Don’t “Yehaaw” on Instagram and use these captions for your Cowboy photos

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Impress your Instagram followers and make them laugh with the creative cowboy captions that you can choose from below.

Cowboy captions for Instagram

  1. Some ride horses while horse rides some.
  2. My legs need to breath.
  3. Boots can tell you an entire story about lifestyle.
  4. “Every woman wants a cowboy.” – B.J. Daniels
  5. Even my horse is bored of your lecture.
  6. If it’s not heavy and tough, we don’t wear it.
  7. I like to drive black cattle in the dark.
  8. Why you are so howdyfied?
  9. Slow brain on a fast horse.
  10. “I think I was probably a cowboy in a past life.” – Gin Wigmore
  11. These boots are a way of expressing ourselves not impressing.
  12. Let them live by rules, let us just live.
  13. Howdy is our version of hello.
  14. If it’s not risky then it’s not worth going for.
  15. “There is no better place to heal a broken heart than on the back of a horse.” – Missy Lyons
  16. Your deeds will be carry forwarded.
  17. We ride long, drink pure, and live well.
  18. Rough and tough, that’s what we are.
  19. Cowboys never mind a mad horse.
  20. “Courage is being scared to death and saddling up anyway!” – John Wayne
  21. Let’s just ride away.
  22. Ride the life as cowboys ride horses.
  23. Rules are for ordinaries, but we are cowboys.
  24. A true cowboy knows love, pain, and shame but never cares about fame.
  25. “Training horses, heck riding horses, isn’t easy. Failing is part of the process. It’s how you brush yourself off and get back in the saddle that counts the most. There’s beauty in the breakdown. Everything is about balance.” – Carly Kade
  26. I love you but not more than my horse.
  27. Ye, I am badass that’s how I was supposed to be.
  28. Love me in a way cowboys love their horses.
  29. When you’re a cowboy, life isn’t all about horses and rodeo’s. It’s about mud and dirt, and cowboy boots.
  30. “That was the trouble with explaining with words. If you explained with gunpowder, people listened.” – Dean F. Wilson