- n. One who takes part in buckjumping.
“They should be able to ride a buckjumper, or, at any rate, hold on till the saddle went, use”
“We decided to travel with one pack horse, and for this purpose we purchased between us for £15, a notorious buckjumper, called”
“An experienced buckjumper will decide as the saddle is being put on him to get rid of it as soon as possible without any apparent reason for such reprehensible conduct.”
“We were treated the morning after our arrival to a lesson with the gloves, subsequently often repeated, and following this we had turns each in trying to ride a very clever buckjumper, a late purchase.”
“The horse Mrs. Lee rode from Christchurch was a new purchase and a very fine animal, named Maseppa, and, strange to say, although he carried her perfectly all the journey to Highfield, he had now, after a few weeks on the run, developed into a vicious buckjumper.”
“Mr. Rowley's, was riding quietly on one of the station hacks, a horse called "Old Dan," a noted buckjumper in his day.”
“But I wouldn't make sure of that by putting you on a buckjumper.”
“The end of it was that the buckjumper got home, not me.”
“All the O'Haras are good on horseback '– at which he laughed immoderately and told her that when she had seen one, Zack Duppo, on a buckjumper, she would not be keen to try that game.”
“I got pitched off a buckjumper at a horse-dealers ', Bungroopim way.”
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