Tex Avery wasn’t against borrowing routines, regardless of where they came from. One Cab’s Family seems to have been influenced by Friz Freleng’s Streamline Greta Green made at Warners years earlier, and The Peachy Cobbler is a reworking of Freleng’s Holiday For Shoestrings.
Here’s one from Homesteader Droopy (released 1953). Indians charge. The wagon train’s cow and cattle circle the wagon.
The Indians ride in a ring around the wagons and then turn themselves into a merry-go-round.
That gag’s much like one Freleng used in Sweet Sioux (1937).
Sweet Sioux has the bonus of Carl Stalling using The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down to help the gag. Avery was stuck with Man on the Flying Trapeze, probably about the best circus tune at his disposal at MGM.