Let'er Buck

Pendleton Round-Up Rodeo Posters

By Wallace Smith 1925

“LET ‘ER BUCK” 1964

Reproduction Poster 16 x 24

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“LET ‘ER BUCK” 1925

Original Poster 17 x 22

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The story behind the image is, in 1924, a young talented author and artist, Wallace Smith, asked for and received permission to gain access to the arena during the rodeo for the purpose of making sketches of bucking horses. After three busy days working in the arena and sitting on the north arena fence, he came up with his answer to the thought of creating a bucking horse that would properly symbolize the round up's slogan, "LET 'ER BUCK".


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