Bareback



with the back of a horse, burro, etc., bare; without a saddle:
to ride bareback; a bareback rider.
Contemporary Examples

The group also posted to Craigslist: with the headline, “Do you like to bareback?”
Breaking: Grindr-ing Leads to Gonorrhea Brandy Zadrozny June 11, 2014

Historical Examples

It was composed of the Zenith brokers, dressed as cowpunchers, bareback riders, Japanese jugglers.
Babbitt Sinclair Lewis

I caught our pony, jumped on bareback, and dashed for their home.
Old Rail Fence Corners Various

It seems to me a man has got to have a whole lot of practice before he can ride a day bareback.
Jack Among the Indians George Bird Grinnell

He wriggled there like a bareback rider on a bucking porcupine.
Bizarre Lawton Mackall

A ring horse is one that just goes round the ring for the bareback riders and equestriennes to perform on.
Three Elephant Power Andrew Barton ‘Banjo’ Paterson

bareback he rode the mare with her halter for a bridle, as he had found her.
Corleone F. Marion Crawford

We sat in our saddles, I like Baucher, you like a bareback rider at the Hippodrome.
The Flower Girl of The Chteau d’Eau, v.2 (Novels of Paul de Kock Volume XVI) Charles Paul de Kock

I went next morning and we jumped on a mule apiece, I bareback.
Reminiscences of a Private Frank M. Mixson

Sledding or coasting is also slow fun compared to the “bareback” sliding down a steep hill over a hard, glistening crust.
Being a Boy Charles Dudley Warner

adjective, adverb
(of horse-riding) without a saddle
(slang) (of sex) without a condom
verb (slang)
(intransitive) to practise unprotected sex
adj.

1560s, of riding, from bare (adj.) + back (n.).

adjective

: a bareback lay

adverb

Without using a condom (1950s+)

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