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Not much on looks, Bill, but a cayuse don't cover ground on his looks.
If you want to make a real cayuse out of your wooden horse, brand it and any cowboy who then sees it will take off his hat.
All that the soldiers had to eat for thirty days was the meat of a cayuse pony without salt.
The hills were dotted with sleek cattle and horses and the ever present cayuse, or Indian pony.
His incidents have a quaint individuality, as for instance the reproof from the Cayuse chief for the impiety of card-playing.
Five Crows afterwards was active in the Cayuse War , in which he was severely wounded.
The horse, an Indian cayuse, tossed its head and glanced about nervously, as if its habit was to scent danger in the bush.
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Jimmy wondered how long the girl would stick to the saddle, but after a moment or two the cayuse started for the bush.
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The cayuse jumped like a cat, plunged forward, and feeling the bit, bucked savagely.
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A few moments afterwards he heard a beat of hoofs, some distance off, and knew the cayuse was gone.
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