Steamboat was the name of an “unrideable” horse ridden by Clayton Danks in the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo in 1909. While some controversy surrounds the identity of the rider, the duo is believed to be the bronc and rider that inspired Wyoming’s revered logo.
Born in 1896, this huge and ornery black gelding would become known as the horse that couldn't be ridden. As a colt, he sustained a broken bone in his nose that caused him to make an odd whistling sound when he bucked, earning him the name "Steamboat".
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