buck off

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buck off

Of a horse, to stand on its back legs, in an attempt to knock a rider off its back. The rider can be mentioned between "buck" and "off" or after "off." Be careful with that horse—he's pretty ornery and might try to buck you off.
See also: buck, off

buck someone off

[for a horse or similar animal] to rear up in an attempt to shake off its rider. The horse tried to buck Sharon off, but she held on tight. The horse bucked off its rider.
See also: buck, off
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The mis-selling of horses on the internet should be stopped before a rider is killed, says a lawyer who has represented two Welsh riders who were bucked off and injured by 'falsely advertised animals'.
Given the fact she's only a six-year old, during the warm up I was bucked off twice once outside and the other in the indoor arena just before the test.
By the time I was up I didn't get so much as a howdy before getting bucked off onto my ass.
While preparing for the film he was bucked off his horse and broke six ribs.
Traditional powwow dancers can encounter what we call 'getting bucked off from a song,' being thrown off their rhythm and beat.
Whenever Ty Murray, a seven-time rodeo world champion, gets bucked off a horse or bull, he never makes an excuse or even gives the animal credit.
Tassio was almost bucked off but got his foot caught in the stirrup.
Given my history with horses - I was nearly bucked off on one occasion - I requested the laziest, most even-tempered beast they had.
But the best advice Dennis can give right now is to get back into the saddle if you got bucked off your ride.
She has been bucked off more than once, but Daddy always insists that she get back on, because he "can't sell a horse that a little girl can't ride.
Tom Tate, trainer of Bucked Off "He has done well and this is our first shot over a mile and a half.
Diego was sitting in front and got bucked off, head first, over the bow
Prince charles got down on his knees and held the hand of a rider who was bucked off her horse as he was opening the Royal Welsh Show's Centenary Show in Powys yesterday.
Going into the final round, Randle had a chance to catch the two leaders if they bucked off or missed their mount out.