- a ranch hand who patrols the boundary of a sheep or cattle station in order to watch the stock, repair fences, etc.
Origin of boundary rider
Examples from the Web for boundary rider
Historical Examples of boundary rider
But no boundary-rider had ever stopped long at the Yelkin hut.
Of what interest or value could it be to the boundary-rider of the Yelkin Paddock?
It was the boundary-rider of the Yelkin Paddock; but the boundary-rider was a woman.
Moreover, the boundary-rider was thoroughly satisfied, and even anxious to remain.
The boundary-rider saw but few faces from the home-station; none from anywhere else.
- Australian an employee on a sheep or cattle station whose job is to maintain fences in good repair and to prevent stock from straying