Saddle up and ride downtown with New York's black urban cowboys.
The chisel-jawed cowboy riding his steed is a classic image of the American West.
It's certainly not something you'd expect to see in the streets of New York city.
But visit Brooklyn and Queens and you might be surprised.
There, urban cowboys ride the streets on horseback, complete with stetsons and checkered shirts.
There are over forty cowboys in the borough, and they're all members of the Federation of Black Cowboys.
Outlook reporter Matt Wells put on his cowboy boots and went to find out more.