What Is a Bronco Horse?

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A bronco horse is a horse that habitually bucks and is sometimes untrained. The horses can either be domestic, ones that haven't undergone enough training to be saddled or in some cases wild horses. Bronco horses are normally used in rodeo events like saddle and bareback bronco riding.
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