (William MacLeod), all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting at work roping, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I (William MacLeod) is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever!

William MacLeod can also still be known all the time as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves like
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the country singer Tim Wilson (who would also make a perfect example of a rodeo calf roper and a rodeo steer wrestler), the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, Zac Brown (the lead singer from the Zac Brown band, would would be a perfect rodeo calf roper, as well, too), and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and many other great different calf ropers, as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, as if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties just like Joe Beaver and also, the actor John Wayne (a. k. a. The Duke), and is really just trying to chase and rope and tie just like the greatest calf ropers with probably William MacLeod's favorite rodeo cowboy heroes by the names of calf ropers Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the country singer Tim Wilson (who would also make a perfect example of a rodeo calf roper and a rodeo steer wrestler), the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, Zac Brown (the lead singer from the Zac Brown band, would would be a perfect rodeo calf roper, as well, too), the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill" and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), and even of course, several other few great different calf ropers, as well, too!!! :) :) :).

I decided that the event bull riding would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done. I decided that the event in the painting would be happening to show that this would be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that this cowboy is doing this in every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of the bull rider on the bull, as if it can also make the same great video clip at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

The bull rider from the illustration probably didn't have on a protective vest and chaps, so, I just decided to put the protective vest and chaps on the bull rider as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be a real professional bull rider, as if to also compete in the PBR World Finals and also the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada.

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking of more likely of "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943) as if this painting looked very similar to the movie clip of the 4th great movie and great video clip of the Brahma bull riding event from "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943), as at the same time, this painting also looked very similar to the movie clip of the 3rd great movie and great video clip of the Brahma bull riding event and how I would see that movie clip from "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943) is just kind of by looking very similar to this painting for the real true done deal as for people who are fans of John Wayne to compare to rodeo, as if this'll forever and ever be again repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996", as if how, I was also thinking and showing of how there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of the cowboy on the bull as it shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that this cowboy on the bull is perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is making a great ride at every PBR World Finals and also at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that bull riding is just very exciting and the real glamour of the ladies competing in the bull riding with the men at the same time. When I also painted this bull rider, I was thinking that he was going to make a great ride on the Santa Gertrudis (a breed that is crossbred between a Brahman and a Shorthorn) bull. Then after the Santa Gertrudis bull left the chutes after he nodded his head, the cowboy held on for the whole eight seconds as if to just make a good ride. After he probably had completed his whole eight second ride, then he got off the bull very easily after the rodeo clowns had just probably rushed in to distract the Santa Gertrudis.

Then right there, it just shows that this bull rider is probably working hard to just making a good ride at every place all over the USA and Canada all morning till night. Then after the cowboy got off the bull, he walked with his arms up high in the air and tipped his hat with the right hand to the crowd and then he high-fived the rodeo clown and and tapped the rodeo clown on the elbow and also raised his two fingers to everyone to show "PEACE" and then raised his right thumb out as if just to show that this was a great ride he had probably made on this Santa Gertrudis bull he might've made for this same ride at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is making a great ride at every PBR World Finals and also at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the cowboy is wearing a white t-shirt with a white Wrangler western cowboy shirt and also is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of his eyes and also maybe the lights from all indoor arenas or outdoors during the nighttime. Also, when I was painting this bull rider on the Santa Gertrudis bull, I was thinking that this bull rider is really trying to be chasing some of the greatest bull riders with probably the names of bull riders Tuff Hedeman, and even of course, Adriano Moraes and many other bull riders, as if I like to think that this bull rider is really riding kind of like Tuff Hedeman and even of course, Adriano Moraes, Chris LeDoux (world bull riding champion and country singer),
the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also of course, the singer, Elvis Presley and even, many others, of bull riding (who use their left-hand in the bull-rope) as that's what's great about bull riding.

I really wanted people to think that this bull rider (the one on the right) is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great eight second ride and that it kind of shows is that riding a bucking bull is considered by some cowboys and cowgirls to be more dangerous and that the rider must keep one hand aloft, for touching the animal disqualifies him. The real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The cowboys and cowgirls are all probably watching from somewhere as they are cheering for the bull rider for good luck to make the eight-second ride.

I painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that those are three real main events at all real western rodeos and it took me three days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the colorful Santa Gertrudis bull, the leather protective vest and chaps, the bull rider's tension, balance and excitement, the colorful black leather cowboy boots on the bull rider, the yellow writing of "Rodeo Events Group" on top of the blue (to show that it's the name of the title for the painting), the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the red, white and blue stripe, the grass, half dust, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the real true great advertisement of Wrangler jeans forever and ever in the real true done deal and right place, the way this bull is bucking, the bull rider in a black Wrangler western cowboy shirt (with snap-on buttons), sunglasses and blue Wrangler jeans, the the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue, the yellow signature of the artist's name "William MacLeod" on the blue (just to make it very entertaining for this wonderful world of rodeos and it's real three main events in this painting), the colorful Hereford x Shorthorn/Angus crossbred calf, William MacLeod in a black Wrangler western cowboy shirt (with snap-on buttons), sunglasses and blue Wrangler jeans, the clouds in some parts of the day, the beauty of my American Quarter horse named “Sierra”, the way of how I'm dismounting and holding the slack of the rope, the red and yellow stripe on the blue fence (to make it very entertaining), the spare pink piggin’ string on my belt, the beautiful color of the red and white Hereford steer, the steer wrestler in a black Wrangler western cowboy shirt (with snap-on buttons), sunglasses and blue Wrangler jeans, the red, white and blue fence, the steer wrestler's tension to get ready to wrestle down the steer, the beauty of the black horse named “Black Beauty" with a white star and white feet on the hind left and is also the best steer wrestling and tie-down roping horse ever and and also almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if just to show what it's really like for good luck for white in the real standard of the steer wrestling event and the best bulldogging and tie-down roping horse ever, "Black Beauty", as it is just about almost nearly everything to just make you feel like you're really right there in the picture watching the three real main events as it is just about everything to feel like you're really right there in the picture all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the real three events all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the bull riding event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that she can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This really just looks like just another one of the best absolutely realistic images that I ever did and this painting kind of really shows is that rodeo riding is really a popular event in North America and Canada, as is found mainly in the Western states of America where it does have a huge following as there are now three basic real competitive events in a rodeo; steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action in three events as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing to show that this is REAL RODEO WAYS, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF RODEO RULES, as William MacLeod is truly the great amazing tie-down roper alive for the 100th century forever and ever!

This is probably one of the best image in one at the same time of a cowboy riding a bucking bull, William MacLeod roping the calf and of course, the other cowboy is jumping off a horse onto a steer, to make it look all realistic and real just to show that to try to relive and keep on making all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of making all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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 and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that the bull rider must look like the "Bull Riding Champion of the Universe!", the steer wrestler must look like the "Steer Wrestling (Bulldogging) Champion of the Universe!" and also that William MacLeod must look like the “King of the Ropers and western artist”, "Tie-down Roping Champion of the Universe!" and also “William MacLeod keeps on shooting for more and more and more and more and more consecutive world tie-down roping titles forever and ever at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada”.

This was painted on Friday, November 25th, 2011, Saturday, November 26th, 2011 and Sunday, November 27th, 2011 and this is just a very great beautiful great image of three events all in one whole picture as they can also make great video clips at the same time to repeat and relive again forever and ever perfect for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive any three of your favorite events from one of the pictures in one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every PBR World Finals and also at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, every open ropings, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowgirls can also compete in the Brahman bull riding and tie-down roping events with the cowboys at the NFR, Calgary Stampede and many other different ones and also the Women's rodeos, as well, too.

I really wanted people to think that the three cowboys in this painting are being cheered by all of the audience, as they are cheering for the cowboys to make great runs as all three of them are wearing black Wrangler western cowboy shirts (with snap-on buttons), so that they could think a lot of cowboys and cowgirls sometimes like to wear them, as if to still win the fastest times in the two timed events and also win and complete the eight-second ride on the bull.

Then it also shows right there in the image with the American and Canadian flags as if just to show that rodeos are popular all over the United States and Canada.

I also really wanted people to think that from looking at this painting is that held in Las Vegas, the National Finals Rodeo is the most prestigious event of its kind in the United States. And also, many people should think about some of the best rodeo greats by knowing that in the years that professional rodeo has existed, there have been many champions. So far, two top cowboys share the honor of having won the most All Around Championships. Tom Ferguson and Larry Mahan have both won the coveted title six times. Larry has retired and raises cutting horses. Tom was still rodeoing and would go down in rodeo history as one of the biggest winners ever. Though almost sixty years that rodeo records have been kept, no one has yet bested the great Jim Shoulders. Jim won seven times world bull riding championships and five times All Around Cowboy. Dean Oliver from Boise, Idaho, is another all time rodeo great. Dean won eleven world championship crowns in his career. By 1996 only two cowboys, Larry Mahan and Ty Murray, had managed to match Ferguson's record for most world titles, and only Murray had accumulated as many consecutive All-Around titles. In the late 1980s Tom Ferguson retired from rodeo.

Also from looking at this painting, each year new names are added to this list of world champions. The championships await and YOU TOO can be a world champion. LET'S RODEO FOREVER AND EVER!

I may also want you to think that for this painting this really shows is that many little boys and girls dream of pretending to be champion cowboys and cowgirls, tie-down ropers, steer wrestlers and bull rider, as some even try a few tricks, but few go on to be the real All-Around cowboys like Paul Tierney, Jim Shoulders, many other all around cowboys, also few would also go on to be the real tie-down ropers like Joe Beaver, Fred Whitfield, many other champion tie-down ropers, also few would also go on to be the real steer wrestlers like Steve Duhon, Jason Miller, many other champion steer wrestlers and also of course, few would also go on to be the real bull riders like Tuff Hedeman, Ty Murray and of course many other champion bull riders, and also, cowgirls can go on to be the real champion cowgirl tie-down ropers, and also cowgirl bull riders.

Also, you may want to think that one of the greatest calf ropers in the history of rodeo, Dean Oliver combined size, speed and smooth coordination to become one of rodeo's finest athletes. Oliver captured the calf roping championship an unprecedented eight times (since equaled by Roy Cooper), and he also won three all-round championships through skilled bulldogging.

Also, you may want to think that undeniably the finest steer wrestler, or bulldogger, of all time, Homer Pettigrew made getting down on a hard-running steer look deceptively easy. His strength and superb coordination won him an unprecedented, and still unequaled, six championship titles in steer wrestling, as well as three reserve championships, in the years between 1940 and 1950.

Also, you may want to think that among the greatest bull riders ever, Harry Tompkins captured five bull riding championships, as well as winning two all-around titles in a 13-year period. Blessed with exceptional balance and coordination, Tompkins was noted for riding with a slack rope and looking off into the arena crowd while in action.

Also, you may want to think that sometimes probably one of the greatest calf ropers in the history of rodeo are some of the best cowgirls who sometimes also probably combined size, speed and smooth coordination to become one of rodeo's finest athletes and cowgirl calf ropers and also you may want to think that among the greatest bull riders ever is that sometimes cowgirls have captured bull riding championships, as well as if to be blessed with exceptional balance and coordination, as sometimes probably the best cowgirls in bull riding might probably be noted for riding with a slack rope and looking off into the arena crowd while in action. Single steer roping is also becoming a little bit popular as if Bob Crosby is probably also one of the best single steer ropers and calf ropers, as well, too, sometimes.

This really looks like that this is the real tradition of rodeo's three real main events of tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding for all the cowboys and cowgirls to compete in this event since it just feels like you're really right there in this picture, as this just really shows that there is definitely a lot of joy and precision and action as this one really makes you feel like to be thinking is that you are right there in the painting, and that's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER to be lucky to be having rodeos forever and ever well in the 11th millennium and beyond and also after the 11th millennium and beyond.

This looks like a great rodeo scene showing three cowboys in blue Wrangler jeans, white t-shirts and white Wrangler western cowboy shirts working hard to beat the clocks. A half indoor and sky backgrounds, a red, white and blue fence and everything else behind. This outstanding image exemplifies MacLeod's illustrative prowess and knowledge of the rodeo action and also his event, THE TIE-DOWN ROPING.

This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images I had ever done as this is probably just realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and also that this whole picture of three real main events at all real western rodeos all over the United States and Canada just really captures your heart and you'll have a real time machine for sure and that you can go back in time forever and ever, as the past will never be gone and can always be relived from January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and many other future years, so anyone must thank god to let your body remain to stay, live and be alive for a thousand years all the way into the 100th century and after the 100th century just to show that there'll forever and ever again be another you, another Pecos Bill, another Jerry Jetton, another Joe Beaver, another John Wayne and also another Clint Eastwood and many other great people from the past as you'll get born again into the spiritual world again forever and ever.

William MacLeod really likes to say, "This classic contest shows bull riding, calf roping, and steer wrestling at it's best", well it's true about the real arguably top three best events in the real right place, but that's what I really say it is, as a well-spoken young man, ever. WILLIAM MacLEOD!

This original extreme sport really shows that this thrilling rodeo painting of three events is really rounding up heart-pumping rodeo footage from across the nation, as this collection of the three events of the rodeo really features some of the original extreme sport's best bull riders, bulldoggers and calf ropers. But, when the toughest cowboys and the toughest cowgirls on the circuit take on the meanest critters around, the animals won't be the only ones in the arena with raw hides. So grab a front-row seat for all the wild, white-knuckle action!

Sometimes by looking at this whole painting, I think it sometimes ought to show is that it still really means to Cowboy Up! It's the greatest sport on dirt and it's coming to your living room! It'll heat up your living room for sure, as if from looking at this painting, it really will show how THESE COWBOYS AND COWGIRLS KNOW HOW IT'S DONE FOR SURE AS IT'S RODEO TIME! This painting kind of does show is that you're about to see some of the wildest rides by some of the bravest (or craziest) cowboys and cowgirls. With hundreds of rides, wrecks and rodeos under their belts, these cowboys and cowgirls have earned the right to be called Super Star. Watch the sport's best in the events that made them famous: bull ridin', steer wrestlin', and calf ropin'. We've collected some of the finest thrills and throws to prove once and for all that rodeo men and women of bull riders are totally still the toughest around, forever and ever as it's just side-splittin', bone-jarrin', bull-bustin' action for the best hilarious rip-roarin' rodeo hi-jinks collected in one hot painting, as it sure looks packed with plenty of rollicking action, as this painting almost nearly uncoils as smoothly as a rodeo rope, as if to show what it's like to ride in the rodeo and do the three real main events of only just all the time of steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping, as those three riders and this whole painting is all here for you to enjoy and repeat and make great video clips by looking at those three images in one over and over again after the 11th millennium and beyond, as the real hard-hitting collection of real rodeo action of SUPER STARS AND GREAT RIDES OF RODEO features nothing but the best of expert wrestling, riding, roping, and busting, as that's what AMEN really means for A RODEO WHERE RODEOS ARE BORN.

Roper William MacLeod has captured the whole skill of the action and skill of anyone riding a bull, myself (William MacLeod) calf roping and also a cowboy wrestling a steer, as this shows that the real main rodeo events are Brahman bull riding, calf roping, and steer wrestling and also the professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes still keep on making it look very easy when actually it is sometimes still very difficult.

This artwork as a painting of "The Rodeo Announcer" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil artwork drawn by artist E. Vernal Wagner from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner).

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” coloring book and I decided to say that any pictures from coloring books could always make a real great painting, which is the real way of how this should be done. The cowgirl was not originally wearing a vest, so I just decided as if to just really show and just make it more interesting for the painting is that a lot of cowboys or cowgirls like to wear vests.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that it really shows is that there are seven different events in professional rodeo, as those real three main events are calf roping (for the cowboys and cowgirls), steer wrestling, and bull riding (also another event for the cowboys and cowgirls), as in addition to these real three standard rodeo events of the real western rodeos, there are many others that are popular in different parts of the country as if in Little Britches, high school, college, and amateur rodeos, there may be other events in different parts of the country; for example goat tying, breakaway-roping, wild cow milking and trick-roping contests.

Many boys and girls do go to rodeos each year but don't understand what is happening and what to look for.

Before an event begins, watch the chutes. If it is a timed event, pay attention to the animals, cowboys and cowgirls.

Rodeo judges must be in a position to see that if the bull falls, or fails to buck, the judges will allow him or her another mount, and of course, a re-ride. Of course, rodeo clowns keep fans entertained by telling jokes and acting out skits. They are superior athletes with quick wits and swift legs as they outsmart and outmaneuver angry bulls to protect and save bull riders.

got to work at doing this nice painting and just really painted this image to get it done slowly and very carefully to take about just a lot of the correct time to get it done just about right, by just trying to get the highlights of the details very slowly just to get all of the details just about right to just make it about realistic and just right of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the beautiful red, white and blue flags really looks like, the red writing of Rodeo on the white, the colorful American flag, the yellow writing of Championship and the red and yellow stripe on the blue (to make it very entertaining) for all real rodeos, the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue, to make it very entertaining (just so people can know that that's the one you must go to and won't forget), the rodeo announcer in the mink felt cowboy hat with the white shirt, red tie and the black jacket, the man in the light sepia/tan felt cowboy hat with a red and yellow Western shirt and bollow tie and blue jeans, the other rodeo announcer in the white cowboy hat with a white shirt, black tie and brown jacket, the hot red-head woman in a pink cowgirl hat with red, white shirt, red bandana, black vest and black jacket and everything else of the light blue, blue and white colors in the picture just to probably make it very entertaining for all real western rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if just to show what it's really like for "The Rodeo Announcer" all over both the USA and Canada.

When and while I was painting this image, I was kind of thinking and just imagining at the same time is that the rodeo announcer in the black jacket was saying and talking to to other announcer in the brown jacket and was probably saying to him, "
Well, it really has, sir, as you know in the last past couple of years we've only had just the calf roping (which is the cowboys and the cowgirls event) and of course last year's finish was probably just superb with the tough cowboy at 98 years of age roping like heck with his wife also roping with him at the same time and also another cowboy, who was also 86 years of age also roping like heck with his wife also roping with him at the same time were both just all going down to the wire with only one tenth of a second between them after they’ve roped all sixteen calves and also another sixteen calves (which was also for the women at the same time, as well too). But, this year we've added the steer wrestling (also known as bulldogging) and also for all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, the bull riding as they’re two very important events to both Texas and Oklahoma and this part of the country and many other parts of different countries, because bull riding's for all the cowboys and cowgirls and is just very exciting as we bring in the beauty and the real glamour of the ladies in the bull riding with the men at the same time and that we also bring the cowboys at the thrill of their best in the steer wrestling and this year it gets bigger, better than ever at this real World's Championship Rodeo as it's the real true done deal of three main events that just goes great by entertaining the real world for the future on January 1st, 1996, the real top best full will begin and will one day entertain the real world since 1996, because 1996 will always be back again forever and will always be old school."

I also like to think that when I was also painting this image, I was also thinking at the same time was that the rodeo announcers were both probably also saying, "Hey, folks. Come on down to the World's Championship Rodeo. Calf roping, steer wrestling, bull riding, pie-eating contest, great barbecue.
 So, folks, the first event we're going to see is calf roping, and we're also going to see the women in the calf roping, as well, too, at the same time. The other two events we have in this rodeo are steer wrestling and of course, the grand finale and most dangerous of all, the Brahman bull riding, as remember folks, for the bull riding is that again, we're also going to see the women in the Brahman bull riding, as well, too, at the same time. This is a great lively show we're going to watch and announce and tell you all about the great athletes in this arena, and also is that all of some of the old seniors of the best oldest cowboys and oldest cowgirls who are also going to compete along with the young and younger ones at the same time, as they'll see who's very good in each of the three events. Just remember folks, rodeos are going to be around forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond. Some of the cowboys and cowgirls are at the age of 99 years old, and those few cowboys and few cowgirls at 99 years of age are still roping and tying calves like heck, because they love doing this and you'll definitely be seeing them in the 11th millennium and beyond and they've been roping calves for a long, long time and they're going to be around and active forever and ever, as you know that they've still been inducted into several different hall of fames, while they were still very active competitors, well, this sport really means a lot to some of the best cowboys and cowgirls at 99 years of age by just swinging and throwing the loop of the rope and getting of the horse."

I also like to think that when I was also painting this image, I also probably was thinking that the announcer in the brown jacket said to the judge and the announcer in the black jacket, "
This classic contest shows bull riding, calf roping, and steer wrestling at it's best", as that is so true about the real arguably top three best events in the real right place at all real western rodeos all over the USA and Canada for the real true done deal of just a rodeo, where rodeos are born.

This really also looks like that when I was painting this image of the real world of the real rodeos, I was kind of thinking at the same time was that a rodeo is always a cowboy and cowgirl show as the cowboys and cowgirls do fancy riding on the bulls, the cowboys also do expert thrills at wrestling down steers to ground and that the cowboys and cowgirls also do fancy roping, as this goes to show is that rodeo's three real main events are tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding for all the cowboys and cowgirls to compete in those events, as all cowboys and cowgirls pay to enter a rodeo, as this goes to show is that if they win contests, they win money prizes. Since it just feels like that you're really right there in this picture, this just really shows it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS THE RODEO IS A LIVELY SHOW!

This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images I had ever done as this is probably just realistic to show that just to try to 
make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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 was painted on Saturday, January 
7th, 2012 and Sunday, January 8th, 2012, and that it is just a very beautiful great image that can really also still make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if just to show that all cowboys and cowgirls are going to be lucky to be alive and live forever and ever well in the 11th millennium and beyond and also after the 11th millennium and beyond and relive January 1st, 1996-11th millennium and beyond and other years up ahead in the real world of rodeos forever and ever.

Roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted a great portrait of the Rodeo Announcer, the real cowboys and cowgirls from the late 20th century of only 1996-2000 and 21st-100th centuries can still be found today all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as if just to show that it's rodeo time to just watch the finest bull riders, calf ropers and steer wrestlers in the real past three great decades of rodeo in this program and also, for this painting just to show that everyone's the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding and that it's time for great rodeo superstars so people can just keep on being ready to just get ready to just sit back and watch the real life of the great stars of only in 1996-1999, 2000's and today just to do what they do best, and a real look at the real life of the great stars of tomorrow's real years of only the best ones to relive of just 1996-2011-11th millennium and beyond, just to be around and relived again, forever and ever as the real true done deal, just to show is that this is REAL RODEO WAYS, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF RODEO RULES really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images I had ever done as this is probably just realistic to show that this whole picture of three real main events at all real western rodeos all over the United States and Canada just really captures your heart and you'll have a real time machine for sure and that you can go back in time forever and ever, as the past will never be gone and can always be relived from January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and many other future years, so anyone must thank god to let your body remain to stay, live and be alive for a thousand years all the way into the 100th century and after the 100th century just to show that there'll forever and ever again be another you, another Joe Beaver, another Josh Peek, another Fred Whitfield, another Roy Cooper, another John Wayne and also another Clint Eastwood and many other great people from the past as you'll get born again into the spiritual world again forever and ever, as rodeos are forever and ever a part of the heritage that made America and Canada what it is today. You have to be at the rodeos, you have to smell the bull, you have to see the tension on the cowboy's face as he gets ready for the ride and also have to see the tension on the cowgirl's face as she also gets ready for the ride. Rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls are good athletes, businessmen, businesswomen and entertainers.

This artwork as a painting of "The Judge and a Flagman" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil artwork drawn by artist E. Vernal Wagner from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner).

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” coloring book and I decided to say that any pictures from coloring books could always make a real great painting, which is the real way of how this should be done. I just decided that the judge and a flagman are wearing sunglasses, a green and white striped western shirt with a light-blue jean striped vest and blue jeans.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that it really shows is that stock contractors are hired by the rodeo committee to provide animals for the rodeo show. The contractor will bring his best bucking bulls for cowboys and cowgirls to ride, his fastest calves for the roping event and his fastest steers for wrestling event. He wants his bucking stock of the bulls to give cowboys and cowgirls their very best ride and does not want to see anyone injured. Stock contractors are usually in the middle of action.

It shows that stock contracting is such big business as the contractor has thousands of dollars invested in trucks, trailers, and livestock. The stock contractors give their animals the best of care to insure their investment is protected. The animals are usually working only a few seconds a week. The rough stock bulls buck for only 8 seconds or a little less. Roping stock runs may last nor more than 4 seconds. Rodeo animals have a pretty good life. Around a rodeo, cowboys and cowgirls take beating, not their livestock.

The stock contractor hires judges as the men are like umpires, referees and scorekeepers. They "rate" the bucking bull stock and cowboy and also a cowgirl on each ride. Times are also a part of the stock contractor's crew and record the times of contestants in timed events; The rodeo secretary is usually in a stock contractor's work face. Secretaries take entry fees, assign numbers to contestants.

They may also work in the announcer's stand to record events and times them. The busy secretary is a key to the success of the rodeo show.

I got to work at doing this painting to get it done slowly and very carefully worked hard to finish up this painting very slowly by just adding more great highlight details and took several few little hours to try and get it done just about right very slowly to get all of the details just about right to just make it about realistic and just right of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the colorful pinto horse really looks like, the judge and the flagman both wearing white cowboy hats, sunglasses, green and white striped western shirts with a light-blue jean striped vests and blue jeans, the light blue jeans on the judge, the flag that the judge is holding and everything else just to probably make it very entertaining for all real western rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if just to show what it's really like for "The Judge and a Flagman" all over both the USA and Canada.

This was painted on Saturday, January 14th, 2012 and Sunday, January 15th, 2012, as this is just a very beautiful great image that can really also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if this same picture can be used as if perfect for probably many outdoor rodeos and probably senior rodeos, as if only during the daytime, and also definitely sometimes in the practice pens during the daytime, as well, too, as that it is just a very beautiful great image that can really also still make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if just to show that all cowboys and cowgirls are going to be lucky to be alive and live forever and ever well in the 11th millennium and beyond and also after the 11th millennium and beyond and relive January 1st, 1996-11th millennium and beyond and other years up ahead in the real world of rodeos forever and ever.

This really also looks like that when I was painting this image of the real world of the real rodeos, I was kind of thinking at the same time was that since it just feels like that you're really right there in this picture, this just really shows it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS THE RODEO IS A LIVELY SHOW!

This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images I had ever done as this is probably just realistic to show that to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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.

Roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted a great portrait of the Judge and the flagman, the real cowboys from the late 20th century of only 1996-2000 and 21st-100th centuries can still be found today all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as if just to show that it looks like they know what they're doing and can sense that they know when to drop the flag after the steer has been wrestled or the calf has been roped and tied or the bull has been rode as the judge and the flagman look like they're both very important to the arena and can mark down the right stuff.

This artwork as a painting of "The Rodeo Bulls" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil artwork drawn by artist E. Vernal Wagner from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner).

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” coloring book and I decided to say that any pictures from coloring books could always make a real great painting, which is the real way of how this should be done.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that it really shows is that stock contractors are hired by the rodeo committee to provide animals for the rodeo show, as right there in the picture, it looks like that the contractor has taken in as right there, it just goes to show is that the Brahma bulls are used, for these beasts are totally wild, quick, and sometime vicious as they're bigger than bullfight bulls, some of them do weigh as much as a ton, and transporting them from one rodeo to another posses considerable problems for the stock contractor, as it shows in this painting that other suitable bull-riding breeds are the Brangus (an Angus-Brahma cross), Charbray (a Charolais-Brahma cross), Charolais and the Santa Gertrudis, which is probably the most common of all as he just wants his bucking stock of the bulls to give cowboys and cowgirls their very best ride and does not want to see anyone injured. Stock contractors are usually in the middle of action.

It also just shows that stock contracting is such big business as the contractor has thousands of dollars invested in trucks, trailers, and livestock. The stock contractors give their animals the best of care to insure their investment is protected. The animals are usually working only a few seconds a week. The rough stock bulls buck for only 8 seconds or a little less and that rodeo animals have a pretty good life. Around a rodeo, cowboys and cowgirls still take beating, not their livestock.

The stock contractor hires judges as the men are like umpires, referees and scorekeepers. They "rate" the bucking bull stock and cowboy and also a cowgirl on each ride. Times are still also a part of the stock contractor's crew and record the times of contestants in timed events; The rodeo secretary is usually in a stock contractor's work face. Secretaries take entry fees, assign numbers to contestants as they may also work in the announcer's stand to record events and times them as the busy secretary is still a great key to the success of the rodeo show.

I got to work at doing this painting to get it done slowly and very carefully worked hard to finish up this painting very slowly by just adding more great highlight details and took several few little hours to try and get it done just about right very slowly to get all of the details just about right to just make it about realistic and just right of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real colorful rodeo bulls really looks like (as bull riding is more likely for the real rodeos and is found at rodeos everywhere all over the United States and Canada, the colorful black Brangus bull, the colorful Brahman bull, the colorful Santa Gertrudis bull, the colorful light-straw Charolais Charbray (a Charolais-Brahma cross) bull, the white Charolais bull, the white fence, the blue fence, they bales of hay and almost still everything else just to show that bulls for riding are probably the most dangerous rodeo event and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if just to show what it's really like for "The Colorful Rodeo Bulls" all over both the USA and Canada.

This was painted on Saturday, January 14th, 2012 and Sunday, January 15th, 2012, as this is just a very beautiful great image that can really also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if this same picture of the bulls can be used as if perfect for probably many outdoor rodeos and probably senior rodeos, as if only during the daytime, and also definitely sometimes in the practice pens during the daytime, as well, too, as that it is just a very beautiful great image that can really also still make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if just to show that all cowboys and cowgirls are going to be lucky to be alive and live forever and ever well in the 11th millennium and beyond and also after the 11th millennium and beyond and relive January 1st, 1996-11th millennium and beyond and other years up ahead in the real world of rodeos forever and ever.

This really also looks like that when I was painting this image of the real world of the real rodeos and that rodeos mean the great bull riding, as I was kind of thinking at the same time was that since it just feels like the bull's names are "Licorice" (the black Brangus bull), "Bodacious" (the light-straw Charolais Charbray (a Charolais-Brahma cross) bull), "Presley" (the colorful white Brahman bull), "Castillo" (the colorful white Charolais bull) and "Red Reeves" (the Santa Gertrudis bull) as really right there in this picture, this just really shows it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS THE RODEO IS A LIVELY SHOW!

This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images I had ever done as this is probably just realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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.

Roper William MacLeod paints the colorful rodeo bulls, as if it shows that it just looks like is that the cowboys and cowgirls who are also very special and believes that they still all come in all shapes, all ages and even all sizes and all have to be top-notch tough great athletes in peak physical condition. It also maybe just looks like for the luck of the draw is that some people still just have to be just agile, quick and fearless, and still just have the memory of a computer and also a knowledge of bulls, as well, too.

This artwork as a painting of "William MacLeod, The Real Red Plaid Wrangler Shirt Roper”, by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally an illustration artwork painted by artist William Dugan from a book called "My First Golden Encyclopedia" (a book that was written by Bertha Morris Parker and the illustrations in the book were by William Dugan) as that book was published generally around 1965, 1969 and also, 1971, and other printing years, as William Dugan probably originally did the rodeo roping illustration around 1965.

I photocopied this illustration from the book "My First Golden Encyclopedia" (a book that was written by Bertha Morris Parker and the illustrations in the book were by William Dugan) as that book was published generally around 1965, 1969 and also, 1971, and other printing years and decided to make it more like a real portrait of William MacLeod (the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist) as originally in the illustration by William Dugan, the calf was probably very way much bigger, the roper didn't probably have a piggin' string in his mouth and probably carried a piggin' string on his belt, there was probably no martingale on the horse, the rope coils were on the saddle horn originally in the illustration by artist William Dugan and the roper didn't hold the loop in the illustration as he was probably twirling the loop high in the air (kind of like a trick roper's style) as any calf roper might sometime throw their loop that way like a trick roper's style while the coils are on the saddle horn. But then, I could start to sense that it's very dangerous to keep your rope coils over the saddle horn as if you kept your rope coils on the saddle horn and twirled your rope without holding the loop, as if by trying to twirl it like a trick roper's style, but if you tried to twirl it in the air, then your loop would easily fall and slip to the ground and if it got caught around the horse's hind leg, then with the coils on the saddle horn, I guess I felt that I was probably right that you could probably get in a bad wreck as if your horse were to probably either start bucking or get spooked, and that probably would not be good! So then, I was still right that it could make a real great painting as I photocopied this illustration and shrunk the calf and made it the real different size and also put the coils of the rope in my (William MacLeod's) left hand and I decided to put the loop in my right hand to hold onto the loop and people will know a lot about the real ways of how to swing and throw a loop just right as I was just glad to decide that this event tie-down roping in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that I’m doing this same run from the past all the time forever and ever at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of me roping and working to catch the calf, as if it can also make the same great video clip of me roping at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of me (William MacLeod) twirling the rope to catch the Hereford calf as it really shows that this great lively image is half indoors and outdoors and that I’m just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you and me and everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m probably one of the fastest tiers at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that since entertaining the real world since January 1st, 1996 is that in the real world of 1996-2012-11th millennium and beyond to the present rodeo seasons and many other years ahead, William MacLeod is one of the top money winning calf ropers as the Canadian would be known for his fast hands to still keep on being one of the fastest tiers and will forever be one of the best true superstars at tie-down roping with sometimes the nickname "CAPTAIN RODEO" at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that William MacLeod is the superstar of calf ropers and also a tough cowboy from Nova Scotia and in Canada is glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA tour. When I also painted my self-portrait of me roping calves, I was also thinking that I was going to not miss that calf, but I just figured I was still going to throw that rope to catch that calf, and just to try to pen by making sure that I try my best not to break any barriers so I could give that calf a head start, and to just pay and try not to beat myself, just try to score good, just keep on taking good throws and try to just tie them all tight as if I was probably going to just make a great run to catch and tie up that beautiful red and white Hereford calf. While I was painting this tie-down roper, I was thinking that I held only just only two coils of the rope in my left hand and I think that Sierra and I had left the chutes and then probably had whipped my lasso on the horse's left rump and then to the right rump, as if to make my horse "Sierra" go faster to get ready to chase after the calf. Then, right there, I am taking at least four swings of my loop around my head and then after the fourth swing with just the right length of the loop very big, then I would throw my loop out to catch the Hereford calf’s head. Then once the Hereford calf was lassoed, I would stop my beautiful bay American Quarter horse named "Sierra" (who is perfectly well trained for the rodeo event tie-down roping) and got ready to put the brakes on while I pulled my slack back and then shot and slung the slack high in the air to loop the calf while I was just about getting ready to let "Sierra" put the brakes on. Then, I lifted my left foot out of the stirrup and then be dismounting down from the saddle of Sierra as I had probably just pitched and shot and slung the rope in the air and then back to make sure that it would loop the calf, just before my left foot would then hit the ground and then was running, as if the Hereford calf had hit the end of the rope and then after I had worked hard to run super, super and super very fast down to that Hereford calf, then I got ready to flank it down and then removed the blue piggin' string from my mouth and then I tied up three of it's legs with two fast wraps and a hooey with my piggin' string and then I threw my hands up very high in the air at the same time to stop the official's watch, as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how William MacLeod probably felt like I had probably made a great job and a good run to rope and tie down the calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast with two fast wraps and a hooey, as if I did it in a style of roping like John Wayne and I also let the crowd know that I’d still be around and active and alive forever and ever and feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud as the King of the Ropers and western artist forever and ever!

When I also painted this image, I was also really thinking of John Wayne in different movies of "The Man from Utah", "The Desert Trail", "Rainbow Valley" (released in 1935), "McLintock!" and many other different western movies John Wayne is in as William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as I’ll probably feel like I made a great job and a good run to work hard to throw that rope and tie down the Hereford calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast, and also I’d still feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud forever and ever, as I feel that I rope just like a machine and that I've felt like eight-time world champion calf ropers named Joe Beaver and Jerry Jetton, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", the country singer Tim Wilson (who would also make a perfect example of a rodeo calf roper and a rodeo steer wrestler), the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, Zac Brown (the lead singer from the Zac Brown band, would would be a perfect rodeo calf roper, as well, too), and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and many other great calf ropers, as I painted the 800 number on the saddle blanket and for the red background, so people could know that it’s probably the best number ever and that Steve Konchalski, our neighbor from 17 Nicholson Court in Antigonish in Nova Scotia in Canada won a record of 800 games as a basketball coach, so I decided to paint the number 800 and also paint “COACK K” in yellow writing on the blue (so it could be very entertaining for real western rodeos as a lively show), and also St. F. X. vs. UNB because I wanted this to show that William MacLeod (I), from Nova Scotia in Canada, could one day become one of the best greatest calf ropers in the history of rodeo world from 1996-present and be around and alive forever and ever just to combine great size, great speed and smooth coordination to become one of rodeo's finest athletes forever and ever, as it would show that William MacLeod is one of the best people from Nova Scotia to ever be involved with rodeo and of course, his event to do forever and ever all the time, CALF ROPING, as William is one of the best colorful cowboys all over the USA and Canada forever and ever and many other countries, as well, too.

Then right there, it just shows that William MacLeod is working hard to swing that loop to try and rope that Hereford in four swings at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

Also, in this painting,
right there, you can really tell how this cowboy William MacLeod is roping off his beautiful American Quarter Horse named "Sierra", just getting ready to lasso a Hereford calf at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere and that this painting really shows that tie-down roping, a rodeo event, is the classic American sport that stems back to an earlier time in the Old West based on the working cowboy or working cowgirl gathering cattle for branding or doctoring and when "ropers" probably went into town to compete against each other, as the ultimate goal was to see who was the best and fastest at roping and tying up the young steer in the quickest possible time. The sport is a timed event that involves one mounted rider (roper) who catches a young steer with his/her rope.

I really wanted people to think that this artwork self-portrait paintings of King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod roping a calf at every different rodeos, open ropings, practice pens and many other different arenas or areas all over the United States and Canada, as this painting shows that tie-down roping is a high-speed, precision rodeo event. This beautifully artwork captures a self-portrait of rodeo cowboy hand William MacLeod working his horse “Sierra” in every competitions and practice pens and many other different places all over the USA and Canada and working hard to swing the loop of the business of getting ready to be roping a Hereford calf for competition during all twelve months of all four seasons, just to show calf roping, a mainstay of rodeo, comes directly from ranch chores

I decided to call this painting "William MacLeod, The Real Red Plaid Wrangler Shirt Roper", because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever. William MacLeod is wearing a red Wrangler plaid shirt with blue Wrangler jeans, brown leather cowboy boots and a white cowboy hat, as I look like a true roping superstar from Canada.

This really just looks like another one of my best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a portrait of me roping calves (as I'm the roper in the center) as this roper kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is still one of the best calf ropers alive forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

Then right there, it just really shows that William MacLeod is making the best of a good tie-down roping run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting my self-portrait of myself roping, I think I’ve captured the great portrait of William MacLeod, a real late 20th-century of only 1996-2000 and also 21st-100th centuries-11th millennium and beyond living legend rodeo cowboy (who stays alive forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond), ropes and ties up calves just like Joe Beaver and also, the actor John Wayne (a. k. a. The Duke), and is really just trying to chase and rope and tie just like the greatest calf ropers with probably William MacLeod's favorite rodeo cowboy heroes by the names of calf ropers Joe Beaver and Jerry Jetton and many other great different calf ropers, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", the country singer Tim Wilson (who would also make a perfect example of a rodeo calf roper and a rodeo steer wrestler),  the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, Zac Brown (the lead singer from the Zac Brown band, would would be a perfect rodeo calf roper, as well, too), and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and even several other few great different calf ropers, as well, too, talks to his horses “Black Beauty”, “Sierra” and many others, and prides himself on his tie-down roping skill, as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows that William definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the image at work roping, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING CALVES AND IS IN THE CENTER PICTURE, AS WILLIAM LOOKS LIKE HE DOES FANCY ROPING!

This is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod) getting ready to lasso a Hereford calf as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that I am just to try to how this really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did of myself roping calves is a popular rodeo event for me (William MacLeod), all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting at work roping, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I (William MacLeod) is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever!

William MacLeod can also still be known all the time as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves like Joe Beaver with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties just like Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver and many other great different calf ropers, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the country singer Tim Wilson (who would also make a perfect example of a rodeo calf roper and a rodeo steer wrestler),  the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, Zac Brown (the lead singer from the Zac Brown band, would would be a perfect rodeo calf roper, as well, too), and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), and even of course, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill" and also, even several other few great different calf ropers, as well, too, as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time.

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy William MacLeod in this painting called "William MacLeod, The Real Red Plaid Wrangler Shirt Roper" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great roping run at going to throw that loop as fast as he can and that will really and truly make me a real roping living legend at putting heart and soul into everything for me to be alive and around in the 11th millennium and beyond forever and ever and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The audience and other people is all watching as they are cheering for William MacLeod to make a great run as this must show is that everyday all the time forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century is that I can still continue to keep on roping with the kids forever and ever at 99 years of age, and also even 999,907 years of age and many other ages as I am just class that has done more for tie-down roping in every full whole future and past decades than any other calf roper going down the road and I’m still continuing to keep on proving to great rodeo calf ropers and great rodeo cowgirl calf ropers is that I can still be tough to rope with the kids at also, 609,999,8990, years of age, and even also 99 years of age, as well, too, and also that I could still be lucky to rope forever in the NFR after 999 years of age, the Calgary Stampede at 999 years of age, the Mo'betta calf roping at 999 years of age and also the Marana Invitational Calf Roping at 999 years of age and I'd still be tough roping at the NFR forever and ever, as this must prove is that because of the hard work of 99 minutes on the treadmill has just felt proud to show is that I would be the deluxe highest money earner in the history of pro rodeo to just keep on being one of the greatest champions of all-time, still the intricacy of my perfecting of the 99 minutes on the treadmill in past years of what I’ve just really done just will keep on making me the superstar of calf ropers forever, ever and ever!!! :) :) :)

I worked very slowly, carefully and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that it took me three days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the red, white and blue stripe, the grass, half dust, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the advertisement of Wrangler jeans, the way William is swinging the lasso and riding on the beauty of the American Quarter horse named “Sierra”, William MacLeod in sunglasses and a Wrangler red plaid shirt with blue Wrangler jeans and brown cowboy boots, the colorful red and white Hereford calf, the clouds in some parts of the day, the red, white and blue fence, the white writing of Rodeo and 800 on the red, the yellow writing of “800 Coach K” on the blue, the red writing of St. F. X. vs. UNB on the white, the white writing of "William MacLeod #1 ROPER" on the red, the red drawing of a cowboy on the white sign, the real true great done deal advertisement of Wrangler jeans, the red writing of Calgary Stampede on the white sign, as if, just to make it very interesting, the light-golden yellowish-sepia, red, blue and white fences, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos and almost just about nearly everything else of what you kind of just like about the picture as if to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the tie-down roping event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that William can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action in three events as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing to show that this is REAL RODEO WAYS, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF RODEO RULES, as William MacLeod is truly the great amazing tie-down roper alive for the 100th century forever and ever! This really just looks like another one of my real best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a portrait of me roping and tying up some calves as this painting kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is still one of the fastest tiers forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest and youngest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and "never will be buried and dead" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and will also never be retired from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and that I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows is that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING CALVES!

This was painted on Sunday, January 22nd, 2012, Monday, January 23rd, 2012 and Tuesday, January 24th, 2012 as this was just a very great beautiful great image of William roping, as it can also make great video clips at the same time to repeat and relive again forever and ever perfect for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this picture in one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and this is just another very great beautiful masterpiece image that can also hopefully make every great video clips of me roping calves to repeat and relive again all the time forever and ever perfectly and also for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you or I (William) can relive this one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowboys and cowgirls can both compete in the tie-down roping all the time, FOREVER AND EVER ALL MORNING UNTIL NIGHT, SINCE THEY LOVE TIE-DOWN ROPING!

This really also looks like that when I was painting this image of the real world of the real rodeos, I was kind of thinking at the same time was that a rodeo is always a cowboy and cowgirl show as the cowboys and cowgirls do fancy riding on the bulls, the cowboys also do expert thrills at wrestling down steers to ground and that the cowboys and cowgirls also do fancy roping, as this goes to show is that rodeo's three real main events are tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding for all the cowboys and cowgirls to compete in those events, as all cowboys and cowgirls pay to enter a rodeo, as this goes to show is that if they win contests, they win money prizes. Since it just feels like that you're really right there in this picture, this just really shows it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS THE RODEO IS A LIVELY SHOW!

This is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod roping calves) as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that I am just to try to show that William's truly an amazing great cowboy alive for the 100th century, as if to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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, as this painting must show that William MacLeod must look like the “King of the Ropers and western artist”, "Tie-down Roping Champion of the Universe!" and also “William MacLeod keeps on shooting for more and more and more and more and more consecutive world tie-down roping titles forever and ever at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada”.

William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves of great rodeo cowboys like Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver an many other great different calf ropers to watch, rope and tie like, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the country singer Tim Wilson (who would also make a perfect example of a rodeo calf roper and a rodeo steer wrestler), the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, Zac Brown (the lead singer from the Zac Brown band, would would be a perfect rodeo calf roper, as well, too), and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and even of course, several other few great different calf ropers, as well, too, as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time.

Roper William MacLeod still keeps on capturing the action and skill whether anyone is riding a bull, calf roping, steer wrestling, when a cowgirl is riding a bull or also when a cowgirl is roping and tying a calf, professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes make it look easy when actually it is very difficult.

This artwork as a painting of "A pretty colorful cowgirl calf roper" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil artwork drawn by artist E. Vernal Wagner from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner).
 
I photocopied this pencil drawing from the “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” coloring book and I decided to say that any pictures from coloring books could always make a real great painting, which is the real way of how this should be done.
 
While I was painting this image, I was thinking that it really shows is that stock contractors are hired by the rodeo committee to provide animals for the rodeo show. The contractor will bring his best bucking bulls for cowboys and cowgirls to ride, his fastest calves for the roping event and his fastest steers for wrestling event. He wants his bucking stock of the bulls to give cowboys and cowgirls their very best ride and does not want to see anyone injured. Stock contractors are usually in the middle of action.
 
It shows that stock contracting is such big business as the contractor has thousands of dollars invested in trucks, trailers, and livestock. The stock contractors give their animals the best of care to insure their investment is protected. The animals are usually working only a few seconds a week. The rough stock bulls buck for only 8 seconds or a little less. Roping stock runs may last nor more than 4 seconds. Rodeo animals have a pretty good life. Around a rodeo, cowboys and cowgirls take beating, not their livestock.
 
The stock contractor hires judges as the men are like umpires, referees and scorekeepers. They "rate" the bucking bull stock and cowboy and also a cowgirl on each ride. Times are also a part of the stock contractor's crew and record the times of contestants in timed events; The rodeo secretary is usually in a stock contractor's work face. Secretaries take entry fees, assign numbers to contestants.
 
They may also work in the announcer's stand to record events and times them. The busy secretary is a key to the success of the rodeo show.

It also shows that in the days of the Wild West Shows (bronc riding belonged there in wild west shows forever and ever), the grand entry was one of the most exciting parts of the performance. Cowboys, cowgirls, and Indians in the show would gallop into the arena in a fast-moving parade that was colorful and exciting.

In those shows of yesterday, all performers were required to ride in the grand entry. Missing this part of the show was sometimes unheard of and the crowds loved and liked it. The grand entry is the first event of the show, as get there early so you don’t miss this exciting performance.

Grand entries are usually led by a pretty cowgirl carrying an American flag, followed by cowgirls carrying flags of the state in which the rodeo is held. In the northwest, the Canadian flag may also be carried in the grand entry.

Judges, stock contractor and specialty acts like clowns or trick riders may also be in the grand entry parade. You may see Miss Rodeo of your town or even Miss Rodeo America.

After all riders have entered the arena they circle and line up in front of the announcer’s stand. The flag bearers will line up in front of the contestants, spectators and guests.

The announcer introduces dignitaries like Miss Rodeo America, the stock contractor, judges, clowns, pickup men clowns (for bull riding), and also members of any specialty act at the show. Then he asks the flag bearers to “Post the Colors western style”. National flags are called “Colors” and posting them means to station them in their places of honor. The American flag is always to the right of other flags. The flag bearers will spin their horses around and gallop around the arena with the Colors “Busting the breeze!”

Usually a prayer is offered for the safety of the contestants. The National Anthem is played and then the announcer says, “LET’S RODEO!”

I just decided that tan jeans are OK to wear sometimes, but, cowboys and cowgirls may wear them sometimes, but, I prefer if they only just stick with wearing the beige riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots and generally just blue jeans tucked into black leather cowboy boots or black cowgirl leather boots, but more likely, I just decided is that this pretty cowgirl is wearing sunglasses, a colorful western shirt with a light-blue jean denim vest and tan riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots.

The rodeo secretary is usually in a stock contractor's work face. Secretaries take entry fees, assign numbers to contestants.
 
They may also work in the announcer's stand to record events and times them. The busy secretary is a key to the success of the rodeo show.

It also shows that in the days of the Wild West Shows (bronc riding belonged there in wild west shows forever and ever), the grand entry was one of the most exciting parts of the performance. Cowboys, cowgirls, and Indians in the show would gallop into the arena in a fast-moving parade that was colorful and exciting.

In those shows of yesterday, all performers were required to ride in the grand entry. Missing this part of the show was sometimes unheard of and the crowds loved and liked it. The grand entry is the first event of the show, as get there early so you don’t miss this exciting performance.

Grand entries are usually led by a pretty cowgirl carrying an American flag, followed by cowgirls carrying flags of the state in which the rodeo is held. In the northwest, the Canadian flag may also be carried in the grand entry.

Judges, stock contractor and specialty acts like clowns or trick riders may also be in the grand entry parade. You may see Miss Rodeo of your town or even Miss Rodeo America.

After all riders have entered the arena they circle and line up in front of the announcer’s stand. The flag bearers will line up in front of the contestants, spectators and guests.

The announcer introduces dignitaries like Miss Rodeo America, the stock contractor, judges, clowns, pickup men clowns (for bull riding), and also members of any specialty act at the show. Then he asks the flag bearers to “Post the Colors western style”. National flags are called “Colors” and posting them means to station them in their places of honor. The American flag is always to the right of other flags. The flag bearers will spin their horses around and gallop around the arena with the Colors “Busting the breeze!”

Usually a prayer is offered for the safety of the contestants. The National Anthem is played and then the announcer says, “LET’S RODEO!”

I just decided that the pretty cowgirl is wearing sunglasses, a colorful western shirt with a light-blue jean striped vest and beige riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots.

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his painting can show that this pretty cowgirl is sometimes a rodeo secretary some, Miss Rodeo, Miss Rodeo America and also is a Women's Professional Rodeo (WRPA) and a bit of a PRCA tie-down calf roper, who competes in all-girl rodeos and that she even also competes against the men in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) to try to place in PRCA tie-down calf roping competitions as if she is just trying to just pattern herself after the great professional women calf ropers of the 1920s and ’30s as she is carrying two piggin’ strings around her shirt and that she can be tough to rope and tie calves in every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this cowgirl looks to be a great massive calf roper to rodeo hard for all 12 months of the year all the time forever and ever.

The cowgirl from the coloring book didn't have on a vest and piggin’ strings around her shirt, so, I just decided to put the light blue jean denim vest because I decided as if to really show and make it more interesting for the painting is that a lot of cowboys or cowgirls like to wear vests and also put the two piggin’ strings around her shirtas if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have a cowgirl become a real professional calf roper, as if to also compete with the men at the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, as she must be a pretty colorful legendary cowgirl calf roper as one of the greatest legendary ladies of rodeo and women’s rodeo.

I really wanted people to think that this cowgirl in this painting called "A pretty colorful cowgirl calf roper" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes is that the cowgirls really seek a personal best in the rodeo arena as it was the first sport in which women were really allowed to compete against the men and males as rodeo really gave women a real chance to earn money and a chance to really show what they were made of then and now as for the rodeo arena, women had really expressed the heart of the cowgirl, and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The two people are in behind watching as they must feel proud for this colorful lady to show that she could be the best and proudest woman ever at her favorite event of tie-down roping and also a great rodeo secretary sometimes a little bit, Miss Rodeo and also Miss Rodeo America and would sometimes have a great nickname: "Queen of the Tie-down Ropers".

I painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully by just wanting to make it realistic and just about right and took several few little hours to try and get it done just about right very slowly to get all of the details just about right to just make it about realistic and just right of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the beautiful red, white and blue fence with a little 
light-golden yellowish-sepia really looks like, the colorful trees, grass and hills, the colorful highlights of the dust and rodeo dirt, the colorful highlights of the clouds, the colorful chestnut American Quarter horse really looks like, the cowgirl wearing a white cowgirl hat, sunglasses, a colorful western shirt with a light-blue jean denim vest, the tan riding breeches, the tan riding breeches tucked into the tall shiny black leather English riding boots on the cowgirl (just to show that all cowboys and cowgirls can wear that color during the tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding events, as if for practice in the practice pens sometimes), the way the cowgirl is sitting in the saddle on the horse and the way her feet are in the stirrups and everything else just to probably make it very entertaining for all real western rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if just to show what it's really like for "A pretty colorful cowgirl calf roper", as this can show is that this cowgirl is sometimes a part rodeo secretary and will sometimes know how many cowboys and cowgirls will perform and how the stock contractor will know what kind and how many animals to brings and is usually sometimes in a stock contractor's work face, sometimes take entry fees, assign numbers to contestants as she might sometimes also work in the announcer's stand to record events and time them, but it looks like right there in the painting is that she is a part-time busy secretary being a key to the success of the rodeo show, and she also is a calf roper, as well, too and also Miss Rodeo and even, Miss Rodeo America and is probably one tough cowgirl all over both the USA and Canada and how she looks like that she is the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This really just looks like another one of the best absolutely realistic images that I ever did and this painting kind of really must show is that rodeo riding is really a popular event in North America and Canada, as is found mainly in the Western states of America where it does have a huge following as there are now three basic real competitive events in a rodeo; steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as a pretty colorful cowgirl calf roper is truly the great amazing cowgirl alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century!

Since she looks like that she really grew up to be a lady as a very well-respected woman calf roper, I kind of think is that sometimes if she practices calf roping in the practice pen on horseback, for some little English riding attire of sometimes wearing tan riding breeches tucked into her tall shiny black leather English riding boots as sometimes for practice roping runs in the practice pens to be on a horse and I think that was still the right real choice for the color of the cowgirl to wear when calf roping, as I just think the only color riding breeches would be only just the beige riding breeches and tan riding breeches, as I'm trying to show that it might be OK as if to practice a lot of roping on horseback in the practice pen, I imagine sometimes. I also think that sometimes if she practices calf roping in the practice pen on horseback, for some little English riding attire of sometimes wearing her blue Wrangler jeans or any other pairs of blue jeans tucked into her black leather cowgirl boots as sometimes for practice roping runs in the practice pens to be on a horse and I think that was still the right real choice of different blue jeans tucked into the cowgirl boots for the color of the cowgirl to wear when calf roping, as I just think the blue jeans would be sometimes perfect to tuck into her black leather cowgirl boots, as I'm trying to show that it might be OK as if to practice a lot of roping on horseback in the practice pen, I imagine sometimes as I think that was still the right real choice of different colored pairs of jeans of only blue and the beige riding breeches tucked into mostly the riding boots for the color of the cowgirl to wear when calf roping, as I just think the blue jeans would be sometimes perfect to tuck into her black leather cowgirl boots, as I'm trying to show that it might be OK as if to practice a lot of roping on horseback in the practice pen, I imagine sometimes. I just think I'm glad I decided for the painting is that I decided to tuck her tan riding breeches into her tall shiny black leather English riding boots, because I think I felt like was that she was sometimes just trying to just pattern herself in this painting wearing tan riding breeches tucked into her tall shiny black leather English riding boots and also is wearing a light blue jean denim vest as if to designate that she was kind of very similar to wearing beige riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots, as if she was just trying to compare herself along with the other cowgirls in calf roping was as if to designate to the rodeo people was that she was the calf roper also still competing with the men in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys and also the open ropings as if to show the men and ladies is that for a lot of decades, centuries, millenniums and years is that she will live and will be staying alive forever and ever for a thousand years forever and ever, as she feels great that she was wearing her light blue jean denim vest and beige riding breeches tucked into her tall shiny black leather English riding boots, as if to designate that she just felt that she was wearing a light blue jean denim vest to still keep on designating that she was still forever and ever one of Arizona's best deluxe calf ropers alive for the Marana calf roping in Marana, Arizona forever and ever, as she was pattering herselfafter the great professional women calf ropers of the 1920s and ’30s, as if to designate Arizona's best deluxe queen calf ropers alive to show that she will still be roping in the arenas forever and ever and hopefully forever and ever repeat and rewind forever and ever and relive those ropings and that she can also still rope at 99 years of age and 999 years of age, as well, too, just to prove to all the cowboys and the cowgirls is that she can still continue to rope with the kids and the youngsters in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and still against the women from the WPRA (who would rope with me someday hopefully) in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and also the open ropings forever and ever into the 100th century to show that this lady from this painting will really stay alive forever and ever, and hopefully compete against many women in a lot of match ropings and also tying contests all over the USA and Canada, as she enjoys horseback riding and roping with the other ladies and cowboys at calf roping, as this woman really felt like that she actually can still compete against some cowgirls wearing light beige riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots or blue jeans tucked into black leather cowgirl boots, as she feels just to be a proud pretty colorful cowgirl calf roper was that since she felt like she was probably the greatest living colorful legend who just wears only just the blue jeans for the tie-down roping competitions, as if I felt that I was doing the right thing in this painting just to just try to pattern this woman on the horse is that all the best calf ropers, steer wrestlers and bull riders of cowboys and cowgirls would wear only beige riding breeches and blue jeans as those are the real colors for real calf ropers, steer wrestlers and bull riders to wear, as that was totally the real true done deal, as I’m just glad that she looks like she is quite the cowgirl at everything in rodeo as a part-time secretary, the Miss Rodeo and Miss Rodeo America who probably just felt born to rope and tie calves forever and ever and that she must just keep on making the NFR in Las Vegas and the Women's National Finals Rodeo forever and ever! This woman from this painting sure does look like the true rodeo superstar of a cowgirl calf roper and can just sense for the real true done deal to know that the real cowboys would only wear beige riding breeches tucked into their tall shiny black leather English riding boots for calf roping, steer wrestling and bull riding and that the real cowgirls would only wear beige riding breeches tucked into their tall shiny black leather English riding boots for calf roping and bull riding, as that’s the real true done deal and also the real cowboys would also wear blue jeans tucked into their black leather cowboy boots for calf roping, steer wrestling and bull riding and that the real cowgirls would also wear blue jeans tucked into their black leather cowgirl boots for calf roping and bull riding, as that’s the real true done deal for the perfect color of jeans of only just forever in blue jeans are just generally what a calf roper or steer wrestler or bull rider would wear and as for calf roping, all cowboys and cowgirls generally would hold only one or two coils, as if one or two coils is plenty enough to hold for calf roping as I’m just glad that a pretty colorful cowgirl calf roper is the living legend of the best women calf ropers of how she wears blue jeans and that she will still be around in and also many other years the 11th millennium and beyond, as will still get back to the 1996-2012-present rodeo seasons from the past years. I just think from looking at this beautiful artwork painting is that this lady must like the look of black leather English riding boots and also black leather cowgirl boots as I simply mean that she just probably likes the contemporary and sleek design of English riding boots, so she probably just decided to get two pairs of different boots of English riding boots  and cowgirl boots in style with only just the beige riding breeches or blue jeans as a great woman calf roper, as if she likes to use the lasso, this cowgirl from this painting generally holds sometimes only one or two coils as one or two coils is totally plenty enough to hold for calf roping as I’m just glad that if she's the great living cowgirl legend of the best calf ropers and the rodeo, she holds one or two coils of her lariat when she competes in the calf roping event when she wears only just the beige riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots or blue jeans tucked into the black leather cowgirl boots and how she will still be around in and also many other years after the 11th millennium and beyond, as she’ll still get back to the 1996-2012-present rodeo seasons from the past years and relive them again forever and ever!

This was painted on Sunday, February 5th, 2012, and this is just a very great beautiful great image of a pretty colorful cowgirl calf roper as this can really also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever to make it realistic and bring it to life to show that 
by making all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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, as this painting must show that she must look like the "Tie-down Calf Roping Queen of the Universe!”

This is just a very beautiful great image that can really also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if this same picture can be used as if perfect for probably many outdoor rodeos and probably senior rodeos, as if only during the daytime, and also definitely sometimes in the practice pens during the daytime, as well, too, as that it is just a very beautiful great image that can really also still make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if just to show that all cowboys and cowgirls are going to be lucky to be alive and live forever and ever well in the 11th millennium and beyond and also after the 11th millennium and beyond and relive January 1st, 1996-11th millennium and beyond and other years up ahead in the real world of rodeos forever and ever.
 
This really also looks like that when I was painting this image of the real world of the real rodeos, I was kind of thinking at the same time was that since it just feels like that you're really right there in this picture, this just really shows it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS THE RODEO IS A LIVELY SHOW!

This whole picture just really captures your heart and you'll have a real time machine and you can go back in time forever and ever, as the past will never be gone, so anyone must thank god to let your body remain to stay, live and be alive for a thousand years all the way into the 100th century and after the 100th century just to show that there'll forever and ever again be another you, as you'll get born again into the spiritual world again forever and ever.
 
Roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted great portraits of the real cowboys and the real cowgirls from the late 20th century of only 1996-2000 and 21st-100th centuries can still be found today all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as if just to show that it looks like this is one of the pretty colorful cowgirl calf ropers, who is also a rodeo secretary, Miss Rodeo, Miss Rodeo America, as those cowboys and cowgirls
can still be found today all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as if just to show that it's rodeo time to just watch the finest bull riders, calf ropers and steer wrestlers in the real past three great decades of rodeo in this program and also, for this painting just to show that everyone's the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding and that it's time for great rodeo superstars so people can just keep on being ready to just get ready to just sit back and watch the real life of the great stars of only in 1996-1999, 2000's and today just to do what they do best, and a real look at the real life of the great stars of tomorrow's real years of only the best ones to relive of just 1996-2011-11th millennium and beyond, just to be around and relived again, forever and ever as the real true done deal, just to show is that this is REAL RODEO WAYS, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF RODEO RULES really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images I had ever done as this is probably just realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of far much better ones for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and also that this whole picture of three real main events at all real western rodeos all over the United States and Canada just really captures your heart and you'll have a real time machine for sure and that you can go back in time forever and ever, as the past will never be gone and can always be relived from January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and many other future years, so anyone must thank god to let your body remain to stay, live and be alive for a thousand years all the way into the 100th century and after the 100th century just to show that there'll forever and ever again be another you, another Joe Beaver, another Josh Peek, another Fred Whitfield, another Roy Cooper, another John Wayne and also another Clint Eastwood and many other great people from the past as you'll get born again into the spiritual world again forever and ever, as rodeos are forever and ever a part of the heritage that made America and Canada what it is today. You have to be at the rodeos, you have to smell the bull, you have to see the tension on the cowboy's face as he gets ready for the ride and also have to see the tension on the cowgirl's face as she also gets ready for the ride. Rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls are good athletes, businessmen, businesswomen and entertainers.

This artwork as a painting of "Sierra, the sweetheart Hereford cow and her calf" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil sketch artwork drawing probably drawn by artist Kevin Kibsey or probably some other artist from the “Cowboy: The Ultimate Guide to Living Like a Great American Icon” (the book that was published in and around May 4, 2010 by authors Rocco Wachman and Matt Pellegrini).
 
I photocopied this pencil sketch drawing from the “Cowboy: The Ultimate Guide to Living Like a Great American Icon” book and I decided to do a great portrait of "Sierra", the loving mother Hereford cow and her calf, because it shows how Sierra looks to be a pretty sweetheart, as if and of course, it looks like Sierra loves her calf very much.
 
While I was painting this image, I was thinking that it really shows and can kind of tell of how that sometimes once the calf is on the ground and standing, the rancher lets the calf---which many cowboys call a baby---roam free on the range, where it'll feed off its mother's---or, in cowboy lingo, momma's---milk and start growing. During the process, the calf does exactly what it is supposed to be doing: gaining upward of two to three pounds per day.

But in the midst of this, or any other distractions that might come his way, the rancher never forgets about cows---all of them. Never. He's thinking about them while he sleeps, checking in on them while he's awake, and planning the eventual roundup while he's eating dinner. But, anyone who's probably ever watched a Western on television or the big screen has heard of a roundup. It's the means by which a rancher gathers his herd and transports them to a designated location where certain activities can be performed. Traditional ranchers do it today exactly the same manner as the cattlemen did it back in the 1880s.

The first things a rancher does is put a call into his neighbors to see if they are available to help. Ranchers who work the range the way cowboys did some 150 years ago can't make a living with many, if any, full-time employees. The numbers just don't work. So when more help is needed the rancher calls up his neighbors, who are usually ranchers or ranch managers themselves. If they aren't available or if he requires more help, the rancher has to find some day workers, or cowboys who travel from ranch to ranch as necessity demands. Many ranchers affectionately name their cattle, either as groups or individually. For example, one rancher calls a group of his cows the "nums," because of their white faces and surrounding black hair. An-other names his bulls after head coaches at the University of Texas.

It also goes to show by looking at this painting is sometimes is that calves must be weaned and will be used for one calendar year only. For the rodeo event tie-down roping, calves must be native, Brahma, or a cross breed, and weigh between 220 and 280 pounds, about three times more than their birth weight. They must by weaned from their mothers and branded or ear-tagged. At this size and age, their hides are thicker than at birth and their bodies are flexible enough no to be injured during roping. Tie-down roping calves are used only about thirty times before they grow too large for this event. According to some statics complied by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and Women's Professional Rodeo Association, out of 28 rodeos, or 33,991 animal exposures, just 16 were injured. That translates to an injury rate less than 0.00047, or less than one in 2,000. In this sport, the cowboy or cowgirl wishes those were his or her injury statistics!

If people want to know a lot about cattle in this painting, the calf's mom is called a cow, as the calf's dad is called a bull.

I just decided to paint this colorful and beautiful red and white Hereford cow and calf, because I like cows, calves, horses, cowboys, rodeos and of course, calf roping, because while I was painting this image, I was thinking that Sierra should be the mother cow and from looking at this painting seems to be is how sweet is this little ensemble right there as it looks like Sierra is a sweetheart and looks like Sierra and her Hereford calf love each other so much, so it looks like that there is so much color, warmth, and affection in this great painting I did, as it looks like it's super cute and sweet at the same time, as sometimes Sierra can go and think, "Awww...what a sweet hugh!", as it looks to me like is that of course Sierra is totally a sweetheart and totally loves her calf very much and that I just like to think that this Hereford calf in this painting probably likes to still stay close to his mom "Sierra", because Sierra must be a sweetheart and I think she just loves her calf very much, and I could probably still sense that sometimes when young calves can get tired, as if just like little children, I think that the young calves still need their rest all of the time and still like to cuddle with their mom, and that's when it's like, "Awww...what a sweet hug!" 

This painting can show that this Hereford Beef cow and calf graze in a pasture.

I really wanted people to think that this Hereford cow and calf is probably one of the best thrilling images to look at as cowboys and cowgirls can lasso and tie up Hereford cattle, as I do believe that Hereford cattle can be used for the cowboys and cowgirls in the rodeo event tie-down roping event and also still sometimes for steer wrestling, as well, too!

I painted this image very, very carefully and a lot slowly and kind of just worked very slowly, skillfully and carefully by finishing up and adding a lot more great highlights and a lot of details to paint more skillfully and carefully just to try to capture and get the whole image done just about extremely correct and right and even realistic and just right of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the beautiful red and white Hereford cow and Hereford calf look like, the horns on "Sierra" the cow, the mother cow's tail, the highlights and details of the way the grass stands out, the way the cow's eyes stand out, the way the calf's blue eyes stand out, the calf's ears and of course, the light blue background along with everything else just about right to probably make it very entertaining for all real western cowboys, western cowgirls and western rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture with that Hereford cow and calf, as if just to show what it's really like for "Sierra, the sweetheart Hereford cow and her calf", as this can show is that although Texas is famed for its longhorn cattle, most of the cattle raised today are shorthorns or Herefords, as these breeds are prized for their top-quality beef.

This really just looks like my best absolutely realistic favorite image of a cow and calf that I ever did and this painting kind of really must show is that this little ensemble right there as it looks like there is just so much warmth, and affection in this great painting I did, as it looks like it's super cute and sweet at the same time, as sometimes Sierra can go and think, "Awww...what a sweet hugh!", as it looks to me like is that of course is that there is nothing so touching or so heartfelt as the expression of a sweetheart mother's love for her baby, her child. Nothing so profound exists. It probably looks like that this Hereford mother cow and her calf are certainly no exception as they spend precious moments together as it's amazing how keen animal instincts are, just moments after they are born. But sometimes, newborns tire quickly though, and she was soon resting while her mother grazed contently. Also and sometimes, from the moment a baby cow is born, the mother cow is enveloped in all the joy a new mother could possibly have over the arrival of her new baby. As the little calf grows a bit older, they stick close to Mom as she grazes, enjoying all the new sights and smells of this baby's new life.

It just really shows that this painting definitely shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as a pretty colorful cowgirl calf roper is truly the great amazing cowgirl alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century!

This was painted on Saturday, February 11th, 2012, and this is just a very great beautiful great image of a pretty colorful Hereford cow and calf as this can really sometimes also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever to make it realistic and bring it to life to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl and also real western cowboy dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons, as to keep on making all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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 whole picture just really captures your heart and you'll have a real time machine and you can go back in time forever and ever, as the past will never be gone, so anyone must thank god to let your body remain to stay, live and be alive for a thousand years all the way into the 100th century and after the 100th century just to show that there'll forever and ever again be another you, as you'll get born again into the spiritual world again forever and ever.
 
Roper William MacLeod feels that he has painted great portrait of the Hereford cow and calf, and of course, the real cowboys and the real cowgirls from the late 20th century of only 1996-2000 and 21st-100th centuries can still be found today all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as if just to show that it looks like William MacLeod is a real late 20th-century of only 1996-2000 and also 21st-100th centuries-11th millennium and beyond living legend rodeo cowboy (who stays alive forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond) fought alongside, defeated and surpassed past calf ropers Billy Bob Hutto, Jerry Jetton, Tom Ferguson and of course, a cowgirl calf roper named Sue Pirtle, talks to his horses “Black Beauty”, “Sierra” and many others, and prides himself on his tie-down roping skill, as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings, as sometimes I probably like to lasso and tie up Hereford calves. But, those cowboys and cowgirls can still be found today all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as if just to show that it's rodeo time to just watch the finest bull riders, calf ropers and steer wrestlers in the real past three great decades of rodeo in this program and also, for this painting just to show that everyone's the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding and that it's time for great rodeo superstars so people can just keep on being ready to just get ready to just sit back and watch the real life of the great stars of only in 1996-1999, 2000's and today just to do what they do best, and a real look at the real life of the great stars of tomorrow's real years of only the best ones to relive of just 1996-2011-11th millennium and beyond, just to be around and relived again, forever and ever as the real true done deal, just to show is that this is REAL RODEO WAYS, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF RODEO RULES really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images I had ever done as this is probably just realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of how this whole picture of three real main events at all real western rodeos all over the United States and Canada just really captures your heart and you'll have a real time machine for sure and that you can go back in time forever and ever, as the past will never be gone and can always be relived from January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and many other future years, so anyone must thank god to let your body remain to stay, live and be alive for a thousand years all the way into the 100th century and after the 100th century just to show that there'll forever and ever again be another you, another Joe Beaver, another Josh Peek, another Fred Whitfield, another Roy Cooper, another John Wayne and also another Clint Eastwood and many other great people from the past as you'll get born again into the spiritual world again forever and ever, as rodeos are forever and ever a part of the heritage that made America and Canada what it is today. You have to be at the rodeos, you have to smell the bull, you have to see the tension on the cowboy's face as he gets ready for the ride and also have to see the tension on the cowgirl's face as she also gets ready for the ride. Rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls are good athletes, businessmen, businesswomen and entertainers and also show how good they are at handling and taking care of cattle, as well, too.

This artwork as a painting of "The Red and White Striped Shirt Steer Wrestler”, by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally an illustration artwork done by artist Laurie Triefeldt from a book called "People & Places (World of Wonder)" (a book that was written and the illustrations in the book were originally by Laurie Treifeldt) as that book was published generally around 2007 and 2008, as Laurie Treifeldt probably originally did the rodeo steer wrestling illustration around between sometime in the 2000's.

I photocopied this illustration from the book "People & Places (World of Wonder)" (a book that was written and the illustrations in the book were originally by Laurie Treifeldt) as that book was published generally around 2007 and 2008 and decided to make it more like a real beautiful black and white Hereford-Aberdeen Angus cross steer, as if to show that horned Herefords can still be used for steer wrestling. So then, I was still right that it could make a real great painting as I photocopied this illustration and I was just glad to decide that this event steer wrestling in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that this cowboy is doing this same run from the past all the time forever and ever at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of this cowboy working hard to leap and catch this beautiful black and white Corriente steer, as if it can also make the same great video clip of any cowboy steer wrestling at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of this steer wrestler taking down this Corriente steer as it really shows that this great lively image is half indoors and outdoors and that this steer wrestler is just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you and everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that he's probably one of the true superstars at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that since entertaining the real world since January 1st, 1996 is that in the real world of 1996-2012-11th millennium and beyond to the present rodeo seasons and many other years ahead, as if he is probably just simply one of the best in the business, as he steer wrestles as probably just does it well, as this steer wrestler totally looks to be a great star in 1996-11th millennium and beyond to the more present rodeo seasons, as if he still likes to ride and participate in the Old Timers Rodeo Association and also the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and many other associations, competing in the steer wrestling event and is probably one of the true top money winning steer wrestlers as if he would be known for his fast moves to still keep on being one of the fastest steer wrestlers and will forever be one of the best true superstars at steer wrestling at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that this steer wrestler is the superstar of steer wrestlers and also a tough cowboy, as if he is glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be wrestling down steers. When I also painted this steer wrestler, I was also thinking that he was not going to not miss that steer, but I just figured he rode hard at full speed to catch it as if he was probably going to just make a great run to catch and wrestle down that beautiful black and white Corriente steer. While I was painting this steer wrestler, I was thinking that this cowboy is making a good wrestling run on that black and white steer and will probably do great to bulldog it down to the ground at every place all over the USA and Canada all morning till night. This steer wrestler probably showed is that he probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the steer wrestler is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of his eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime. I was thinking while I painted was that after this steer wrestler gave the nod for this steer to be released, and after the steer left and snapped the barrier, then, the hazer and the cowboy both took off and followed and chased after this steer. I was thinking that this cowboy was working very hard and slowly to just leap for this animal while riding at full speed, while the hazer had still kept the steer in a straight line. Then he leaped and slid himself off the horse and flew his legs high in the air to grab the steer's left horn. Then once he grabbed the steer, then he dug in his boot heels into the ground to stop and pull hard to try and get the steer by working very hard to throw down this steer in perfect form as then he wrestled down the steer with all four feet pointing up in the air, as he’ll probably feel like he did a great job to wrestle down this Corriente steer to the ground.

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking of the 1934 movie of "The Man from Utah" (starring John Wayne) as if this painting looked very similar to the movie clip of the 2nd great movie and great video clip of the steer wrestling event, as also, it kind of reminds me of how I would see that movie clip similar to this painting for the real true done deal as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present and more other present rodeo seasons ahead, and also that clip where it was the second cowboy in the second clip and even the second and about the close-up in the same clip from "The Man From Utah", it kind of reminded me of how I would see that movie clip similar to this painting for the real true done deal as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as if he'll still keep on taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when the Canadian Mark Roy won the average title in steer wrestling in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, because everyone could think he's probably one of the best steer wrestlers, as if like the great steer wrestlers Scott "Ote" Berry, Sid Steiner, Byron Walker, the singer and cowboy Red Steagall, the singer Lefty Frizzell (who would be a perfect example for tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling), the character James Howard (the stableboy from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), and also, of course, Tom, the stableboy from the book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), as if, Tom would mostly be good at Western riding and can also make a great rodeo cowboy mostly for only just the two timed events in rodeo of tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling (a. k. a. bulldogging)) and also rodeo's only roughstock event, bull riding (as if by using his left-hand in the bull rope), and even of course, the singer John Anderson (who sings "Swingin'" and "Seminole Wind" and also, would make a great bulldogger (a. k. a. steer wrestler, as well, too) and even also, many more other different and several other great cowboys of steer wrestling, as well, too, the singer and cowboy Red Steagall, the singer Lefty Frizzell (who would be a perfect example for tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling), the character James Howard (the stableboy from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), and also, of course, Tom, the stableboy from the book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), as if, Tom would mostly be good at Western riding and can also make a great rodeo cowboy mostly for only just the two timed events in rodeo of tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling (a. k. a. bulldogging)) and also rodeo's only roughstock event, bull riding (as if by using his left-hand in the bull rope), and even of course, the singer John Anderson (who sings "Swingin'" and "Seminole Wind" and also, would make a great bulldogger (a. k. a. steer wrestler, as well, too), the singer Lefty Frizzell (who would be a perfect example for tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling) and even of course, also, many other different and several other great cowboys of steer wrestling, as well, too, and this cowboy will also be alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as he'll probably feel like he made a great job and a good run to work hard to throw down the Hereford steer as if he was probably fast to jump down from his horse, and also he’d still feel more faster and faster and more faster, as I decided to paint “RODEO" in red writing on the white (so it could be very entertaining for real western rodeos as a lively show), as if STEER WRESTLING is also one of the best colorful events that the cowboys probably do great expert thrills at wrestling down steers to ground.

Then right there, it just shows that a bulldogger leaps for the animal, while riding at full speed at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that he probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that he's just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the steer wrestler is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of his eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.
  
I really wanted people to think that this artwork painting of the striped shirt steer wrestler wrestling a steer at every different rodeos, practice pens and many other different arenas or areas all over the United States and Canada, as this painting shows that steer wrestling, bulldogging, is a “big man’s” sport, as it takes muscle and agility to wrestle a steer to the ground. This beautifully artwork captures the true spirit of the West, the Stampede sometimes can call on man's fundamental Sports skills - strength, courage and tenacity, as this cowboy is doing this event from the same artwork picture in every competitions and practice pens and many other different places all over the USA and Canada and is working hard to wrestle down this steer, as just do you know is that steers are also called doggies, and that steer wrestling is judged on timing and skill, as also, tie-down roping is a high-speed, precision rodeo event. It also shows in this painting, is that sometimes, a steer can be very difficult to wrestle, as it can weigh as much as 500 pounds (227 kilograms).
  
I decided to call this painting "The Red and White Striped Shirt Steer Wrestler", because everyone could think this cowboy is wearing a white t-shirt, a George Strait Wrangler red and white striped shirt and blue jeans tucked into black leather cowboy boots and a white cowboy hat, as he looks like a true steer wrestling superstar.
 
This really just looks like another one of my best absolutely realistic images that I ever did of this steer wrestler making the best of a good steer wrestling run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that this steer wrestler probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that he's just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as he is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of his eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.
  
When I was also painting this steer wrestler, I think I’ve captured the now understanding that your never too old to keep doing the things that you love and keep you young at heart. We just have to pray that our bodies will allow us to continue doing the things that we love so much, as if we will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every rodeos, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.
  
This just really shows that steer wrestling can definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as it is like jumping off the running boards of your pickup onto your neighbor's mailbox going 30 miles per hour, as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the image at work wrestling down the steer, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS IT LOOKS LIKE HE DOES EXPERT THRILLS AT WRESTLING DOWN STEERS TO THE GROUND!
 
This is probably one of the best images of a steer wrestler getting ready to wrestle a Hereford steer as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that I am just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever. This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did of of wrestling with steers, which is one of the events that is found at rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and even for old cowboys at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that steer wrestling is also their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting at work wrestling with a steer, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy in this painting called "Striped Shirt Steer Wrestler" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great steer wrestling run at going to throw that steer down as fast as he can. The real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The audience and other people is all watching as they are cheering for this steer wrestler to make a great run as this must show is that everyday all the time forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century is that rodeos will still be around forever and ever. It appears in this painting, as if a woman and a man are probably watching at how well he eventually goes after the Hereford steer, and that he probably gets it wrestled down to the ground, as if a woman and man are probably watching at how well this cowboy does at steer wrestling, as if he keeps on being one of the greatest champions of all-time, still the intricacy of his perfecting of what he's probably just really done, as if to make himself the superstar of steer wrestlers.

I got to work at doing this nice painting and just really painted this image very, very slowly and very slow to just make it about realistic and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic and just right of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the red writing of rodeo on the white, the grass, half dust, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue, to make it very entertaining (just so people can know that that's the one you must go to and won't forget), the real true great advertisement of Wrangler jeans forever and ever for the real true right place and real true done deal, the way this steer wrestler is jumping off onto the steer, the steer wrestler in a white cowboy hat, sunglasses and a white t-shirt, red and white striped shirt and blue jeans tucked into black leather cowboys boots, the colorful Corriente steer, the clouds in some parts of the day, the colorful red, white and blue fence, the red drawing of a cowboy on the white sign, the red writing of Calgary Stampede on the white sign, the light-golden yellowish-sepia, red, blue and white fence, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the steer wrestling event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that he can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action in three events as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing to show that this is REAL RODEO WAYS, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF RODEO RULES! This really just looks like another one of my real best absolutely realistic images that I ever did of steer wrestling, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This was painted on Saturday, March 24th, 2012, as this was just a very great beautiful great image of a steer wrestler, as it can also make great video clips at the same time to repeat and relive again forever and ever perfect for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this picture in one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and this is just another very great beautiful masterpiece image that can also hopefully make every great video clips of anyone wrestling steers to repeat and relive again all the time forever and ever perfectly and also for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowboys can compete in the steer wrestling event all the time, FOREVER AND EVER ALL MORNING UNTIL NIGHT, SINCE THEY LOVE STEER WRESTLING!

This really also looks like that when I was painting this image of the real world of the real rodeos, I was kind of thinking at the same time was that a rodeo is always a cowboy and cowgirl show as the cowboys and cowgirls do fancy riding on the bulls, the cowboys also do expert thrills at wrestling down steers to ground and that the cowboys and cowgirls also do fancy roping, as this goes to show is that rodeo's three real main events are tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding for all the cowboys and cowgirls to compete in those events, as all cowboys and cowgirls pay to enter a rodeo, as this goes to show is that if they win contests, they win money prizes. Since it just feels like that you're really right there in this picture, this just really shows it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS THE RODEO IS A LIVELY SHOW!

This is probably one of the best images, as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that this painting must show that steer wrestling is always popular, as if to just make all the real real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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 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, as this painting must show that this cowboy must look like the "Steer Wrestling (Bulldogging) Champion of the Universe!"

Roper William MacLeod still keeps on capturing the action and skill whether anyone is riding a bull, calf roping, steer wrestling, when a cowgirl is riding a bull or also when a cowgirl is roping and tying a calf, professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes make it look easy when actually it is very difficult.

This artwork as a painting called "Full of great support on Bodacious” is by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod. The rodeo background was originally an illustration artwork painted by artist William Dugan from a book called "My First Golden Encyclopedia" (a book that was written by Bertha Morris Parker and the illustrations in the book were by William Dugan) as that book was published generally around 1965, 1969 and also, 1971, and other printing years, as William Dugan probably originally did the rodeo roping illustration around 1965. The other two artworks of two separate images of the bull rider and the rodeo clown in the barrel were originally two separate artwork illustrations done by artist Laurie Triefeldt from a book called "People & Places (World of Wonder)" (a book that was written and the illustrations in the book were originally by Laurie Treifeldt) as that book was published generally around 2007 and 2008, as Laurie Treifeldt probably originally did the bull riding illustration and also the rodeo clown in the barrel illustration around between sometime in the 2000's.

This artwork as a painting called "Full of great support on Bodacious” is by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod. The rodeo background was originally an illustration artwork painted by artist William Dugan from a book called "My First Golden Encyclopedia" (a book that was written by Bertha Morris Parker and the illustrations in the book were by William Dugan) as that book was published generally around 1965, 1969 and also, 1971, and other printing years, as William Dugan probably originally did the rodeo roping illustration around 1965. The other two artworks of two separate images of the bull rider and the rodeo clown in the barrel were originally two separate artwork illustrations done by artist Laurie Triefeldt from a book called "People & Places (World of Wonder)" (a book that was written and the illustrations in the book were originally by Laurie Treifeldt) as that book was published generally around 2007 and 2008, as Laurie Treifeldt probably originally did the bull riding illustration and also the rodeo clown in the barrel illustration around between sometime in the 2000's.

First, I photocopied this illustration of the rodeo background with the dust and audience from the book "My First Golden Encyclopedia" (a book that was written by Bertha Morris Parker and the illustrations in the book were by William Dugan) as that book was published generally around 1965, 1969 and also, 1971, and other printing years. Then second, I photocopied the illustrations of the clown and bull rider from the book "People & Places (World of Wonder)" (a book that was written and the illustrations in the book were originally by Laurie Treifeldt) as that book was published generally around 2007 and 2008. Then, I could sense that the category rough stock only has just one event, and that the one event would only be bull riding. I could sense that bull riding was the only rough stock event you would find at every rodeo, because I could sense that broncs (only in the Wild West shows) could not have any interest in throwing off their riders, but I could more sense that bulls had more interest in throwing their riders, as if I could sense from bull riding is that those bulls are taking no prisoners on their backs! So then, I just decided to paste the rodeo clown (the one in the barrel) and the bull rider in the real background with the dust and audience and just make it more like a real life of the real rodeo and the only rough stock event in the rodeo, as originally in the illustration of the cowboy riding the bull by Laurie Teifeldt, the bull rider probably didn't have on a protective vest. But then, I could start to sense that all bull riders should wear protective vests, as all cowboys do and all cowgirls do, as you can sense from looking at this painting is that bull riding is probably the most very dangerous rodeo event, and that probably those bulls can sometimes be as hell on hooves! So then, I was still right that it could make a real great painting of how it's the real event that is found at rodeos everywhere, as I photocopied was glad to paste the bull rider and rodeo clown into a real rodeo background (instead of a Wild west show background), so that way people will really know a lot about the real ways of how bull riding is the only rough stock event in the rodeo and the rough stock is just only the bull riding (the cowboys and the cowgirls), while the only two timed events are steer wrestling and tie-down calf roping (also the cowboys and cowgirls), as those are only the real three events found at rodeos everywhere for the real true done deal in the real right place. I was just glad to decide that this real only rough stock event bull riding in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that this cowboy can be doing this same bull ride from the past all the time forever and ever at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of the cowboy on the bull, and also the rodeo clown (the one in the barrel) as if it can also make the same great video clip at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of the bull rider riding a Charolais Charbray (a Charolais-Brahma cross) bull and also, the clown in the barrel, as it really shows that this great lively image is really half indoors and also half outdoors and that the rodeo event bull riding is just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you and everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that you’re probably one of the best bull riders and follow in the footsteps of Jim Shoulders and become the real bull riders of 1996-2012-11th millennium and beyond to the more present rodeo seasons at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos and other bull ridings all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that since entertaining the real world since January 1st, 1996 is that in the real world of 1996-2012-11th millennium and beyond to the present rodeo seasons and many other years ahead, any fabulous bull rider is great to be excelling in even doing lots of Brahman bull riding, as any cowboy or cowgirl would be a great true superstar in 1996-11th millennium and beyond to the more present rodeo seasons at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that I was also thinking that when I was painting this image, I was going to think that he was probably going to make a great eight second ride as if to post a good score on that beautiful golden light-straw Charolais bull named “Bodacious”. While I was painting this bull rider, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of the cowboy on the bull as it shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that this cowboy on the bull is perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is making a great ride on “Bodacious” at every PBR World Finals and also at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that he's probably just the best superstar bull rider, as when I was also painting this image, I was also thinking that this cowboy is working hard to be making a great ride at every PBR World Finals and also at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that bull riding is just very exciting and the real glamour of the ladies can also be competing in the bull riding with the men at the same time. When I also painted this bull rider, I was thinking that he was going to make a great ride on the Charolais Charbray (a Charolais-Brahma cross) bull named “Bodacious”. Then after the bull “Bodacious” left the chutes after he nodded his head, the cowboy held on for the whole eight seconds as if to just make a good ride. During all of the ride, it appears that the rodeo clown was watching the action from the barrel, as if he felt like he was probably going to get ready to distract the angry-tempered Bodacious away from the fallen rider. After he had probably had completed his whole eight second ride on Bodacious, then he got off the bull very easily after the rodeo clown had just jumped out of the barrel in time along with the other several rodeo clown to rush into great time to distract the angry Charolais Charbray (a Charolais-Brahma cross) bull named “Bodacious” away from the fallen cowboy. The bull rider probably walked with his arms high in the air and tipped his hat with the right hand to the crowd and then he high-fived the rodeo clown and tapped the rodeo clown on the elbow and also raised his two fingers to everyone to show "PEACE" and then raised his right thumb out as if just to show that this was a great bull ride he had probably made on Bodacious as he might've probably for sure made for this same ride at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is making a great ride at every PBR World Finals and also at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the bull rider and rodeo clown (the one in the barrel) are all wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of their eyes and also maybe the bright lights and lights from all indoor arenas or outdoors during the nighttime.

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking of the two great movies of "The Man from Utah" (starring John Wayne, released in 1934) and "The Desert Trail" (starring John Wayne, released in 1934) as if this painting looked very similar to the movie clip of the 1st great movie and great video clip of the Brahma bull riding event from both "The Man from Utah" (starring John Wayne, released in 1934) and "The Desert Trail" (starring John Wayne, released in 1934), it kind of reminded me of how I would see that movie clip from "The Man from Utah" (starring John Wayne, released in 1934) and "The Desert Trail" (starring John Wayne, released in 1934) looking very similar to this painting for the real true done deal as this'll forever and ever be again repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as if he'll still keep on taking home more gold buckles, as if he only just competes in just only the bull riding event and probably might win more than 16 world championships, as if five world titles as an all-around champion in only just the bull riding and also as if sometimes, eleven world titles as a bull riding world champion, as if to show that this bucking bull riding contest is a contest between a man or a woman and beast, as if this professional rodeo cowboy (from this painting) probably competed in Brahman bull riding for probably more than 79 years, as if he’s just trying to follow in the great steps of bull rider Jim Shoulders, just like when Terry West won his first world championship in bull riding in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, because everyone could think he's probably one of the best superstars as the best and greatest bull riders in the history of the sport who will still probably also be alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as he'll probably feel like he made a great good ride on this Charolais bull as if he was probably laughing and just enjoying this ride, as I decided to paint “RODEO" in white writing on the red (so it could be very entertaining for real western rodeos as a lively show), as if BULL RIDING gets the heart and adrenaline pumping for both rider and spectator, as you can probably note the fringes on the rider’s chaps giving more movement to the ride, as if a good buck involves the bull’s back legs extending up over the shoulders, as if this Charolais bull is probably just ready to send a rider flying back as he is working hard to attempt to stay on for at least the full whole eight seconds, as BULL RIDING is also one of the best colorful events that all the cowboys and cowgirls also can still do great fancy riding on bulls, as that's what's great about this true western painting of "RODEO BULL BUSTER" or "THE BULL BUSTER", as that's what is great about the only toughest roughstock event ever, in rodeo, Brahman bull riding.

Then right there, it just shows that this event bull riding is at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that he probably made for this same ride all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that he's just making a great ride at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, I’m glad I wanted this bull rider and the rodeo clown to be wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of their eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

I really wanted people to think that this artwork painting of riding the bull “Bodacious” at every different rodeos, practice pens, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada and many other different arenas or areas all over the United States and Canada, as this painting shows that bull riding gets the heart and adrenaline pumping for both rider and spectator, as this beautifully artwork captures the real excitement of the real rodeos for all of the cowboys and the cowgirls from the real true spirit of the west, as this cowboy is doing this event from the same artwork picture in every competitions, every PBR world finals and practice pens and many other different places all over the USA and Canada and is working hard to stay on for the full whole eight more seconds, as just do you know is that bull riding is the most dangerous rodeo event, as a rider must stay on for eight seconds, but as if to win, both bull and rider are scored on performance. It also shows in this painting, is that sometimes, rodeo clowns can specialize in a number of talents, as some entertain the crowd between events, as others are barrel men and barrel women who pop in and out of barrels to distract a raging bull, as bullfighting clowns are very talented to help cowboys and cowgirls who have fallen and need assistance getting safely off the field, as it is true that a clown may watch the action from the barrel, like this one in this painting, as if he’ll for sure be ready to distract Bodacious with several other clowns to keep this fallen rider from getting hurt.

I decided to really call this great painting "Full of great support on Bodacious", because everyone could think this cowboy is full of great athletic support, as he looks like a true bull riding superstar, as if to be tough to stay on and ride on Bodacious’s back, as this really just looks like another one of my best absolutely realistic images that I ever did of this bull rider making the best of a good ride on Bodacious at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that this bull rider is probably made for this same run for the extra eight more seconds all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that he's just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, every PBR world finals, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos and other bull ridings all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as he is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of his eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

This just really shows that bull riding can definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as of course the most dangerous sport in the world is bull riding, and for a bull rider, it’s not even if and when you get hurt, as if it’s just when and how, as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the image at work riding on the bull, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS IT LOOKS LIKE HE DOES FANCY RIDING ON BULLS, as this painting also goes to show that a rodeo is as exciting and colorful as a circus!

This is probably one of the best images of a bull rider getting ready to make a great eight second ride on this bull, as if to be a realistic bull riding superstar just to show that I am just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner) as I just thought for real life to just make the real fun of January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present of when the real top best fun that began to repeat and relive forever and ever, the real true done deal was that “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner) was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as “Rodeo America’s Number One Sport” (the coloring book that was published in 1986 by author Thomas A. Bryant and drawn by E. Vernal Wagner) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever. This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did of riding bulls, which is also one of the events that is still found at rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and even for some old cowboys and old cowgirls, as if just to show that bull riding is also their real true game forever and ever, sometimes, as well, too. You think that you are right there in the painting at work riding on a bull, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy in this painting called "Full of great support on Bodacious" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes showing a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

The real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The audience and other people is all watching as they are cheering for this bull rider to make a great eight-second ride on Bodacious as this must show is that everyday all the time forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century is that rodeos will still be around forever and ever. It appears in this painting, as if a woman and a man are probably also watching at how well he eventually completes the eight second ride, and that he probably laughs at his great ride, as if he keeps on being one of the greatest bull riding champions of all-time, as if like "Cadillac" Jack Favor, Ted Nuce,  Jim Shoulders, Terry Don West, J. D. Souther (a. k. a. John David Souther, the country/rock singer that sings the song "You're Only Lonely"), the character John Manly, the coachman (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), Jimmy Olander (the electric and acoustic guitar player from the country band Diamond Rio), the country singer Clint Black and several different bull riders (who use their right hand for the bull rope), as if still the intricacy of his perfecting of what he's probably just really done, as if to make himself the superstar of bull riders, as if he’s followed in the footsteps of past bull rider named Jim Shoulders, as if he’s tough to ride like him and become known as “The Babe Ruth of Rodeo”.

I got to work at doing this nice painting very, very slowly and very slow to just make it about realistic and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint and about several hours to make it realistic and just right of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the white writing of rodeo on the red (which is sometimes very entertaining), the grass, half dust, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue, to make it very entertaining (just so people can know that that's the one you must go to and won't forget), the real true great advertisement of Wrangler jeans forever and ever, the colorful chaps on the bull rider, the way this bull rider is riding the bull for balance, bull rider in a white cowboy hat, sunglasses, white t-shirt, the light-plum purple shirt and blue jeans tucked into brown leather cowboys boots, the colorful light-straw Charolais bull named Bodacious, the clouds in some parts of the day, the white and light-golden yellowish-sepia fence (where the audience is sitting and watching), the white drawing of a cowboy and the white writing of Calgary Stampede and rodeo on the red sign (as if it’s entertaining), the colorful barrel with the colorful stars and the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue of the barrel, the colorful polka-dotted shirt, suspenders and the real colorful Mink felt cowboy hat on the rodeo clown, the colorful morning sky and everything else for all real rodeos and almost just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the bull riding event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that he can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action in three events as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing to show that this is REAL RODEO WAYS, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF RODEO RULES! This really just looks like another one of my real best absolutely realistic images that I ever did of steer wrestling, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This was painted on some on Saturday, March 24th, 2012, Sunday, March 25th, 2012 and Tuesday, March 27th, 2012, as this was just a very great beautiful great image of a great superstar bull rider, as it can also make great video clips at the same time to repeat and relive again forever and ever perfect for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this picture in one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and this is just another very great beautiful masterpiece image that can also hopefully make every great video clips of anyone riding bulls to repeat and relive again all the time forever and ever perfectly and also for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) World Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, every PBR world finals, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowboys and cowgirls can compete in the bull riding event all the time, FOREVER AND EVER ALL MORNING UNTIL NIGHT, SINCE THEY REALLY ALSO LOVE BRAHMAN BULL RIDING (THE REAL EVENT OF THE MAIN RODEOS)!

This really also looks like that when I was painting this image of the real world of the real rodeos, I was kind of thinking at the same time was that a rodeo is always a cowboy and cowgirl show as the cowboys and cowgirls do fancy riding on the bulls, the cowboys also do expert thrills at wrestling down steers to ground and that the cowboys and cowgirls also do fancy roping, as this goes to show is that rodeo's three real main events are tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding for all the cowboys and cowgirls to compete in those events, as all cowboys and cowgirls pay to enter a rodeo, as this goes to show is that if they win contests, they win money prizes. Since it just feels like that you're really right there in this picture, this just really shows it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS THE RODEO IS A LIVELY SHOW, as if keep on seeing rip-roaring championship action in calf roping, women’s calf roping, bull riding, women’s bull riding and steer wrestling, as all of the real competitors are champions of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, Girls’ Rodeo Association, and the collegiate champions of each event from the NIRA, as THE RODEO WILL FOREVER AND EVER KEEP ON BEING A REAL LIVELY SHOW, OF ENTERTAINING THE REAL WORLD SINCE 1996, as William MacLeod really likes to say, "This classic contest shows bull riding, calf roping, and steer wrestling at it's best", well it's true about the real arguably top three best events in the real right place, but that's what the real rodeos are really about of “A RODEO WHERE RODEOS ARE BORN”!

This is probably one of the best realistic real images, as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that I am just to try to all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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, as this painting must show that bull riding is probably the most dangerous rodeo event, as this painting must really just show how this cowboy definitely must look like the "Bull Riding Champion of the Universe!"

Roper William MacLeod still forever and ever just keeps on capturing the action and skill whether anyone is riding a bull, calf roping, steer wrestling, when a cowgirl is riding a bull or also when a cowgirl is roping and tying a calf, professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes make it look easy when actually it is very difficult. Also, roper William MacLeod also paints the rodeo clowns who are the protectors of the cowboy or cowgirl and the entertainers of the crowd. Rodeo clowns also come in all shapes, all ages and even all sizes and all have to be top-notch athletes in peak physical condition. They have to be agile, quick and fearless, have the memory of a computer and a knowledge of bulls.

This artwork as a painting of "The Real Cowgirl Sport" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally an artwork interior illustration painting of a cowgirl on the Palomino horse at a rodeo roping a calf, as it was originally an artwork illustration done by interiors illustrations by probably artists of Joan Thompson with Roy Schlemme from the "I Can Draw Horses & Ponies" (a.k.a. (I Can Draw (Walter Foster Publishing)), as that illustration of the cowgirl roping the calf from the palomino was probably originally done between 1996 and 2006.

First, I photocopied the background with the fence and hill, then I pasted the horse and rider in that background and then pasted the calf to have it's tail go by the barrel. So then, I decided to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done. I decided that the event in the painting would be happening to show that this would be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that this cowgirl is doing this in the Women's Professional Rodeo (WRPA) circuits, All-girl rodeos and that she even also competes against the men in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) to try to place in PRCA tie-down roping competitions to try to just pattern herself after the great professional women calf ropers of the 1920s and ’30s as she is also roping and tying up this beautiful red and white Hereford calf in every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of the cowgirl on the palomino horse roping a calf, as if it can also make the same great video clip at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

The cowgirl from the drawing and illustration book didn't have a piggin' string in her mouth and also carrying a jerk line, so, I just decided to put the jerk line in the cowgirl's belt and also the pink piggin' string in her mouth, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have a cowgirl become a real professional tie-down calf roper, as if to to show that's what it's really like to have a cowgirl become a real professional calf roper, as if to also compete with the men at the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, as she must be a pretty colorful legendary cowgirl calf roper as one of the greatest legendary ladies of rodeo and women’s rodeo. The roper didn't hold the loop in the illustration as she was probably twirling the loop (kind of like a trick roper's style) as any calf roper might sometime throw their loop that way like a trick roper's style. But then, I could start to sense that I guess I felt that I was probably right that I put the loop in her hand, as if she's working hard to swing and throw the loop just right.

While I was painting the image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of the cowgirl on the horse roping a calf as it shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that this cowgirl is perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowgirl is working hard to be just trying to make a great roping run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere just still all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada to show that this event is probably just the best "The Real Cowgirl Sport", as it kind of tells that this is probably one of the best rodeo scenes is that the cowgirls really seek a personal best in the rodeo arena as it was the first sport in which women were really allowed to compete against the men and males as rodeo really gave women a real chance to earn money and a chance to really show what they were made of then and now as for the rodeo arena, women had really expressed the heart of the cowgirl, and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The three people are in behind walking up the hill (as if at a rodeo or practice pen) are probably working to watch and catch the action), as they must probably think and feel proud for this colorful lady to show that she could be the best and proudest woman ever at her favorite event of tie-down roping and that she is still going to be alive in the 100th century and also after the 100th century. When I also painted this image, I was thinking that she is probably a great left-handed calf roper and that I decided to paint the lasso and the second lasso tied onto the saddle horn at the same time and decided to put the rope on the right side of the saddle, so that she could lasso with her left-hand. This cowgirl is twirling the rope to catch the Hereford calf as it really shows that this great lively image is half indoors and outdoors and that I’m just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you and me and everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that she and her palomino probably get some good practice in roping animals at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that since entertaining the real world since January 1st, 1996 is that in the real world of 1996-2012-11th millennium and beyond to the present rodeo seasons and many other years ahead, this cowgirl, out of USA and Canada, is probably one of the world-titlist winning calf ropers in the 1996-11th millennium and beyond to the more present rodeo seasons, year in and year out as if she's probably the best true calf ropers of the decades from only 1996-2006, 2007-2012-11th millennium and beyond-present and more and more present rodeo seasons, by being the real true superstars at tie-down roping at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that 1996-2012-present in rodeo have been real good ones, as if this woman must look like the superstar of calf ropers and also a tough cowgirl to rope in Canada and is glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA and Canadian tours. When I also painted this image, I was also thinking that she was going to not miss that calf, but I just figured she was still going to throw that rope to catch that calf, and just to try to throw that rope by making sure that she tries her best not to break any barriers so she could hopefully give that calf a head start, and to just score good, as if she was probably going to just make a great run to catch and tie up that beautiful red and white Hereford calf. While I was painting this woman tie-down roper, I was thinking that she held only just only two coils of the rope in her left hand and she is taking at least about three swings of her loop around her head and then after the third swing with just the right length of the loop very big, then she would throw her loop out to catch the Hereford calf’s head. Then once the Hereford calf was lassoed, she would stop her beautiful Palomino/American Quarter horse (who is perfectly well trained for the rodeo event tie-down roping) and got ready to put the brakes on after she shot, jerked and shot the slack in the rope high in the air as she leaped down from the saddle of the horse on the right-hand side by lifting her left foot out of the stirrup and then her right foot would slide out of the stirrup as then her both feet would be out of the stirrups when she would have both feet flying up high in the air at dismounting down from the saddle of palomino horse and then after her both feet would hit the ground, then, when she was running to the beautiful Hereford calf, she turned and spun the calf around from right to the left and then finally flanked the calf down to the ground, as she flanked this calf left-handed. Then after she flanked the calf, she removed the pink piggin' string from her mouth and then as she sat on the calf, the lasso was still on top of her left-leg as her hands were a blur as she tied up three of it's legs with two fast wraps and a half hitch with her pink piggin' string and then she threw her hands up very high in the air at the same time to stop the official's watch, as she just wanted to signal to the judges and just let people to kind of know in this painting of how she probably felt like she made a great job and a good run to rope and tie down that beautiful Hereford calf as if she's probably one of the best left-handed calf ropers and that her hands were probably pretty super fast with two fast wraps and a half hitch, as if she was wearing a brown leather vest, as if a lot of cowboys and cowgirls like to wear vests and as if to designate that she was one of the best women calf ropers to be around and alive forever and ever, as if she let the crowd know that she’d still be around and active and alive forever and ever and feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make this woman feel proud as calf roping is totally the real cowgirl sport and is a popular Western activity which has highly practical uses, as if calf roping is probably her favorite event forever and ever, as if she's probably one of the best left-handed calf ropers in this image.

Then right there, it just shows that this cowgirl is making a good roping run at every place all over the USA and Canada all morning till night. Then after the cowgirl roped and tied up the calf, she probably tipped her hat with the left hand to the crowd and then she high-fived one of her cowboy friends and tapped the rodeo clown on the elbow and also raised her two fingers to everyone to show "PEACE" and then raised her left thumb out as if just to show that this was a great run she had probably made and worked hard to rope this Hereford calf she might've made for this same run at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowgirl is making a great roping run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere just still all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the cowgirl is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of her eyes and also maybe the lights from all indoor arenas or outdoors during the nighttime.

I really wanted people to think that this real best cowgirl in this painting called "The Real Cowgirl Sport" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great roping run and that the cowgirls really seek a personal best in the rodeo arena as it was the first sport in which women were really allowed to compete against the men and males as rodeo really gave women a real chance to earn money and a chance to really show what they were made of then and now as for the rodeo arena, women had really expressed the heart of the cowgirl, and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The cowboys, woman and a man are all probably watching from somewhere as if they are cheering for the lady to throw that rope on the Hereford calf, and that she'll probably get it roped and tied up are to show that she could be the best left-handed woman at her favorite event of tie-down roping, as it just really means: "The Real Cowgirl Sport".

I painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that those are three real main events at all real western rodeos and it took me three days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while alland just about right because of the great effort of real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the colorful red and white Hereford calf, the cowgirl's tension and excitement, the colorful barrel with the colorful stars, the white writing of rodeo on the barrel and the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue of the barrel, the way she's swinging and holding the lasso, the colorful small little flags hanging up above, the red jerk line in her belt, the colorful morning sky, the colorful grass and hills, the colorful highlights of the dust and rodeo dirt, the colorful highlights of the clouds, what the colorful Palomino, part American Quarter horse really looks like, the cowgirl wearing a white cowgirl hat, sunglasses, the colorful purple shirt with a brown leather vest, the colorful blue jeans, the colorful blue jeans tucked into the colorful tall shiny black leather cowgirl boots on the cowgirl (just to show that all cowboys and cowgirls can wear that color during the tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding events), the way the cowgirl is sitting in the saddle on the palomino horse and the way her feet are in the stirrups, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the grass, half dust, the red writing on top of the white, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the advertisement of Wrangler jeans, the way this cowgirl is working hard to swing and throw the rope at a fleeing Hereford calf, the writing of “CFD” on the fence, the red writing of "Calgary Stampede" on the white fence and the colorful bright lights from the indoors and outdoor arenas everywhere and everything else, as it is just about everything to feel like you're really right there in the picture all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the calf roping event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the bull riding event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that she can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding.

This really just looks like another one of the best absolutely realistic images that I ever did and this painting kind of really must show is that everyone enjoys the roping contest, as the rider and her horse know they have to work together.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as she is truly the great amazing cowgirl alive for the 100th century! I just decided that the pretty cowgirl is wearing sunglasses, a colorful western purple shirt with a brown leather vest and blue jeans tucked into black leather cowgirl boots.

This painting can show that this pretty cowgirl is a Women's Professional Rodeo (WRPA) and a bit of a PRCA tie-down calf roper, who competes in all-girl rodeos and that she even also competes against the men in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) to try to place in PRCA tie-down calf roping competitions as if she is just trying to just pattern herself after the great professional women calf ropers of the 1920s and ’30s as she is carrying two piggin’ strings around her shirt and that she can be tough to rope and tie calves in every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this cowgirl looks to be a great massive calf roper to rodeo hard for all 12 months of the year all the time forever and ever.

The cowgirl from the coloring book didn't have a piggin’ string in her mouth, so, I just decided to put the piggin' string in her mouth, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have a cowgirl become a real professional calf roper, as if to also compete with the men at the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, as she must be a pretty colorful legendary cowgirl calf roper as one of the greatest legendary ladies of rodeo and women’s rodeo.

I really wanted people to think that this cowgirl in this painting called "The Real Cowgirl Sport" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes is that the cowgirls really seek a personal best in the rodeo arena as it was the first sport in which women were really allowed to compete against the men and males as rodeo really gave women a real chance to earn money and a chance to really show what they were made of then and now as for the rodeo arena, women had really expressed the heart of the cowgirl, and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too).

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as a pretty colorful cowgirl calf roper is truly the great amazing cowgirl alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century!

This was painted on Sunday, April 8th, 2012, Monday, April 9th, 2012 and Tuesday, April 10th, 2012, and this is just a very great beautiful great image as this can also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever perfect for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere just still all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowgirls can also compete in the Brahman bull riding and tie-down roping events with the cowboys at the NFR, Calgary Stampede and many other different ones and also the Women's rodeos, as well, too. I also would like people to think for this painting about this cowgirl is probably very tough to be a very tough woman to be one of the great calf roping superstars in rodeo as a tie-down calf roper and is totally a true calf roping world champion.

This is probably one of the best images of a cowgirl roping and tying up a calf to make it realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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 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, as this painting must show that she must look like the "Tie-down Calf Roping Champion Queen of the Universe!", as if she's still enjoying being in the PRCA (as if to rope with the men at every PRCA rodeo) and WPRA to compete in only the real two events for the real women of tie-down calf roping (which is also for the cowboys) and the bull riding (which is also for the cowboys, as well, too), as she must also be a great living legendary lady with her palomino horse alive and around after the 11th millennium and beyond, as if she'll still keep on rodeoing forever and ever, to get to the good times to repeat and relive again, forever and ever!

This is just a very beautiful great image that can really also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if this same picture can be used as if perfect for probably many outdoor rodeos and probably senior rodeos, as if only during the daytime, and also definitely sometimes in the practice pens during the daytime, as well, too, as that it is just a very beautiful great image that can really also still make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if just to show that all cowboys and cowgirls are going to be lucky to be alive and live forever and ever well in the 11th millennium and beyond and also after the 11th millennium and beyond and relive January 1st, 1996-11th millennium and beyond and other years up ahead in the real world of rodeos forever and ever.

This really also looks like that when I was painting this image of the real world of the real rodeos, I was kind of thinking at the same time was that since it just feels like that you're really right there in this picture, this just really shows it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS THE RODEO IS A LIVELY SHOW!

This whole picture just really captures your heart and you'll have a real time machine and you can go back in time forever and ever, as the past will never be gone, so anyone must thank god to let your body remain to stay, live and be alive for a thousand years all the way into the 100th century and after the 100th century just to show that there'll forever and ever again be another you, as you'll get born again into the spiritual world again forever and ever.

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking of some of the women from one of John Wayne's different movies of "The Man from Utah", "The Desert Trail", "McLintock!" and many other different western movies John Wayne is in and also, Katharine Ross playing the character Sammy Garrett in the 1980 movie "Rodeo Girl" (the was inspired by real life world champion Sue Pirtle) and also, of course, the character Jenny (who is in the animated 1995 film "Black Beauty" (by Goodtimes)), as if, Jenny would mostly be good at Western riding and can also make a great rodeo cowgirl mostly for only just tie-down calf roping, steer undecorating and also rodeo's only roughstock event, bull riding (as if by using her left-hand in the bull rope), as everyone could think she's one of the best ropers and tiers alive as if that everyone could think she's one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, and also probably had defeated and surpassed past calf ropers James Zant, Trevor Brazile, Fred Whitfield, the singer and cowboy Red Steagall, the singer Lefty Frizzell, would also still be a perfect example for tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling), the character James Howard (the stableboy from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), and also, of course, Tom, the stableboy from the book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), as if, Tom would mostly be good at Western riding and can also make a great rodeo cowboy mostly for only just the two timed events in rodeo of tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling (a. k. a. bulldogging)) and also rodeo's only roughstock event, bull riding (as if by using his left-hand in the bull rope), the country and rock singer Robert Ellis Orall (who sings "Boom! It Was Over Just Like That!" (would also be a great example for mostly and only just the rodeo event of tie-down calf roping as the real true done deal) and also of course, and also and even, cowgirl calf ropers named Wanda Harper Bush and a cowgirl calf roper named Sue Pirtle and even other more several men calf ropers that she had surpassed, as well, too, and also, the other cowgirl women calf ropers, as well, too and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as she’ll probably feel like I made a great job and a good run to work hard to throw that rope and tie down the Hereford calf as if her hands were probably pretty super fast, as this really also looks like that when I was painting this image of the real world of the real rodeos, I was kind of thinking at the same time was that a rodeo is always a cowboy and cowgirl show as the cowboys and cowgirls do fancy riding on the bulls, the cowboys also do expert thrills at wrestling down steers to ground and that the cowboys and cowgirls also do fancy roping, as this goes to show is that rodeo's three real main events are tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding for all the cowboys and cowgirls to compete in those events, as all cowboys and cowgirls pay to enter a rodeo, as this goes to show is that if they win contests, they win money prizes. Since it just feels like that you're really right there in this picture, this just really shows it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS THE RODEO IS A LIVELY SHOW!

I really wanted people to think that this artwork painting shows that tie-down roping is a high-speed, precision rodeo event and that this beautifully artwork captures a cowgirl working her palomino horse in every competitions and practice pens and many other different places all over the USA and Canada and working hard to swing the loop of the business of getting ready to be roping a Hereford calf for competition during all twelve months of all four seasons, just to show that this cowgirl definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the image at work roping, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, AS THIS WOMAN SURE LOOKS LIKE SHE DOES FANCY ROPING!

I really wanted people to think that this woman is never going to be dead, as she’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that one day when she is a 99 year old senior, she'll still be a great tie-down roper at how tough she is to keep on roping forever and ever and probably is one of the best oldest tie-down ropers forever in a real way at roping with her left-hand, dismounting on the right and tying left-handed, as I believe that I was glad that she'll be a 99-year old woman to keep being on tough at getting off on the right-hand side, as if to show that she’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that she’s probably one of the top national women ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of her as the real cowgirl sport. After 99 years of age, she’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that this woman has probably been roping for 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as she’s also a little bit of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of her roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for this future ninety-nine year old laey in the future, as it shows that she’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century.

When I was also painting this image, I was also thinking is that when she is a 99-year old tie-down roper, she is just competing at how tough she is to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that she has been in all of all the time all of his life forever and ever, as if this shows that this woman has probably been roping left-handed all of her life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. This cowgirl has probably been to all over both the USA and Canada, as at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere just still all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what you love and to just keep you young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, this woman tie-down roper will just be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and she’s just having a ton of fun doing it as she believes in banks all of th time, as this woman roper will just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in her favorite event, the tie-down roping!

When I painted this image very slowly, I also think that this Hereford calf is really trying to run its fastest to avoid being roped as this calf is probably thinking in its head, “Boy, I’ve got to get the heck away from this big horse following and chasing after me as I’ve got to get the heck out of here just to be free”, as if this calf probably doesn’t even know what the roper is going to do to it since it probably doesn’t want that roper to catch it, as if they just want to be free to avoid getting caught by the rope, as the calf is working hard to run its fastest, this Hereford calf probably cannot believe that it’s being chased by this horse, as this calf is really trying to sneak out of this one.

I also like to think is that at all of the professional rodeo circuits and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, I like to think that a lot of people have videotaped this woman roper from every 99 years that this woman has been roping at every open ropings (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), every professional rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), every senior rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) and of course many other great professional rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) and open ropings (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens (that were also video taped all the time for all DVD videos), just to show that images and videos were all done at the same time, so people could relive and watch all of the great clips to hopefully bring the past back to life. Since not all were still images, they all would know how important it is all the time to have still images to still make great clips to show what the details are like as rodeos must be going with all of the TV-DVD video cameras rolling for DVD videos at the same time, so people could relive them all of the time just to show that tie-down roping is really one of the rodeo events that is closest to genuine cowboy and cowgirl life and is an integral part of a western horse's basic training. I also like to think that this roper has been in every video clips (for all of the DVD videos) all of the time since 99 years as this roper's probably been videotaped for a lot of 99 years at ever open ropings (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), every professional rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), every senior rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) and of course many other great professional rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) and open ropings (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens (that were also video taped all the time for all DVD videos), as this will just show that this roper is going to be lucky to be alive and well in the 11th millennium and beyond and also after the 11th millennium and beyond.

This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did as this painting really kind of shows is that roping calves is a popular rodeo event for all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is that this cowgirl is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever!

This cowgirl tie-down roper will never be dead and buried, she’ll still be alive in the 11th millennium and beyond and he’ll keep making the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, as she’ll never make his last NFR, but she’ll keep on making the NFR forever and ever, and that’s a great thing for this old senior tie-down roper, as she’ll be around forever and ever as if just to show that she’s still one of the best from the past and the future. Also in the painting, I also like to think that the chute boss (the one who’s penning the calves and releasing them) is also probably very thrilled at how this old senior can still compete forever and ever with the youngsters by also proving is that she'll never retire from the rodeo and that she'll keep making and roping in the NFR forever and ever everyday all the time, because she can continue to keep on roping with the kids at the Calgary Stampede forever and ever as he’s the best senior tie-down roper that has done more for tie-down roping in every full whole more decades than any other calf roper going down the road and still continues to prove to the future ropers is that anybody at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age can also still keep on being tough to just keep on roping with the kids all the way into the 100th century and beyond and also after the 100th century, so that this senior’s body can really remain to stay and be alive forever and ever. This woman roper still lives to be alive and around for the year of 2050 to rope and tie up calves and performs like a great true cowgirl, as this woman has enjoyed a great career and is just so honored to think that those people are thrilled that he’s still alive since she’s the best of left-handed ropers, as she’ll again be this young again, as this woman roper will again forever relive and live in the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 1999 rodeo seasons and also this senior roper will again forever relive and live in the January 1st, 2000-December 31st, 2009 rodeo seasons, and also the January 1st, 2010-100th century-present rodeo seasons again forever and ever, since this roper breathes all the time just to know that she will live those moments again, by living in a lot of the past, present and future forever and ever as just to show is that this tie-down roper really loved rodeoing and going to open ropings all the time, as it was this roper’s life, since she’s been roping for provably more than ninety-nine years, as if she always made everyday a good one all the time, as if many other future ropers would’ve said to this future ninety-nine-year old senior is, “Rodeo never forgets you. Rodeoin’ is just keeping you alive forever and ever and it really shows that you are proud of this sport at ninety-nine years of age and this sport is also proud of you at how tough you are at ninety-nine years of age, and that you’re one of the toughest tie-down ropers alive in rodeo forever and ever, and you get to be rodeoin’ forever and ever, since you are a brave old roper, as there is never only one you and you’re not the one and only. You’ll never be gone and in the coffin, since you’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century, and you’re still one of the best forever and ever, and we’re all proud of this old woman at how she’s been roping and tying all of her life forever and ever as you are totally amazing at it. Keep up your good professional work at the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada forever and ever, as that’s what you and we all would love to show and have some of your tie-down roping styles at the NFR in Las Vegas, as if to make some great runs and to show that it’s one of the best events to ever watch, perform and see along with steer wrestling and bull riding, as you are still number 1 or 14 in the world, as you’re still going to be amazing forever and ever, and god is just so proud of your style work at ninety-nine years of age also at the Calgary Stampede, forever and ever as you just keep winning more titles in this sport forever and ever, and also rope and tie with the cowboys, as the cowboy tie-down ropers of the rodeo will also all love you, since they can also compete with you sometimes in match ropings, as the cowgirls and cowboys must rope and tie just like how you do. The cowgirls can also rope and tie with you at every professional rodeo circuits, senior rodeos, practice pens and open ropings all over the USA and Canada of the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many different others, as also, those senior cowgirls can also be tough to rope and tie with you, as well, too, forever and ever, just like the young ones.”

This is probably realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever.

Roper William MacLeod captures the action and skill whether anyone is riding a bull, calf roping, steer wrestling, when a cowgirls is riding a bull or also when a cowgirl is roping and tying a calf, professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes make it look easy when actually it is very difficult.

This artwork as a painting of "William MacLeod throws that loop" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a cowboy in the calf roping event, as it was originally an artwork drawn by artist Marion Vinson from the "Rodeo Coloring Book" (a.k.a. Rodeo: America's unique sport, as that one was created and edited by Gene Vinson) and the rodeo coloring book was published in 1975.

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the Rodeo coloring book and saw only just the cowboy, horse and the calf in a white background with nothing else. So then, I decided to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done. I decided that the event in the painting would be happening to show that this would be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that this is more like a real portrait of William MacLeod (the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist) as I really and truly decided to say that any picture from a coloring book could make a real great painting. I photocopied this pencil drawing and just decided that the event in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that I’m doing this same run from the past all the time forever and ever at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of me throwing that loop on the beautiful colorful white Charolais calf, as if it can also make the same great video clip of me roping at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days, and this picture can be also used for the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, as if it goes to show that William MacLeod (the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist) throws his loop at Cheyenne Frontier Days.

The cowboy from the coloring book didn't have a second lasso on the saddle and a jerk line with him, so, I just decided to put the second rope on the saddle, as if incase William MacLeod missed his first loop on the Charolais calf and that I put the jerk line in my belt on the left-hand side, so it could back my horse "Sierra" up to tighten the lasso on the Charolais calf, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have William MacLeod become and look like the real true rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist and be also known as "The John Wayne (the duke) of calf roping" and also "The Frederic Remington of calf roping" and also sometimes "The JFK of calf roping", because that way everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as if to keep on roping and making it to the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, forever and ever, as this shows that anyone must keep on considering William MacLeod (I), from Nova Scotia in Canada, could one day become one of the best greatest calf ropers in the history of rodeo world from 1996-present and be around and alive forever and ever just to combine great size, great speed and smooth coordination to become one of rodeo's finest athletes forever and ever, as it would show that William MacLeod is one of the best people from Nova Scotia to ever be involved with rodeo and of course, his event to do forever and ever all the time, CALF ROPING, as William is one of the best colorful cowboys all over the USA and Canada forever and ever and many other countries, as William must look like a true roping superstar from Canada, and a real cowboy from the fun years forever and ever of January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2012-11th millennium and beyond to the more real present rodeo seasons, this past, present, future rodeo champion has totally been addicted to calf-roping ever since William MacLeod gave it a try by watching the Calgary Stampede on TV in July of 1994, and then more likely when the real top best fun began since January 1st, 1996, as I probably could figure it out that god must've given William MacLeod the real right talent to rope and tie to become tie-down calf ropers
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the country singer Tim Wilson (who would also make a perfect example of a rodeo calf roper and a rodeo steer wrestler), the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, Zac Brown (the lead singer from the Zac Brown band, would would be a perfect rodeo calf roper, as well, too), and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and many other great different calf ropers, as William MacLeod probably says and tells himself, "Yes, I’m going to do this my whole life and that I'll keep making the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada forever and ever and of course a lot of open ropings, the Calgary Stampede, and then of course, one day just look at me now at 999 years of age, enjoying a lot of calf roping", as forever and ever of yesterday, today and tomorrow, William MacLeod will just still regularly keep on participating in physically demanding — and potentially not-so-dangerous — tie-down calf-roping events as a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and even some of the National Senior Pro Rodeo Association, as I can still have an indoor arena so I can sometimes be practice riding and roping all year long, regardless of the weather, as probably after age 999, William MacLeod will still regularly be around and alive forever and ever by participating in challenging tie-down calf-roping events at every rodeos, every open ropings, every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and many others, as I know that people will videotape me at every rodeo during the daytime or nighttime and be on every DVD video of rodeo and relive my roping again — something William's been doing since watching the Calgary Stampede on TV in 1994 and also of course, lassoing since 1996. "It makes me feel great - awkward, but still great forever and ever," William MacLeod would one day say of breaking a new record. "I've been chasing the greatest calf ropers that have ever lived. That's been what my career's been about since 1996 and also first watching the Calgary Stampede on TV in 1994." Joe Beaver was a tie-down roper like William, but also a steer roper. William feels that he one day dominated the game forever and ever. Like all world champions will tell you, the competition was tough, as people must pay homage to William MacLeod; the man, the machine, the artist and the legend.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of me (William MacLeod) throwing my loop on that beautiful colorful white Charolais calf as it really shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that I’m just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you and me and everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that the pink piggin' string clenched in my teeth, I throw and drop my lariat by letting it fly perfect in the air over a fleeing running calf's head, as my Quarter horse named "Sierra" readies for an instant stop to get ready to slide to a fast stop as if my horse will already have probably slowed up, as if this one is at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, every rodeos, every open ropings, every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and many others and of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that William MacLeod throws that loop with perfect authority.

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking of John Wayne in different movies of "The Man from Utah", "The Desert Trail", "McLintock!" and many other different western movies John Wayne is in.

It shows that William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, because everyone could think I'm one of the best ropers and tiers alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as if with perfect authority to show that William MacLeod probably ropes and ties up calves just like his favorite calf ropers
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", the country singer Tim Wilson (who would also make a perfect example of a rodeo calf roper and a rodeo steer wrestler), the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, Zac Brown (the lead singer from the Zac Brown band, would would be a perfect rodeo calf roper, as well, too), and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and even of course, several other few great different calf ropers, as well, too!!! :) :) :).

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking that I was going to make and probably going to go for the quickest possible time to rope and tie up that beautiful white Charolais calf. While I was painting this image, I was kind of thinking that this calf looks like a pig because of the nose, and the tail and the face and this calf kind of looks very similar to a lamb and even a bunny. When I was also painting this great image of a self-portrait of me roping, I was thinking that I definitely had held onto two coils of the rope in my left hand and took and after I nodded for the calf when I gave the calf the correct head start and was lucky that my horse "Sierra" and I didn't break the barrier, as I galloped on my horse, as if I got ready to twirl my loop to get it ready and swung, turned and twirled it for at least two turns of two swings around my head. Then after the two turns of two swings, I would then release the two coils from my hand and grab the slack with my right hand as I would be throwing my loop to land and reach down over the beautiful colorful white Charolais calf’s head. Then, right there in the picture, I think it's a great image of me roping off my horse "Sierra" and that right there, I kind of look pretty serious about that loop, as it kind of opened up to that exact loop that I had wanted and that my horse and I look like we're working very had to chase down that white Charolais calf and it probably could feel like that I'd probably like to have nearly missed that calf, but then, it kind of shows that with a quick flip, I'm just working hard to loop that fleeing Charolais calf. Right there, in this image, when I also probably painted this image very carefully and slowly, I also think that this white Charolais calf is really trying to sneak out to the right as if this calf is really trying to run its fastest to avoid being roped, as if I think this calf is probably trying to trick the horse "Sierra" and I (William MacLeod) as if I think this Charolais calf is really trying to get me and my horse mixed up and confused, as if since the loop is at the top of the calf's eyes, I could probaly sense that this calf is probably thinking in its head, “Since I feel something at the top of my eyes, I don't even look like a pig or a bunny or a lamb, so, boy, I’ve just got to sneak by getting the heck away from this big horse following and chasing after me as I’ve got to get the heck out of here just to be free, and I hope I don't get caught”, as if this Charolais calf probably doesn’t even know what the roper William MacLeod is probably going to do to it since it probably doesn’t want William MacLeod to catch it, as if those calves just want to be free to avoid getting caught by the rope, as the calf is working hard to run its fastest, this Charolais calf probably cannot believe that it’s being chased by this horse "Sierra", as this calf is really trying to sneak out of this one, as it looks like that this calf probably does not want to be tied up at all. So then, once my horse Sierra has slowed and readied for an instant stop to stop dead, then I would shoot my slack back to loop the calf and dip it down over it's head to sling it by shooting and flipping the slack in the rope back to loop the calf, while I stopped my horse “Sierra” came to an instant stop. Then afterwards, I would then lift my left foot out of the stirrup and then I would be dismounting down from the saddle of Sierra and then the fleeing Charolais calf hit the end of the rope. Then, I ran down to the white Charolais calf and then I flanked it down. Then I strung the calf's front leg after I removed the pink piggin' string from my mouth and then I tied up three of it's legs with two fast wraps and a half hitch with my piggin' string, as if it was very great good speed tying as I was thinking that my hands were a blur wrapping and tying my pink piggin' string around three of it's legs together with great speed-tying of two fast wraps and a half hitch and then I just threw my hands up very high in the air to stop the official's watch to show that I was done for time and that I was just finished, as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how William MacLeod is still truly "The John Wayne of Calf Roping", "The Frederic Remington of Calf Roping", and also, "The JFK of Calf Roping", and that William is still going to be a rodeo performer at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and many other ages, as I'm also trying to prove to the crowds is that another favorite with rodeo crowds is calf roping and that I'm still forever and ever as William MacLeod is still one of the best calf ropers alive forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me, as I’ll probably feel like I made a great job and a good run to rope and tie down the calf as if my hands were probably pretty super fast, and also I’d still feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make me feel proud forever and ever, as I feel that I rope just like a machine and that I've felt like eight-time world champion calf ropers named
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the country singer Tim Wilson (who would also make a perfect example of a rodeo calf roper and a rodeo steer wrestler), the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, Zac Brown (the lead singer from the Zac Brown band, would would be a perfect rodeo calf roper, as well, too), and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and of course many different others of calf roping!

Then right there, it just really shows that William MacLeod is making the best of a good tie-down roping run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime, as William MacLeod is totally one of the top money winning calf ropers as the Canadian would be known for his fast hands to still keep on being one of the fastest tiers and will forever be one of the best true superstars at tie-down roping with sometimes the nickname "CAPTAIN RODEO" at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that William MacLeod is the superstar of calf ropers and also a tough cowboy from Nova Scotia and in Canada is glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be joining the USA tour, just to show that I’m one of the greatest future champions of all-time of past, present and future and that still the intricacy of this man’s perfecting of the 99 minutes on the treadmill that William MacLeod has done just will make me the future superstar of tie-down ropers is that everyday all the time forever and ever in the 100th century to keep on being a true superstar as the best calf roper to be alive and around in the 11th millennium and beyond.

This really just looks like another one of the best absolutely realistic images that I ever did and this painting kind of really must show is that sometimes an individual animal would try and trick the horse and rider to sneak out of the rope. That meant that it had to be lassoed and tied up for competition, as in this painting, "William MacLeod throws that loop", by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, a it just shows that another favorite with rodeo crowds is calf roping.

Then right there, it just really shows that William MacLeod is making the best of a good tie-down roping run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that I probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that I’m just making a great run at every rodeo circuit at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as I am wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of my eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime, as if just to find out what it's like to be a rodeo cowboy, as if William MacLeod is probably rodeo's first person to ever do 99 minutes on the treadmill a year athlete and will one day be recognized by many as one of the greatest ropers of his time by holding the record for the most money won in a single year and is closing in on the all-time money won record. He's one day been the calf roping champion and will keep on winning more and more calf roping titles than anyone in the sport of rodeo and is become known to people in the world of rodeo as the bionic cowboy as he is well respected and well liked by his fellow competitors and his lady and women competitors, William MacLeod is a great example of what hard work and dedication can do and is truly a great amazing cowboy, the greatest calf roper and western artist of them all, as this event tie-down roping goes back to the old days of the west, when the cowboy or cowgirl had a job to do, and that he or she couldn't let anything, even a calf with a different point of view change his or her mind, as if William MacLeod sure does look like
Joe Beaver, Jerry Jetton, John Denver (the singer), the country singer George Jones, and also, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill", as well, too.

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy William MacLeod in this painting called "William MacLeod throws that loop" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great roping run at going to go for the quickest possible time that will really and truly make me a real roping living legend at putting heart and soul into everything for me to be alive and around in the 11th millennium and beyond forever and ever and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too).

William paints the self-portrait of himself as a cowboy roping on his American Quarter horse named “Sierra” and the entertainers of the crowd, as if a woman and man are probably watching at how well I do. I feel that I come in any shape and size and just have to be top-notch and a tough athlete in a peak physical condition by being agile, quick and fast and just have the memory and reference of a computer and a knowledge of calves to be roped and tied down to the ground and also, sometimes, how many I might rope in a match roping, as I must let people think that William MacLeod in this painting is probably going to make a great successful run at every rodeo and open roping all over the USA and Canada and many other different places, as if I’m after I leap off my horse “Sierra”, I just feel like I was still showing the style that would win me more and more titles after the 11th millennium and beyond forever and ever.

The audience and other people is all watching, as if also as they are cheering for William MacLeod to make a great run as it really shows MacLeod in this painting, as if a woman and a man are probably watching at how well I eventually go after the white Charolais calf, and that the man and woman probably might cheer for William, as if to get it roped and tied up, as they know is that William just still likes to ride and rope and participate in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association a lot and also the Old Timers Rodeo Association, competing in the tie-down roping event, doing artwork, singing and playing guitar sometimes, as this must show is that everyday all the time forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century is that I can still continue to keep on roping with the kids forever and ever at 99 years of age, and also even 999,907 years of age and many other ages as I am just class that has done more for tie-down roping in every full whole future and past decades than any other calf roper going down the road and I’m still continuing to keep on proving to great rodeo calf ropers and great rodeo cowgirl calf ropers is that I can still be tough to rope with the kids at also, 609,999,8990, years of age, and even also 99 years of age, as well, too, and also that I could still be lucky to rope forever in the NFR after 999 years of age, the Calgary Stampede at 999 years of age, the Mo'betta calf roping at 999 years of age and also the Marana Invitational Calf Roping at 999 years of age and I'd still be tough roping at the NFR forever and ever, as this must prove is that because of the hard work of 99 minutes on the treadmill has just felt proud to show is that I would be the deluxe highest money earner in the history of pro rodeo to just keep on being one of the greatest champions of all-time, still the intricacy of my perfecting of the 99 minutes on the treadmill in past years of what I’ve just really done just will keep on making me the superstar of calf ropers forever, ever and ever!!! :) :) :)

I painted this image very, very slowly, and kind of just took a lot of time to work very slowly, carefully and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that it took me four days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully just to make it realistic and just working hard on it very slowly and carefully for a while to just work very slowly and carefully for a while and more very slowly and almost very careful for part and half the time for very hard and slowly as it took me several days to get it finished as I just got almost everything done just about right just about right because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the colorful white Charolais calf, the pink nose on the calf, William in a blue Wrangler western cowboy shirt with the border across of horses running and galloping and a white t-shirt, sunglasses, indigo-blue Wrangler jeans, the clouds, the beauty of my American Quarter horse named “Sierra”, the way of my tension at throwing my arm up very high in the air by looping the calf, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the bright lights in the half outdoors (as if for nighttime), the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the half grass, half dust, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the colorful morning sky, the advertisement of Wrangler jeans, the spare white piggin’ string on my belt, the brown leather cowboy boots with the spurs, the way my horse and I are working hard to chase after that Charolais calf, the white cowboy hat, the stars in the night sky and also by the universe and almost probably nearly just about nearly everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the tie-down roping event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that she can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding, as if this is just to show that everyone enjoys the roping contest, as if right there in the picture, William MacLeod and his horse "Sierra" know that they have to work together to chase down that white Charolais calf.

This really just looks like another one of my real best absolutely realistic images that I ever did as if this is a great portrait of me roping a Charolais calf as this painting kind of really must show is that William MacLeod is a real late 20th-century of only 1996-2000 and also 21st-100th centuries-11th millennium and beyond living legend rodeo cowboy (who stays alive forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond) talks to his horse “Sierra”, and prides himself on his tie-down roping skill (right there, as you see it in the image), as William probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves, painting and doing great artwork and other suitably manly activities, as William MacLeod will be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls, forever and ever as I just really wanted people to think that I am never going to be dead, as I’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that I’m a great tie-down roper at how tough I will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest and youngest tie-down ropers forever as if to show that I’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that I’m probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of me.

After William MacLeod is 99 years of age, I’ll still be alive at 129 years of age still roping, as this shows that I’ll be roping for more than 99 years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as I’m also a little bit of a some of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of me roping at every rodeos and open ropings all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for me in the future, as it shows that I’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century.

When I was also painting this image to make it more interesting for the painting, it really shows that's what it's really like to have all of my gear in the tie-down roping competition, as I was also thinking is that I just love competing at how tough I will be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that I’ll be doing all of all the time and all of my life forever and ever, as if this really shows that I will be probably be roping all of my life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings. William MacLeod will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably my favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of my favorites to compete at forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how I am now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what I love and to just keep me young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and "never will be buried and dead" and never will be! In this image, William MacLeod will just totally be so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and will also never be retired from the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and that I’ll still just keep on having a ton of fun doing it to just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in my favorite event, the tie-down roping, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows is that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER OF A GREAT SELF-PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM MacLEOD ROPING CALVES!

This was painted on Sunday, April 15th, 2012, Monday, April 16th, 2012, Wednesday, April 18th, 2012, and Thursday, April 19th, 2012, and this is just another very great beautiful masterpiece image that can also hopefully make every great video clips of me roping calves to repeat and relive again all the time forever and ever perfectly and also for definitely at all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you or I (William) can relive this one all the time in different rounds and days for all day and night at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night, as this shows that the cowboys and cowgirls can both compete in the tie-down roping all the time, FOREVER AND EVER ALL MORNING UNTIL NIGHT, SINCE THEY LOVE TIE-DOWN ROPING!

This is probably one of the best images of me (William MacLeod roping and tying up a calf) as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that I am just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as this sure really just does look like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did as this painting really kind of shows is that roping calves is a popular rodeo event for me (William MacLeod), all of the cowboys and the cowgirls, and even for old cowboys and old cowgirls at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that roping is their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I (William MacLeod) is still truly an amazing great tie-down roper forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas (more and more than 9900 times), the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma (more and more and more than 9900 times), the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona (probably another one of his favorites to compete ate forever and ever for more and more and more than 9900 times), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos and open ropings all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever!

This is probably realistic to show that just to try to make William MacLeod to be truly an amazing great cowboy alive for the 100th century, just to try to keep on making all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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, as this painting must show that William MacLeod must look like the “King of the Ropers and western artist”, "Tie-down Roping Champion of the Universe!" and also “William MacLeod keeps on shooting for more and more and more and more and more consecutive world tie-down roping titles forever and ever at the National Finals Rodeo at the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas, Nevada”.

William MacLeod can also be known as "King of the Ropers" and also, a western artist, and is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the John Wayne (the Duke) of calf roping and also, the Frederic Remington of calf roping and even the JFK of calf roping as William MacLeod feels that he could rope and tie up calves like
Jerry Jetton, Joe Beaver, the singer John Denver, the character Pecos Bill (the cowboy of tall tales) and also, the actor Patrick Swayze as Pecos Bill in the 1995 Walt Disney movie film called "Tall Tale - The Unbelievable Adventures of Pecos Bill" and even, the country singer George Jones and even many other great different tie-down ropers), the country singer Tim Wilson (who would also make a perfect example of a rodeo calf roper and a rodeo steer wrestler), the singer Dwight Yoakam (who would also get to make a perfect example of a rodeo all-around cowboy as a great calf roper, single steer roper, steer wrestler and also bull rider, who would use his left-hand in the bull rope) and also, Zac Brown (the lead singer from the Zac Brown band, would would be a perfect rodeo calf roper, as well, too), and also, the character Joe Green (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and many other great different calf ropers, as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as I'd still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Fred Whitfield won his third world championship in calf roping in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time.

Roper William MacLeod still forever and ever just keeps on capturing the action and skill whether anyone is riding a bull, calf roping, steer wrestling, when a cowgirl is riding a bull or also when a cowgirl is roping and tying a calf, professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes make it look easy when actually it is very difficult.

This artwork as a painting of "Eighty-Seven Years of Steer Wrestling" by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a cowboy in the steer wrestling event, as it was originally an artwork drawn by artist Marion Vinson from the "Rodeo Coloring Book" (a.k.a. Rodeo: America's unique sport, as that one was created and edited by Gene Vinson) and the rodeo coloring book was published in 1975.

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the Rodeo coloring book and saw only just the cowboy, horse and the calf in a white background with nothing else. So then, I decided to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done. I decided that the event in the painting would be happening to show that this would be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that I really decided to make this steer wrestler look like he’s at eight-seven years of age, as if to show that any steer wrestler of a cowboy is never too old to keep doing the things that they love and keep them young at heart, as they just have to pray that their bodies will allow them to continue doing the things that they love so much, as if I really and truly decided to say that any picture from a coloring book could make a real great painting. I photocopied this pencil drawing and just decided that the event in the painting would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that I’m doing this same run from the past all the time forever and ever at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo in San Antonio, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of the eighty-seven year old cowboy jumping off his horse onto the steer, as if it can also make the same great video clip at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days, as if it can also make the same great video clip at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is just to show that since entertaining the real world since January 1st, 1996 is that in the real world of 1996-2012-11th millennium and beyond to the present rodeo seasons and many other years ahead, as if he is probably just simply one of the best in the business, as he steer wrestles as probably just does it well, as this steer wrestler totally looks to be a great star in 1996-11th millennium and beyond to the more present rodeo seasons, as if he still likes to ride and participate in the Old Timers Rodeo Association and also the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and many other associations, competing in the steer wrestling event and is probably one of the true top money winning steer wrestlers as if he would be known for his fast moves to still keep on being one of the fastest steer wrestlers and will forever be one of the best true superstars at steer wrestling at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that this steer wrestler is the superstar of steer wrestlers and also a tough cowboy, as if he is glad to keep on being prior to forever and ever be wrestling down steers, as if this can really show about the art of steer wrestling is just that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days, and this picture can be also used for the Ellensburg rodeo in Ellensburg, Washington and lots of other rodeos during the daytime and also the nighttime, as if it also just really goes to just show is that of how you're really noticing in the painting of how right there, men past their prime can still compete in rodeo, as right there, in this painting, an eighty-seven-year-old contestant wrestles and throws down a steer at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere and also, in an old timers' steer wrestling event.

While I was painting the steer wrestler, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of the cowboy getting ready to wrestle the steer as it shows that the steer wrestler is half indoors and outdoors and that this cowboy jumping onto the steer is just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is working hard to wrestle this steer at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show that this cowboy is really about to make a quick catch soon. When I also painted this steer wrestler, I was thinking was that while I painted was that after this steer wrestler probably gave the nod for this steer to be released, and after the steer left and snapped the barrier, then, the hazer and the cowboy both took off and followed and chased after this Hereford steer, as if I was just also thinking was that he was going to make a great run to wrestle that beautiful colorful red and white Hereford steer, as it shows that the cowboy is just working hard to leap for the animal while sliding off the colorful beautiful brown-chestnut American Quarter horse named "Papo-Schleich" (who is perfectly well trained for the rodeo event steer wresting and is also Black Beauty’s friend, and also the white feet are on all four feet as if to show that this is the real correct true of the best "Papo-Schleich" that we all love in the real right place for the real true done deal and is a trained horse) at full speed, as the hazer probably did the best job to keep the red and white Hereford steer in a straight line to make sure is that it looks like that this steer wrestler is working very hard to jump and slide of Papo-Schleich to get ready to wrestle that red and white Hereford steer. When I was also painting the steer wrestler, I was thinking that this bulldogger is shown leaping from his horse "Papo-Schleich" (also sometimes and probably a tie-down roping horse) to just about be ready to make a quick catch. Then after the cowboy’s feet have hit the ground after the hazer has ridden on by, he will then dig in his boot heels in the ground and will pull down the steer and get it wrestled to the ground and them make sure that it will have all four feet pointing up in the air, as he’ll probably feel like he did a great job to wrestle down this Hereford steer to the ground, as this painting must really go to show of how in steer wrestling, a helper called a "hazer" keeps the steer running in a straight line until the cowboy can jump from his horse's back, grab the steer by the horns, and wrestle it to the ground and also, sometimes, the New Zealand champion bull-dogging when sometimes doing the Australian Circuit, as sometimes, all stock horses are small, and few rodeo horses are more than 14.2-15 hands.

When I also had really painted this image, I was also thinking of the actor Lloyd Whitlock as the villain Mr. Gentry in the early 1934 John Wayne (the Duke) western movie of "West of the Divide" as if Mr. Gentry in the John Wayne movie "West of the Divide" would sometimes make a great all-around hand at tie-down calf roping, steer wrestling, bull riding (as if by using his right-hand in the bull rope) and also, single steer roping, as if to show that's why rodeos are the perfect home for all of John Wayne's 84 western movies to compare to this painting, because this painting will forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present and more other present rodeo seasons ahead.

Then right there, it just shows that this cowboy is making a good wrestling run on that Hereford steer and will probably do great to bulldog it down to the ground at every place all over the USA and Canada all morning till night. This steer wrestler probably showed is that he probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Ellensburg Rodeo in Ellensburg, Washington, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the steer wrestler is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of his eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of the eighty-seven year old jumping onto that beautiful colorful red and white Hereford steer as it really shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that he's just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that any steer wrestler can really and truly and hopefully relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that a steer wrestler slides from his horse onto the steer's horns during a steer wrestling competition, as if this one is at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Ellensburg Rodeo in Ellensburg, Washington, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, every rodeos, every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo in San Antonio, Texas, the Ellensburg rodeo in Ellensburg, Washington, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and many others and of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere to show is that this is the real king of the rodeo and also the real king of the steer wrestlers, as if he looks to be a tough old cowboy at eighty-seven years of age, just to prove that he has been wrestling steers for eighty-seven years and probably even more than eighty-seven years, as well, too.

When I also painted this steer wrestler, I was also thinking that he was not going to not miss that steer, but I just figured he probably had to leap for this animal, while riding at full speed as if he was probably going to just make a great run to catch and wrestle down that beautiful red and white Hereford steer. While I was painting this steer wrestler, I was thinking that this cowboy is making a good wrestling run on that Hereford steer and will probably do great to bulldog it down to the ground at every place all over the USA and Canada all morning till night. This steer wrestler probably showed is that he probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowboy is just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the steer wrestler is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of his eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime. I was thinking while I painted was that after this steer wrestler gave the nod for this steer to be released, and after the steer left and snapped the barrier, then, the hazer and the cowboy both took off and followed and chased after this steer. I was thinking that this cowboy was working very hard to leap for this animal while riding at full speed, while the hazer kept the steer in a straight line. Then he leaped and slid himself off the horse and flew his legs high in the air to grab the steer's left horn. Then once he grabbed the steer, then he dug in his boot heels into the ground to stop the steer and then he worked very hard to throw down this steer in perfect form as then he wrestled down the steer with all four feet pointing up in the air, as he’ll probably feel like he did a great job to wrestle down this Hereford steer to the ground.

When I also painted this image, I was mostly thinking of more likely of "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943) as if this painting looked very similar to the movie clip of the 4th great movie and great video clip of the steer wrestling event from "A Lady Takes A Chance" (starring John Wayne, released in 1943), and even also, some of the several other great different cowboys and also, several other great different actors in different John Wayne's 84 western movies, as well, too, as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as if he'll still keep on taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Chad Bedell won his first world championship in steer wrestling in the year 1996, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, because everyone could think he's probably one of the best and oldest steer wrestlers doing this event for eighty-seven years, who will still also be alive and still around after the 100th century, forever and ever, as he'll never be leaving this earth, his body will remain to live, stay and be alive forever and ever and he’ll still rewind, relive and repeat his steer wrestling runs and be able to relive them again, as if this painting is really showing is that he probably feels like he made a great job and a good run to work hard to throw down the beautiful colorful red and white Hereford steer as if he was probably fast to jump down from his horse, and also he’d still feel more faster and faster and more faster, as I decided to paint "RODEO" in white writing on the red and also in the yellow and white on the blue fence (so it could be very entertaining for real western rodeos as a lively show), as if STEER WRESTLING is also one of the best colorful events that the cowboys probably do great expert thrills at wrestling down steers to ground.

Then right there, it just shows that a bulldogger leaps for the animal, while riding at full speed at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that he probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that he's just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the steer wrestler is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of his eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

This really just looks like another one of the best absolutely realistic images that I ever did and this painting kind of really must show is that this cowboy is doing this event from the same artwork picture in every competitions and practice pens and many other different places all over the USA and Canada and is working hard to wrestle down this steer, as it also shows in this painting, is that the steer wrestler is going to make a great run as in this painting, "Eighty-Seven Years of Steer Wrestling", by the rodeo King of the Ropers and western artist William MacLeod, I was thinking that this bulldogger is shown leaping from his horse “Papo-Schleich" (also the tie-down roping horse) to just about be ready to make a quick catch.

I decided to call this painting "Eighty-Seven Years of Steer Wrestling", because everyone could think this cowboy is very tough at eighty-seven years of age to keep doing his favorite event steer wrestling, as if and why he likes wrestle down steers so much. The senior is wearing a white t-shirt, red, white and blue Wrangler western shirt with a with a border across of the colors of burgundy-red, light-golden yellow and light blue and blue Wrangler jeans and a white cowboy hat, as he looks like a true steer wrestling superstar.

This really just looks like another one of my best absolutely realistic images that I ever did of this steer wrestler making the best of a good steer wrestling run at every place all over both the USA and Canada all morning till night, as really showed is that this steer wrestler probably made for this same run all the time at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that he's just making a great run at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as he is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of his eyes and also maybe sometimes the bright lights from all indoor or outdoor arenas during the nighttime and the daytime.

I really wanted people to think that this cowboy in this painting called "Eighty-Seven Years of Steer Wrestling" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great steer wrestling run at going to throw that steer down as fast as he can. The real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). The audience and other people is all watching as they are cheering for this steer wrestler to make a great run as this must show is that everyday all the time forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century is that rodeos will still be around forever and ever. It appears in this painting, as if a woman and a man are probably watching at how well he eventually goes after the Hereford steer, and that he probably gets it wrestled down to the ground, as if a woman and man are probably watching at how well this cowboy does at steer wrestling, as if he keeps on being one of the greatest champions of all-time, still the intricacy of his perfecting of what he's probably just really done, as if to make himself the superstar of steer wrestlers and that he is still going to be a great rodeo performer at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and many other ages, as if he’s also trying to prove to the crowds is that he'll still forever and ever still keep on being one of the best king of the steer wrestlers alive forever and ever as I really wanted people to think that he is never going to be dead and buried forever, as he’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that he’s a real great steer wrestler at how tough he will be to keep on wrestling and rodeoing forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest steer wrestlers forever as if to show that he’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that he’ll probably feel like he’s made a great job and a good run to wrestle down that Hereford steer, and even also after 99 years of age as if that’ll make this eighty-seven year old cowboy feel proud forever and ever, as I feel that he’s just felt like world champion steer wrestlers by the names of Dean Gorsuch, Roy Duvall, Dean Oliver, and of course many different others of steer wrestling, and of course, even get away with some of the character of Squire Gordon (who is a very kind and loving master who was also the squire who lives in Birtwick Park who is mostly to be good at Western riding and can also make a great rodeo cowboy mostly for only just the two timed events in rodeo of tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling (a. k. a. bulldogging), from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, even Brian Prout (the drummer from the country band Diamond Rio) and even of course, the singers Marty Stuart, the singer Clay Walker (who would be a perfect example for mostly rodeo tie-down calf roping, rodeo steer wrestling and also, rodeo bull riding (as if by using his right-hand in the bullrope)), and Carl Perkins (who sang "Blue Suede Shoes", and of course many different others of steer wrestling, and of course, even get away with some of the character of Squire Gordon (who is a very kind and loving master who was also the squire who lives in Birtwick Park who is mostly to be good at Western riding and can also make a great rodeo cowboy mostly for only just the two timed events in rodeo of tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling (a. k. a. bulldogging), from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, even Brian Prout (the drummer from the country band Diamond Rio) and Carl Perkins (who sang "Blue Suede Shoes"!

I really wanted people to think that this painting called "Eighty-Seven Years of Steer Wrestling" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great steer wrestling run that will really and truly make him a real steer wrestling living legend at putting heart and soul into everything for him to be alive and around in the 11th millennium and beyond forever and ever and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too).

When I was also painting this steer wrestler, I think I’ve captured the now understanding that you’re never too old to keep doing the things that you love and keep you young at heart. We just have to pray that our bodies will allow us to continue doing the things that we love so much, as if we will forever and ever be all over both the USA and Canada at every rodeos, as the real three main events are steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping contests are just all very popular and are found at all rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and cowgirls.

This just really shows that steer wrestling can definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as it is like jumping off the running boards of your pickup onto your neighbor's mailbox going 30 miles per hour, as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the image at work wrestling down the steer, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS IT LOOKS LIKE HE DOES EXPERT THRILLS AT WRESTLING DOWN STEERS TO THE GROUND!

This is probably one of the best images of a steer wrestler getting ready to wrestle a Hereford steer as if to make it realistic as a superstar just to show that I am just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of when the real top best fun that began to repeat and relive forever and ever, the real true done deal was that was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever. This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did of wrestling with steers, which is one of the events that is found at rodeos everywhere for all of the cowboys and even for old cowboys at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that steer wrestling is also their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting at work wrestling with a steer, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER!

This just really shows that steer wrestling can definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as it is like jumping off the running boards of your pickup onto your neighbor's mailbox going 30 miles per hour, as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the image at work wrestling down the steer, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER AS IT LOOKS LIKE HE DOES EXPERT THRILLS AT WRESTLING DOWN STEERS TO THE GROUND AND I REALLY JUST LIKE TO THINK IS THAT HE HAS BEEN PROBABLY WRESTLING DOWN STEERS FOR MORE AND MORE THAN EIGHTY-SEVEN YEARS!

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that I decided to make this steer wrestler look like he’s at eighty-seven years of age, as if to show that any steer wrestler is never too old to keep doing the things that they love and keep them young at heart, as they just have to pray that their bodies will allow them to continue doing the things that they love so much.

I really wanted people to think that this steer wrestler is never going to be dead, as he’ll still be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that this eighty-seven year old senior is a great steer wrestler at how tough he is to keep on wrestling steers forever and ever and probably is one of the best oldest steer wrestlers forever. I believe that I was glad that this eighty-seven year old man was doing this at rodeos, practice pens and many other different areas and places, as if this senior steer wrestler in this painting is probably one of the best steer wrestlers, as if to show that he’ll still be around and alive in the 100th century.

This eighty-seven year old man definitely has a white moustache and that after eighty-seven years of age, he’ll still be alive at 12,000,000,1989,198,899 years of age still wrestling down steers, as this shows that this man has probably been wrestling steers for more than eighty-seven years and will still keep doing it forever and ever all the time, as he’s sometimes also a little bit of a president of video clips to help people produce great video clips of him wrestling down steers at every rodeos and many other places all over the USA and Canada, as to get people to work all the time as a grip on a television crew to get them all on DVD videos to be hopefully keeping the camera man's cable curled up nice and neat and tucked out of the way, as it shows that rodeo is really kind of fun for this eighty-seven year old man in the future, as it shows that he’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century.

When I was also painting this image, I was also thinking is that this eighty-seven year old bulldogger is just competing at how tough he is to wrestle down steers forever and ever in the steer wrestling event in every rodeo circuit that he has been in all of all the time all of his life forever and ever, as if this shows that this man has probably been throwing down steers all of his life all the time in every rodeos. This eighty-seven year old steer wrestler has probably been to all over both the USA and Canada, as at every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Ellensburg Rodeo in Ellensburg, Washington (definitely his favorite for more and more than 9900 times forever and ever), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens as if this shows how he is now really understanding is that any cowboy or cowgirl is never going be too old at 99 years of age and also 999 years of age and also to never be dead, as if to just keep on doing the things to stay alive forever and ever of what you love and to just keep you young at heart forever and ever as if to just keep on continuing doing the things that we all love so much as it goes to show that if you have the heart, you are "never too old" and never will be! In this image, this eighty-seven year old steer wrestler is just so glad to not be retired from the rodeo and he’s just having a ton of fun doing it as this eighty-seven year old steer wrestler will just keep on being lucky to definitely be alive forever and ever in the 100th century and also to still be alive after the 100th century forever and ever in his favorite event, the steer wrestling!

I painted this image very, very slowly, and kind of just took a lot of time to work very slowly, carefully and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that it took me four days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully just to make it realistic and just working hard on it very slowly and carefully for a while to just work very slowly and carefully for a while and more very slowly and almost very careful for part and half the time for very hard and slowly as it took me several days to get it finished as I just got almost everything done just about right just about right as I painted this image very, very slowly, and kind of just took a lot of time to work very slowly, carefully and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that it took me four days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully just to make it realistic and just working hard on it very slowly and carefully for a while to just work very slowly and carefully for a while and more very slowly and almost very careful for part and half the time for very hard and slowly and more very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time and it really took me five long days just to paint that one just to make it realistic to show it really did take me five days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what the real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the red, white and blue stripe, the colorful red and white Hereford steer, the pink nose on the steer, the old senior in white t-shirt, red, white and blue Wrangler western shirt with a with a border across of the colors of burgundy-red, light-golden yellow and light blue and blue Wrangler jeans and a white cowboy hat and sunglasses, the colorful cowboy boots on the senior, the clouds, the colorful light-brown chestnut American Quarter horse named "Papo-Schleich" with a white blaze of a stripe and four white feet, the cowboy’s tension to get onto the steer, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the bright lights in the half outdoors (as if for nighttime), the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the half grass, half dust, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the colorful morning sky, the advertisement of Wrangler jeans, the red, white and blue fence, the the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue, the yellow and white advertisement of NFR in white and yellow letters on the blue fence, the yellow and white advertisement of the stars in white and yellow letters on the blue fence, the red stars on the white fence, the red writing of "CS" on the white fence, the white writing of "RODEO" on the red fence, the white writing of "HOUSTON RODEO" on the red fence, the red writing of "Calgary Stampede" on the white fence, the black writing of "CFD" on the white fence, the black writing of "LET ‘R’ BUCK" on the white fence and also the pink writing of "San Antonio Stock Show And Rodeo" on the blue, the way the cowboy is leaping off his horse to wrestle down that Hereford steer, the stars in the night sky and also by the universe and almost probably nearly just about probably almost nearly just about everything to just make you really feel like you're right there in this picture, as if all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the steer wrestling event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that he can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events: tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding, as if this is just to show that right there in the picture, by showing of how a steer wrestler slides from his horse onto the steer's horns during a steer wrestling competition.

This was painted on Saturday, June 2nd, 2012, Sunday, June 3rd, 2012, Monday, June 4th, 2012, Thursday, June 7th, 2012, and also on Friday, June 8th, 2012, and as this is just a very beautiful great image of two that can just really and truly just hopefully and really can also make a great video clip to repeat and relive again forever and ever all the time as if this same picture can be used as if perfect for same poses and steer wrestling run from the past all the time forever and ever at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as those two pictures in one image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of this cowboy in pose on jumping off his horse onto the Hereford steer, as if it can also make the same great video clip of this eighty-seven year old man at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days, and this picture can be also used for the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming and every other rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of this senior working to wrestle the Hereford steer, as if it can also make the same great video clip of this cowboy wrestling a steer at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days, as I like to think that a lot of people have videotaped this bulldogger from every 87 years that this man has been steer wrestling at every professional rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), every senior rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) and of course many other great professional rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) and also of course the practice pens (that were also video taped all the time for all DVD videos), just to show that images and videos were all done at the same time, so people could relive and watch all of the great clips to hopefully bring the past back to life. Since not all were still images, they all would know how important it is all the time to have still images to still make great clips to show what the details are like as rodeos must be going with all of the TV-DVD video cameras rolling for DVD videos at the same time, so people could relive them all of the time just to show that steer wrestling is an event that is found at rodeos everywhere and how the steer wrestler slides from his horse, grabs the horns and drags his quarry to a standstill, by wrenching its head sideways to force it to the ground. I also like to think that this steer wrestler has been in every video clips (for all of the DVD videos) all of the time since 87 years as this steer wrestler's probably been videotaped for a lot of 87 years at every every professional rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), every senior rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos), the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) and of course many other great professional rodeos (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) and open ropings (that were video taped all the time for all DVD videos) all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens (that were also video taped all the time for all DVD videos), as this will just show that this steer wrestler is going to be lucky to be alive and well in the 11th millennium and beyond and also after the 11th millennium and beyond.

This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did as this painting really kind of shows is that steer wrestling is never too old for cowboys, as if just to show that steer wrestling is always popular. You think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is that this eighty-seven year old senior is still truly an amazing great steer wrestler forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every open ropings, every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best tie-down ropers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever!

This senior steer wrestler will never be dead and buried and gone in the coffin forever, as again, he’ll still be alive in the 11th millennium and beyond and he’ll for sure just keep making the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, as he’ll never make his last NFR, but he’ll keep on making the NFR forever and ever, and that’s a great thing for this old senior steer wrestler, as he’ll be around forever and ever as if just to show that he’s still one of the best from the past and the future. Also in the painting, I also like to think that the chute boss (the one who’s penning the steers and releasing them) is also probably very thrilled at how this old senior can still wrestle down steers and compete forever and ever with the youngsters by also proving is that he'll never retire from the rodeo and that he'll keep making and wrestling steers in the NFR forever and ever everyday all the time, because he can continue to keep on bulldogging with the kids at the Calgary Stampede forever and ever as he’s the best senior steer wrestler that has done more for steer wrestling in every full whole more decades than any other steer wrestler going down the road and still continues to prove to the future bulldoggers is that anybody at 87 and also 99 years of age and also 999 years of age can also still keep on being tough to just keep on wrestling down steers with the kids all the way into the 100th century and beyond and also after the 100th century, so that this senior’s body can really remain to stay and be alive forever and ever. This senior bulldogger still lives to be alive and around for the year of 2050 to wrestle steers and performs like a true great Canadian-American cowboy, as this guy has enjoyed a great career and is just so honored to think that those people are thrilled that he’s still alive since he’s the best of the king of the steer wrestlers, as he’ll again be this young again, as this senior bulldogger will again forever relive and live in the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 1999 rodeo seasons and also this senior bulldogger will again forever relive and live in the January 1st, 2000-December 31st, 2009 rodeo seasons, and also the January 1st, 2010-100th century-present rodeo seasons again forever and ever, since this steer wrestler breathes all the time just to know that he will live those moments again, by living in a lot of the past, present and future forever and ever as just to show is that this steer wrestler really loved rodeoing all the time, as it was this senior steer wrestler’s life, since he’s been wrestling steers for eighty-seven years, as if he always made everyday a good one all the time, as if many other future bulldoggers would’ve said to this eighty-seven year old senior is, "Rodeo never forgets you. Rodeoin’ is just keeping you alive forever and ever and it really shows that you are proud of this sport at ninety-nine years of age and this sport is also proud of you at how tough you are at eighty-seven years of age, and that you’re one of the toughest steer wrestlers alive in rodeo forever and ever, and you get to be rodeoin’ forever and ever, since you are a brave old bulldogger, as there is never only one you and you’re not the one and only. You’ll never be gone and in the coffin, since you’ll be around and alive forever and ever in the 100th century, and you’re still one of the best forever and ever, and we’re all proud of this old man at how he’s been wrestling and throwing down steers all of his life forever and ever as you are totally amazing at it. Keep up your good professional work at the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada forever and ever and also the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, as that’s what you and we all would love to show and have some of your steer wrestling styles at the NFR in Las Vegas and also the Calgary Stampede, as if to make some great runs and to show that it’s one of the best events to ever watch, perform and see along with also the cowboys and the cowgirls in the tie-down calf roping and bull riding, as you are still number 1 or 12 in the world, as you’re still going to be amazing forever and ever, and god is just so proud of your style work at eighty-seven years of age also at the Calgary Stampede, forever and ever as you just keep winning more and more than five world titles in this sport forever and ever, and that the rodeo will also always love you at every professional rodeo circuits, senior rodeos and practice pens all over the USA and Canada of the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many different others, as well, too, forever and ever, just like the young ones can see how tough you are at this event."

Also, you may probably really want to think that undeniably the finest steer wrestler, or bulldogger, of all time, Homer Pettigrew made getting down on a hard-running steer look deceptively easy. His strength and superb coordination won him an unprecedented, and still unequaled, six championship titles in steer wrestling, as well as three reserve championships, in the years between 1940 and 1950.

This looks like a great rodeo scene showing an old cowboy in white cowboy hat, blue Wrangler jeans, white t-shirt and red, white and blue Wrangler western shirt with a border across of the colors of burgundy-red, light-golden yellow and light blue is just working very hard to beat the clock. A half indoor and sky backgrounds, a red, white and blue fence and everything else behind. This outstanding image exemplifies MacLeod's illustrative prowess and knowledge of the rodeo action and also the event, STEER WRESTLING, as this original extreme sport really shows that rodeo is a show that shows the rough, the tough and the rough and tough cowboys and cowgirls at their bull riding, calf roping, steer wrestling best, as it's fast paced, it's dangerous and it's wild and it's also crazy, as if to get ready for RODEO!

Sometimes by looking at this whole painting, I think it sometimes ought to show is that rodeo action has never been like this in this painting of the original extreme sport's best bulldogger, as if this painting could be a great tribute for the stars in steer wrestling of Dean Gorsuch, Roy Duvall, Dean Oliver, Tom Ferguson, Chad Bedell and of course many different others of steer wrestling, and of course, the character of Squire Gordon (who is a very kind and loving master who was also the squire who lives in Birtwick Park who is mostly good at Western riding and a great rodeo cowboy mostly for only just the three timed events in rodeo of tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling (a. k. a. bulldogging) and single steer roping and rodeo's only rough stock event, bull riding (as if by using his right-hand in the bull rope), from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also, even Brian Prout (the drummer from the country band Diamond Rio) and even of course, the singers Clay Walker (who would be a perfect example for mostly rodeo tie-down calf roping, rodeo steer wrestling and also, rodeo bull riding (as if by using his right-hand in the bullrope)), and Carl Perkins (who sang "Blue Suede Shoes"! and even even Brian Prout (the drummer from the country band Diamond Rio) and also many and several other cowboys at steer wrestling, also known as bulldogging, as if Blue Suede Shoes might have been great for this eighty-seven year old cowboy as if this cowboy had probably had bested the likes of probably Tom Ferguson, Dean Gorsuch, Roy Duvall, Dean Oliver, and of course many different others of steer wrestling, and of course, even get away with the character of Squire Gordon (who is a very kind and loving master who was also the squire who lives in Birtwick Park who is mostly good at Western riding and a great rodeo cowboy mostly for only just the three timed events in rodeo of tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling (a. k. a. bulldogging) and single steer roping and rodeo's only rough stock event, bull riding (as if by using his right-hand in the bull rope) and also, even Brian Prout (the drummer from the country band Diamond Rio) and even of course, the singers Clay Walker (who would be a perfect example for mostly rodeo tie-down calf roping, rodeo steer wrestling and also, rodeo bull riding (as if by using his right-hand in the bullrope)), and Carl Perkins (who sang "Blue Suede Shoes"! and of course, even get away with some of the character of Squire Gordon (who is a very kind and loving master who was also the squire who lives in Birtwick Park who is mostly an English horseback rider, but, also, can be good at Western riding and can also make a great rodeo cowboy mostly for only just the two timed events in rodeo of tie-down calf roping and steer wrestling (a. k. a. bulldogging), from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too) and also of course, many and many other great steer wrestlers, as if also, by looking at this painting, it sure looks packed with plenty of rollicking action, as this painting almost nearly uncoils as smoothly as a rodeo rope, as if to show what it's like to ride in the rodeo and sometimes do great steer roping and to also do the three real main events of only just all the time of steer wrestling, bull riding, and calf roping, as those this eighty-seven year old steer wrestler and this whole painting is all here for you to enjoy and repeat and make great video clips by looking at this image in one over and over again after the 11th millennium and beyond!

This is probably one of the best images of a realistic old superstar just to show that he is just to trying to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of when the real top best fun that began to repeat and relive forever and ever, the real true done deal was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever. This really just looks like another one of the stunning realistic images that I ever did as this painting really kind of shows is that wrestling steers is a fun rodeo event for the eighty-seven year old senior, and even for old cowboys also at 99 years of age, and also after 999 years of age, as if just to show that steer wrestling can also really be their real true game forever and ever. You think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as this shows is I he still likes steer wrestling forever and ever in the professional rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos, every senior rodeos, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada (more and more than 900 times), the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta (probably his favorite forever and ever), the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and of course many other great professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada, and also of course the practice pens, just to show that he’s one of the best steer wrestlers to be living and also to be alive for the 100th century and also after the 100th century and beyond, forever and ever!

This is probably realistic to show that just to try to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal as I just thought for real life to just make the real fun of January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present of when the real top best fun that began to repeat and relive forever and ever, the real true done deal was that probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), as the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever as he’s truly an amazing great cowboy alive for the 100th century, as to make all real rodeo cowboy and cowgirl western dreams come true for the real right place of the January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present rodeo seasons along with just the real true done deal of the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to just keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward, as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the one for all of us in the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward and that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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 and was probably the real true way far much better one for every rodeo cowboys and cowgirls from the past, present and future, just because of the real Las Vegas, Nevada style of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR) is the real much better smart way to have a real plan for January 1st, 1996-December 31st, 2011-present and forever and ever and would be the one for all of us in the real right place for the real true done deal to just decide to change the real way of how it was just planned for the real top best ways to have the real top best fun really being of January 1st, 1996-Decemer 31st, 2011-present as that was a perfect choice for all of the real rodeo cowboys and rodeo cowgirls from the 1996-present as they would just need to really think as anyone’s old reason for deciding to change the real way of how the Las Vegas, Nevada’s NFR style was still planned forever and ever to just feel glad to just recognize the real true done deal plan to make it in the right place to have much better things to repeat and relive again forever and ever to just decide to make the real much better top best fun work even better just to know that anyone would be just really right to just say that from now on any rodeo cowboy or rodeo cowgirl or any other different cowboy or cowgirl was just to be right that 1996 was at first when the real true fun of a lot of the rodeos really had even began in the real right place, and that's when the real right place came about to be a part of January 1st, 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the one in the real right place to just really have it changed of how it was far much better to say that you were just glad that you felt that from now on any cowboy or cowgirl was just really right of how January 1st, 1996 was really and truly at first to just think about the real fun of a lot of the rodeos that had really even began for all of them, all because of when the real right place came about, so it could be just only to think about the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as also even just along with just the real world and correct right place and that was the real true done deal for all of the best cowboys and cowgirls and many other different people, as if to just help people live in the real world of the great good stuff from just only to think about only just the 1996-present (to keep reliving again forever and ever again, as time can still run backward) as that would be the perfect choice for the real right place as it's the real true done deal to be alive for the 100th century forever and ever, and also to 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, as this painting must show that this painting must show that this is probably one of the best images of a cowboy wrestling a steer to make it realistic and full of action, 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, as this painting must show that eighty-seven year old steer wrestler must look like the "Steer Wrestling (Bulldogging) Champion of the Universe!".

This steer wrestler can also be known as "King of the Bulldoggers" and also is hopefully going to be considered by some to be the Carl Perkins of steer wrestling as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever reliving saying "Entertaining the real world since 1996" as he’d still one day be taking home more gold buckles forever and ever, just like when Chad Bedell had won his first world championship in steer wrestling in the year 1996, as that had also, again really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996 till December 31st, 2001 and all the way until 2013 to more other present years ahead and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time.

Roper William MacLeod still also has forever and ever just kept on capturing the action and skill whether anyone is riding a bull, calf roping, steer wrestling, when a cowgirl is riding a bull or also when a cowgirl is roping and tying a calf, professional cowboys and cowgirls can sometimes make it look easy when actually it is very difficult, as that’s what it just really shows what life is really like to just be the eighty-seven year old rodeo cowboy, forever, ever and ever at his event, STEER WRESTLING.

This artwork as a painting of "The queen of the rope and Black Beauty”, as this was originally a pencil drawing of a cowgirl roping a calf as this drawing was done by probably the artist Steven James Petruccio from a Rodeo coloring book.

I photocopied this pencil drawing from the Rodeo coloring book and changed the colors and made them different and then paint it as if I wanted it to say that any picture from a coloring book could make a real great painting. At first, it said the writing of "Breakaway Roping", as if the woman was breakaway roping, but, breakaway roping is most often mostly only seen in junior rodeos, high school rodeos, and college rodeos, so, I wanted people to think that this one looks a lot more like rodeo tie-down calf roping for the woman, because again, the lady has the pink piggin' string in her mouth and the jerk line in her belt, as those are neither of those two she would carry when breakaway roping, so breakaway roping and goat tying are most often seen in junior rodeos, high school rodeos, and college rodeos, because those are the events that the boys and girls try out in high school rodeos or junior rodeos or college rodeos so that they can learn their different ways of skills before roping and tying up real-live calves, so, I want people to think that this woman is definitely calf roping and that breakaway roping is similar to calf roping, as in breakaway roping, you don't get off to tie up the calf, so that's how some people train and do it before the real true rodeo style of calf roping.

I photocopied this pencil drawing and just decided that the painting would say that this woman probably used to breakaway rope in junior rodeos, high school rodeos and college rodeos, and because I put the jerk line on her belt for the left-hand side, I decided that this painting will say that breakaway roping is very similar to calf roping, except that you don't dismount to tie up the calf, so, I decided that if it says how breakaway roping works, this painting will show that this is like calf roping, but, I decided to just have it only really be used in just the real true done deal and different way as this cowgirl is tie-down calf roping for this painting as if it would be happening as if to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done, as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that she is doing this same run in the two different events in one picture, or sometimes video clip, all the time forever and ever at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the La Fiesta de los Vaqueros rodeo (also known as the Tucson Rodeo) in Tucson, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and also every Women's Professional Rodeo Association rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as I really just decided that the cowgirl is mostly tie-down calf roping event in this one painting as if it would be happening to show that this would be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that this cowgirl is really doing those two different events in the Women's Professional Rodeo (WRPA) circuits, All-girl rodeos and that she even also competes against the men in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) to try to place in PRCA tie-down roping and bull riding competitions to try to just pattern herself after the great professional women calf ropers and also, of course, the women bull riders of the 1920s and ’30s as she is also roping and tying up this beautiful black and white Hereford-Aberdeen Angus cross calf in every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the La Fiesta de los Vaqueros rodeo (also known as the Tucson Rodeo) in Tucson, Arizona, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of the cowgirl on the horse “Black Beauty” roping a calf, as if it can also make the same great video clip at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that you can practice doing this event all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

I decided to make it more like a real one great picture of a rodeo triptych: Morning, noon, half gray cloudy day, sundown, and night by just creating my own real background, which is the real way of how this should be done. I decided that the event in the painting would be happening to show that this would be very great and perfect for all four seasons and 12 months for everyday and all the time as this will never end in the imagination of the real best viewers, as this can show that this cowgirl is doing this in the Women's Professional Rodeo (WRPA) circuits, All-girl rodeos and that she even also competes against the men in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) to try to place in PRCA tie-down roping competition to try to just pattern herself after the great professional women calf ropers of the 1920s and ’30s as she is also roping and tying up this beautiful black and white Hereford-Aberdeen Angus cross calf in every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the La Fiesta de los Vaqueros rodeo (also known as the Tucson Rodeo) in Tucson, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and also every Women's Professional Rodeo Association rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this image looks to be a great massive for all 12 months of the year all the time from early morning until night as it freezes this same image of the cowgirl on Black Beauty roping a calf, as if it can also make the same great video clip at the same time for all of the 12 months all the time to relive and repeat forever and ever in some of the different light and color, as all of this whole image represent the never ending excitement all the time at all real western rodeos as this just really shows that with some of the rain falling out of the sky in the backgrounds, it can show that on rainy days, mornings and nights for all 12 months in all four seasons is that you can practice the event in the practice pen as if when it's outdoors or indoors on rainy days and rainy nights and also cold winter nights and days is that breakaway roping is very similar to calf roping, but breakaway roping is more likely seen in junior, high school and college rodeos and that it's the way to practice before doing the tie-down calf roping and that you can practice doing this events of tie-down roping all the time at any different place or any time of the day or any other different days.

The cowgirl from the coloring book didn't have on a vest, carry a jerk line and a spare piggin’ string on her belt and also a second lasso on the saddle, so, I just decided to put the vest on the cowgirl (because I think a lot of cowgirls like to wear vests (just like the cowboys)), the spare piggin’ string on her belt, a jerk line on the horse’s bit and on her belt and also a second lasso on the saddle as if to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have a cowgirl become a real professional cowgirl by just competing in only just the great event of tie-down calf roping, as well, too.

I really wanted people to think that this cowgirl in this painting called "The queen of the rope and Black Beauty" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes is that the cowgirls really seek a personal best in the rodeo arena as it was the first sport in which women were really allowed to compete against the men and males as rodeo really gave women a real chance to earn money and a chance to really show what they were made of then and now as for the rodeo arena, women had really expressed the heart of the cowgirl, and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). You'll really notice of how that audience are in behind watching as they must feel proud for this colorful lady to show that she could be the best and proudest woman ever at her favorite event of tie-down roping and would sometimes have a great nickname: "The Queen of the Rope". Since she looks like that she really grew up to be a lady as a very well-respected woman calf roper and I kind of think is that sometimes if she practices lots of calf roping in the practice pen on horseback, for some little English riding attire of sometimes wearing beige riding breeches tucked into her tall shiny black leather English riding boots as sometimes for practice roping runs in the practice pens to be on a horse and I think that was still the right real choice for the color of the cowgirl to wear when tie-down calf roping, as I just think the only color riding breeches would be only just the beige riding breeches, as I'm trying to show that it might be OK as if to practice a lot of roping on horseback in the practice pen, I imagine sometimes. I also think that sometimes if she practices calf roping in the practice pen on horseback, for some little English riding attire, as I'm trying to show that it might be OK as if to practice a lot of roping on horseback in the practice pen, I imagine sometimes, as if for practice roping runs in the practice pens to be on a horse and I think that was still the right real choice of forever in only just the blue jeans tucked into the boots for the color of the cowgirl to wear when calf roping, as I'm trying to show that it might be OK as if to practice a lot of roping on horseback in the practice pen, I imagine sometimes. I just think I'm glad I decided for the painting is that I decided to tuck her beige riding breeches into her tall black leather English riding boots, because I think I felt like was that she was sometimes just trying to just pattern herself in this painting wearing her beige riding breeches into her tall black leather English riding boots and also is wearing a light blue jean denim vest as if to designate that she was kind of very similar to wearing beige riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots, as if she was just trying to compare herself along with the other cowgirls in calf roping was as if to designate to the rodeo people was that she was the calf roper and also still competing with the men in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys and also the open ropings as if to show the men and ladies is that for a lot of decades, centuries, millenniums and years is that she will live and will be staying alive forever and ever for a thousand years forever and ever, as she feels great that she was wearing her light blue jean denim vest and her beige riding breeches into her tall black leather English riding boots, as if to designate that she was still forever and ever one of Arizona's best deluxe calf ropers alive for the Marana calf roping in Marana, Arizona forever and ever, as she was pattering herself after the great professional women calf ropers of the 1920s and ’30s, as if to designate Arizona's best deluxe queen calf ropers alive to show that she will still be roping in the arenas forever and ever and hopefully forever and ever repeat and rewind forever and ever and relive those ropings and that she can also still rope at 99 years of age and 999 years of age, as well, too, just to prove to all the cowboys and the cowgirls is that she can still continue to rope with the kids and the youngsters in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and still against the women from the WPRA (who would rope with me someday hopefully) in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association and also the open ropings forever and ever into the 100th century to show that this lady from this painting will really stay alive forever and ever, and hopefully compete against many women in a lot of match ropings and also tying contests all over the USA and Canada, as she enjoys horseback riding and roping with the other ladies and cowboys at calf roping, as this woman really felt like that she actually can still compete against some cowgirls wearing beige riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots, as she feels just to be a proud pretty colorful cowgirl calf roper was that since she felt like she was probably the greatest living colorful legend who just wears only just the blue jeans for the tie-down roping competitions, as if I felt that I was doing the right thing in this painting just to just try to pattern this woman on the horse is that all the best calf ropers, steer wrestlers and bull riders of cowboys and cowgirls would wear only beige riding breeches and blue jeans as those are the real colors for real calf ropers, steer wrestlers and bull riders to wear, as that was totally the real true done deal, as I’m just glad that she looks like she is quite the cowgirl at everything in rodeo who probably just felt born to rope and tie calves forever and ever and that she must just keep on making the NFR in Las Vegas and the Women's National Finals Rodeo forever and ever! This woman from this painting sure does look like the true rodeo superstar of a cowgirl calf roper and can just sense for the real true done deal to know that the real cowboys would only wear beige riding breeches tucked into their tall shiny black leather English riding boots for calf roping, steer wrestling and bull riding and that the real cowgirls would only wear beige riding breeches tucked into their tall shiny black leather English riding boots for calf roping and bull riding, as that’s the real true done deal is generally what a calf roper or steer wrestler or bull rider would wear and as for calf roping, all cowboys and cowgirls generally would hold only one or two coils, as if one or two coils is plenty enough to hold for calf roping as I’m just glad that a pretty colorful cowgirl calf roper is the living legend of the best women calf ropers of how she wears beige riding breeches and blue jeans and that she will still be around in and also many other years the 11th millennium and beyond, as will still get back to the 1996-2012-present rodeo seasons from the past years. I just think from looking at this beautiful artwork painting is that this lady must like the look of black leather English riding boots and also black leather cowgirl boots as I simply mean that she just probably likes the contemporary and sleek design of English riding boots, so she probably just decided to get two pairs of different boots of English riding boots and cowgirl boots in style with beige riding breeches or blue jeans as a great woman calf roper, as if she likes to use the lasso, this cowgirl from this painting generally holds sometimes only one or two coils as one or two coils is totally plenty enough to hold for calf roping as I’m just glad that if she's the great living cowgirl legend of the best calf ropers and the rodeo, she holds one or two coils of her lariat when she competes in the calf roping event when she wears only just the beige riding breeches tucked into tall shiny black leather English riding boots or blue jeans tucked into black leather cowgirl boots and how she will still be around in and also many other years after the 11th millennium and beyond, as she’ll still get back to the 1996-2012-present rodeo seasons from the past years and relive them again forever and ever, as if this should show is that this cowgirl will keep on qualifying for the NFR and the Women's NFR in decades from 1996-1999, 2000s, 2010s, 2020s, 2030s-100th century, 11th millennium and beyond to more present years, just to show that she will keep on qualifying for the NFR and the Women's National Finals Rodeo for more than sixteen decades also in the 2140s, but will still achieve that goal, just to show is that she's probably been blessed with Black Beauty (the best roping horse ever) and also probably has just kept on and just always has prided herself in being among the best-dressed cowgirls competing in rodeo, as if she's a true great icon at mostly just tie-down calf roping and that's the real true done deal and the way to go.

While I was painting this image, I was thinking that there's also half grass on top of the dust (as this shows this can be partly at the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon) as it shows that it kind of really just freezes this same image of this red-head cowgirl throwing her loop on that beautiful colorful black and white Hereford-Aberdeen Angus cross calf as it really shows that the image is half indoors and outdoors and that this woman is just definitely perfect for all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that everyone can really and truly relive this same one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that a perfect loop tossed by a tie-down calf roper, drops over the calf's head. As soon as this cowgirl tightens the loop, her black American Quarter horse, part Thoroughbred named "Black Beauty" (who is perfectly well trained for the rodeo event tie-down roping, and also the white foot is on the back hind foot of the back left as if to show that this is the real correct true "Black Beauty" that we also really love in the real right place for the real true done deal) will dig in for a lighting stop, as if this one is at every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the La Fiesta de los Vaqueros rodeo (also known as the Tucson Rodeo) in Tucson, Arizona, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere as if to also show is that a cowgirl casts a rope toward a running calf, as it also shows is that you’ve got to rope him/her, throw him/her, and tie him/her---as fast as you can, and that this painting also can show is that many Quarter Horses have a natural instinct for seeking out and chasing cows, as that's what's great about this painting.

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking of some of the women and girls in one of the John Wayne movies (as if the 1934 movie of "The Man from Utah"), as this'll forever and ever be repeated from 1996-100th century-present rodeo seasons along with this real forever and ever, as it really entertained the real world since January 1st, 1996-present and that's the real true done deal forever and ever in the real right place all the time, because everyone could also think that from looking at this painting is that this Women’s Professional Rodeo Association member really practices so they can qualify at the national level, as also, the WPRA really can also crown champions in the tie-down roping, breakaway roping and bull riding events at its national finals.

When I was also painting this image, I was also thinking that this woman roper had held only two coils of the rope in her left hand and took and after she did nod for the calf when he was sure to had gave this colorful black and white Hereford-Aberdeen Angus cross calf the correct head start and was lucky that Black Beauty and the cowgirl didn't break the barrier, as I like to think right there in this painting is that she probably had galloped on Black Beauty and after about three or four feet away from the roping chutes (where the calves and steers come out of), and then really had chased this calf, as if she had twirled it for about at least approximately four twirls of four swings around her head. Then after the four swings of the loop, the lady would then throw and reach her loop out to reach the calf’s head. Then I would like to think that by the time the loop was so loose around the calf’s neck, then the woman was still galloping onto Black Beauty’s back (as you'll see and notice in the second image) as if she was just getting ready to pull back that slack and make a quick flip to shoot the loop onto the calf’s neck as Black Beauty would come to an instant stop. Then, once this Hereford calf would be caught, then Black Beauty in this painting would stop dead in the ground and grass at every different place in all twelve months as if after she had dismounted from Black Beauty on the right-hand side, she then would run down the rope to flank this calf down. Then, she removed the pink piggin' string from her teeth and then took only one fast wrap and a quick hooey and then, threw up her hands in the air to stop the official's watch, as if to show that she was done for time and that she was just finished, as if the announcer had said in the loud speakers “HO, HO, Only one wrap and a hooey for her today” as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how she would still feel more faster and faster and more faster, even after 99 years of age as if that’ll make this woman feel proud forever and ever as a proud lady tie-down calf roper.

This painting is definitely used to talk about how breakaway roping works and how it's very similar to calf roping, but, mostly this painting is showing the real true different way for just the tie-down calf roping event and that she is carrying a second lariat on the saddle incase she misses her first one and she carries her pink piggin’ string in her mouth as if she is also going to tie up the calf’s legs, and this is more likely that this lady is probably the best known as mostly a tie-down roper, as tie-down calf roping is more likely still her real specialty forever and ever, since she used to breakaway rope only at the amateur rodeos, but, does better in the Professionals levels forever, ever and ever and also, still her signature event forever, ever and ever, but just to show, that she is just known as the “QUEEN OF THE ROPE” in the real true done deal of the western style rodeo event, tie-down calf roping!

When I also painted this image, I was also thinking this calf is really trying to sneak out to the right and left at the same time as if this calf is really trying to run its fastest to avoid being roped, as if I think this calf is really trying to be thinking in its head, “I think I’ve just got to sneak the heck out of here just to be free, and I hope I don't get trapped”, as if this calf just probably doesn’t even know what the roper is probably going to do to it since it probably doesn’t want this cowgirl to catch it, as if those calves just want to be free to avoid getting caught by the rope, as the calf is working hard to run its fastest and cannot also probably believe that it’s being chased by this big horse "Black Beauty", as this calf is really trying to sneak out of this one, as it looks like that this calf probably does not want to be tied up or caught at all. So then, I also like to think is that after she removed the pink piggin' string from her mouth and then tied up three of it's legs with one fast wrap and a hooey with her piggin' string, as if it was very great good speed tying as I was thinking that this woman’s hands were a blur wrapping and tying her pink piggin' string around three of it's legs together with great speed-tying of only one fast wrap and a half hitch and then she just threw her hands up very high in the air to stop the official's watch, as I just wanted people to kind of know in this painting of how this cowgirl in this painting is doing the roping event in only tie-down calf roping. I also really wanted people to think that this woman is never going to be dead, and will still be around in the 100th century and also after the 100th century, so people could think that she’s a great tie-down roper, as if like Betty Gayle Cooper, as if at how tough she will be to keep on roping forever and ever and probably will be one of the best oldest cowgirls forever and to still be around and alive in the 100th century, just to show that she’s probably one of the top national ropers in this sport of rodeo, as if this sport is just proud of her, as I think I’ve captured the great portrait of a real late 20th-century of only 1996-2000 and also 21st-100th centuries-11th millennium and beyond living legend rodeo cowgirl (who stays alive forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond) fought alongside, defeated and surpassed past calf ropers Roy Cooper, Herbert Theriot, Mike Johnson, Marty Yates and also, Yakima Canutt, and even the country singers Buck Owens, Clint Black, the character John Manly, the coachman (from the novel book called "Black Beauty" by author Anna Sewell, too), Clay Cook (from the country band called the Zac Brown Band, who would be a perfect example of a calf roper and bull rider, by using the right-hand in the bull-rope, Daniel Fortier (from the country band Wyatt), the country singer John Williamson, and also, of course, and many other great different calf ropers, as if I think that this really looks like another one of the best realistic images, I ever did as this just really shows that there just looks like a lot of joy and precision and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER and also, of course, and many other great different calf ropers, stuntman and actor Yakima Canutt, and also, and also, a cowgirl calf roper named Betty Gayle Cooper and even other women calf ropers and breakaway ropers, as well, too, talks to her horse “Black Beauty”, and of course, also prides herself on mostly her tie-down roping skills (as you really notice it in this whole painting), as if this woman probably just looked born to the saddle, roping and tying calves, rodeoing and other suitably manly activities, as this woman will still be around forever and ever since 1996 and can still be found forever and ever after the 11th millennium and beyond all the time from the real world of the real rodeos in today's modem world as I was also thinking is that she just still loves the competition and of how tough she will still be to rope and tie calves forever and ever in the tie-down roping event in every rodeo circuit that she’ll be doing all of all the time and all of her life forever and ever, as if this really shows that she will be probably be roping and tying all of her life all the time in every rodeos and open ropings, forever and ever, as if she loves Calgary and Calgary also probably loves her forever and ever, as well, too.

Then right there, it just shows that this cowgirl is making a good tie-down calf roping run at every place all over the USA and Canada all morning till night. Then after the cowgirl roped and tied up the calf, she probably tipped her hat with the left hand to the crowd and then also raised her two fingers to everyone to show "PEACE" and then raised her left thumb out as if just to show that this was a great run she had probably made and worked hard to rope this calf she might've made for this same run in different arena events at every all twelve months of the year for all four seasons and that you can relive this one all the time in different rounds for all day and night as if to show that this cowgirl is making a great roping run in every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, some senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the La Fiesta de los Vaqueros rodeo (also known as the Tucson Rodeo) in Tucson, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and also every Women's Professional Rodeo Association rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time, as this is the right correct triptych background for this event in the real right place to do it all the time from morning until night. There is a shadow on the ground, as if it's from the sunlight outdoors and also on different days, lights from the indoor arenas, as the cowgirl is wearing sunglasses as if to keep the sun out of her eyes and also maybe the lights from all indoor arenas or outdoors during the nighttime.

I really wanted people to think that this real best cowgirl in this painting called "The queen of the rope and Black Beauty" is probably one of the best rodeo scenes making a great roping run in tie-down roping and that the cowgirls really seek a personal best in the rodeo arena as it was the first sport in which women were really allowed to compete against the men and males as rodeo really gave women a real chance to earn money and a chance to really show what they were made of then and now as for the rodeo arena, women had really expressed the heart of the cowgirl, and that the real three main rodeo events are tie-down roping (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time), steer wrestling and of course, the Brahman bull riding (which the cowgirls and cowboys compete all at the same time, as well, too). Also, probably a woman and a man are all probably watching from somewhere as if they are cheering for the lady to throw that rope on that calf, and that she'll probably get it roped and tied up are to show that she could be the best cowgirl in calf roping forever and ever.

I had really painted this image very, very slowly, and kind of just took a lot of time to work very slowly, carefully and took a lot of careful time very slowly and more carefully and just worked hard to painted this image very, very slowly and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one just to make it realistic to show that it took me four days to paint it and get it just about right as I also kept putting a lot of hard work very hard in this painting very slowly and carefully for a while all because of the great effort in the real highlight details of what and kind of just took a lot of time to paint that one very carefully just to make it realistic and just working hard on it very slowly and carefully for a while to just work very slowly and carefully for a while and more very slowly and almost very careful for part and half the time for very hard and slowly as it took me several days to get it finished as I just got almost everything done just about right just about right because of the great effort in the real highlight details of real grass and half dust look like in this whole picture for every arena all over the USA and Canada for all day and night, the colorful colorful black and white Hereford-Aberdeen Angus cross calf, the cowgirl's tension and excitement, the pink piggin’ string in her mouth, the yellow and white advertisement of NFR, stars and rodeo in white and yellow letters on the blue of the fences, the red and yellow stripe on the blue fence (to make it very entertaining), the way she's throwing that loop over the young steer’s head, the green jerk line in her belt, the colorful morning sky, the colorful grass, dust and mountains, the colorful highlights of the dust and rodeo dirt, the colorful highlights of the clouds, what the real colorful beauty of the black horse named “Black Beauty” with a white star and the real white foot on the hind left, the cowgirl wearing a mink felt cowgirl hat, sunglasses, white t-shirt, the colorful Wrangler Studded Pink Plaid Western Shirt of pink, orange, yellow, & white hues create plaid in this great shirt with a light-blue jean Wrangler denim vest, the colorful beige riding breeches, the colorful beige riding breeches tucked into the tall shiny black leather English riding boots on the cowgirl (just to show that all cowboys and cowgirls can wear that color during the real rodeo events of only tie-down roping, steer wrestling and bull riding events, and as if sometimes in the practice pens), the way the lady is sitting in the saddle on Black Beauty and the way her feet are in the stirrups, spare piggin’ string on the woman’s belt, the yellow writing on the blue for all real rodeos, the Canadian and American flags, the grass, half dust, the red writing on top of the white, the half indoor arena with the lights and roof, the advertisement of Wrangler jeans, the white star on the red fence, the white writing of “Tucson Rodeo” on the red fence, the white writing of “WPRA” on the red fence, the red, white and blue fence, the red writing of rodeo on the white fence, the red writing of "Calgary Stampede" on the white fence, the white writing of Prescott Frontier Days on the blue fence, the white writing of “Let ‘R’ Buck” on the blue fence, the black writing of “CFD” on the white, some of the red, white and blue stripe along with the white stars on the red fence, the Canadian and American flags, the beautiful pink stars on the purple and light-plum grape purple (to make it very entertaining), the beautiful pink writing of “Queen of the Rope” on the purple and light-plum grape purple (to make it very entertaining and interesting), the colorful mountains in the background, the colorful bright lights from the indoors and outdoor arenas everywhere and everything else, as it is just about everything to feel like you're really right there in the picture all morning until night, as if just to show what it's really like to do the calf roping event all the time from morning until night for all twelve months in all four seasons in the tie-down roping event as if it's sunny days, night, rainy days, cold winter nights and many other parts and times of the days to show that she can be doing this all the time and how you're the best in the world to show that all of your heroes have always been cowboys and cowgirls for the three real main rodeo events of only just the tie-down roping, steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding, but, sometimes, we can have a little bit of the breakaway calf roping, but, rodeo’s three real main events again for the cowboys and cowgirls are the tie-down roping (the men and women’s event), steer wrestling and Brahman bull riding (the men and women’s event), but that’s what it’s really the real true done deal of what it’s really all about.

This really just looks like another one of the best absolutely realistic images that I ever did and this painting kind of really must show is that everyone enjoys the roping contest, as the rider and her horse really and truly know is that they have to work together.

This just really shows that this painting definitely just has and shows a lot of joy and action as this one really makes you feel like and think that you are right there in the painting, and it's a good thing, as much as you like it, FOREVER AND EVER, as she is truly the great amazing cowgirl alive for the 100th century! I just decided that the pretty cowgirl is wearing white t-shirt, the colorful Wrangler Studded Pink Plaid Western Shirt of pink, orange, yellow, & white hues create plaid in this great shirt with a light-blue jean Wrangler denim vest and the colorful beige riding breeches tucked into the tall shiny black leather English riding boots, as that's what's great about a pretty girl at tie-down calf roping.

This painting can show that this pretty cowgirl is a Women's Professional Rodeo (WRPA) and a bit of a PRCA tie-down calf roper who competes in all-girl rodeos in tie-down roping and that she even also competes against the men in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) to try to place in PRCA tie-down calf roping competition as if she is just trying to just pattern herself after the great professional women calf ropers of the 1920s and ’30s as she is carrying a pink piggin’ string in her mouth and that she can be tough to do just tie-down roping in every rodeo circuit all over the USA and Canada at every professional rodeos and every indoor and outdoor practice pens and of course, senior rodeos and other great arenas, the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, Alberta, the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Women's National Finals Rodeo, the Mo’betta Calf Roping in Apache, Oklahoma, the Namgis Premier Calf Roping in Hondo, Texas, the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the Pendleton Round-up in Pendleton, Oregon, the Houston and Astrodome Livestock Show and Rodeo in Houston, Texas, the Spicer Gripp Memorial Roping in Hereford, Texas, the Marana Calf Roping in Marana, Arizona, the Prescott Frontier Days rodeo (also known as the World’s Oldest Rodeo) in Prescott, Arizona, and also of course, many other great different professional rodeos all over both the USA and Canada and everywhere all the time as this cowgirl looks to be a great massive roper to rodeo hard for all 12 months of the year all the time forever and ever.

I decided to make it more interesting for the painting to show that's what it's really like to have a cowgirl become mostly a real professional calf roper, as if to also compete with the men at the NFR Finals in Las Vegas, Nevada, as she must be a pretty colorful legendary cowgirl calf roper as one of the greatest legendary ladies of rodeo and women’s rodeo, as a true roper.

I really wanted people to think that this cowgirl in this painting is probably one of the best rodeo scenes is that the cowgirls really seek a personal best in the rodeo arena as it was the first sport in which women were really allowed to compete against the men and males as rodeo really gave women a real chance