This makes Bill's horse Widowmaker feel abandoned and jealous of Sue for stealing his best friend. The town thought all was lost for Sue, but Pecos did not sweat it, for he a the greatest champeen of the lasso was going to effortlessly catch her with his trusty rope Later, after her wild ride just before Widowmaker furiously kicks Sue off of his back and sends her flying, then bouncing up and down up a storm, Bill, never known to miss, comes up with his trusty lasso.
In other versions, Sue couldn't stop bouncing, and Bill couldn't stop her bouncing either, so Bill had to shoot her to put her out of her misery. The force threw little Bill out of the wagon and he landed on the sandy ground.
The huge tornado kicked across the land like a wild bronco. Suddenly, who shall appear, shockedly spotted by them, but a strange and unusual, yet beautiful Slue-Foot Suea cowgirl on her giant catfish, who comes out of nowhere.
So, as some tell the story, there came a storm bigger than any other. Then, across the sky, in feiry words, Bill tells Sue of his own heart's desire, "Sweet Sue, I love you.
Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers explain to two kids Bobby Driscoll and Luana Patten at their campsite why coyotes howl at night and end up retelling the story of Pecos Bill.
While they race straight to the village, he shoots violenty at a few objects, his own hat, then a small tornado.