I'm open to bet there isn't a bucker in Australia can get rid of him in a quarter of an hour.
He took with him four horses and thus quaintly describes a new cure for a hopeless "bucker."
He was bound to go that way sooner or later, but you're not going to ride a bucker, and you're not a gunfighter.
The genuine article, the real Western bucker, is quite another matter.
As a matter of fact, he became detached rather early in the game, having been accidentally given a bucker.
A bucker is a bent piece of wood by which slaughtered sheep are hung up by their expanded hind legs, before being cut out.
The workmen seated before it, break the pieces of mixed ore, called bowse in Derbyshire, with the bucker.
The saddle was double-cinched, and when Orlick tightened the flank girth the animal revolved, kicking in a circle like a bucker.
The last exhibitor was old Anchorite, a faithful performer in harness for sixteen years, but a twenty-year-old bucker.
One of the ponies was a bucker, and threw his rider over his head into a mesquite-bush.