Up in this Canadian country, it’s still on the wild and wooly side. Isolated line camps. Winters at 20 below. Bears, wolves and cougars as your nextdoor neighbors. And green-broke horses. There’s nary a hand who hasn’t climbed on his pony on a chilly morning, and rode him to work, bucking every inch of the way.
These Canadian Buckroos inherited the Californio Vaquero traditions when cattle from Callifornia and Oregon were driven by the Buckaroos to the Gold Fields of British Columbia in the 1850s. But over time they blended it with Texas traditions and created a style all their own. 103 minutes.