In 1975 Fannie Sperry Steele was one of the first of three women inducted into the Rodeo Hall of Fame. A few years later at ninety, Fannie summed up her life: “To the yesterdays that are gone, to the cowboys I used to know, to the bronc busters that rode beside me, to the horses beneath me (sometimes) I take off my hat. I wouldn’t have missed one minute of it.” Fannie died in 1983.
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Rodeo legend from Montana, Fannie Sperry Steele with her husband, Bill. They are admiring a gold buckle she won in Kansas City. In 1975, she was one of the first 3 women inducted into the Rodeo Hall of Fame. When she was 90 years old, Fannie summed up her life by saying "To the yesterdays that are gone, to the cowboys I use to know, to the bronc busters who rode besides me, to the horses beneath me, I take off my hat. I wouldn't of missed one minute of it."