Here's a little trivia for you wild, wild (new) Westerners:
Sticks and stones. Calling a horse "baldface" is a compliment. It means the animal has an entirely white face, which is an excellent selling point in the horse game.
Not Brigitte. The French name "Bardot," so often associated with Hollywood beauty and glamour, is used in the rodeo trade to denote the offspring of a male horse and a female ass.
What's up with the red cape? Bulls are actually colorblind. They live in a world of blacks and grays. The familiar red cape could be sunshine yellow as far as the bull knows—it's the waving around that gets his attention.