Theodore Roosevelt definitely felt a zest for ranch life. At the same time, he was admittedly a poor roper. While breaking horses, he received injuries that ranged from a broken shoulder to cracked ribs—he even had a horse fall backward on him. – Courtesy Library of Congress –
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  • twmagTheodore Roosevelt definitely felt a zest for ranch life. At the same time, he was admittedly a poor roper. While breaking horses, he received injuries that ranged from a broken shoulder to cracked ribs—he even had a horse fall backward on him. – Courtesy Library of Congress –

  • dirtmetalranchTeddy for president!
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