Frequently Asked Questions

We invite you to read thru our frequently asked questions and answers about our BuckBuster Bridle and BuckBuster Halter products and How to Stop a Horse From Bucking.

Your BuckBuster Tack will ship U.S.P.S. Priority Mail (2-3 days) within the United States.
You will receive tracking information via email once your order has shipped.

Yes, we will ship your BuckBuster Tack anywhere! International orders ship out via U.S. Postal Service. Tracking is available with Priority Mail. First Class Mail allow at least 2 weeks delivery.

Yes, we accept U.S. Certified Check or U.S. Money Order.
Your product will ship when your check has cleared.

Mail Payment to:
BuckBuster Tack
PO Box 1516
Broken Arrow, OK 74013
(Include your name, address, and phone number along with a description of your order and the appropriate shipping.)

Yes, BuckBuster Tack is adjustable on the cheeks, noseband, throat latch, and bit straps if purchased. The included saddle strap is also fully adjustable.

Yes. It is adjustable to fit small and large horses. It will fit nearly any horse. 
Note: Belgian and Draft horses will most likely require alterations.

Probably. The BuckBuster Halter and Bridle are adjustable to fit different sizes. The ear holes will accommodate mule’s ears.
The BuckBuster Halter and Bridle will adjust down to fit most ponies.

Sometimes. If your BuckBuster Tack needs to be adjusted to a larger or smaller size, we can usually accommodate. However, specialty BuckBuster orders are non-refundable.

The horse will only feel pressure when it lowers its head preceding a buck. When the horse is not acting up, it will not know The BuckBuster Halter is on.

It depends on how you adjust the saddle strap. More slack in the strap allows for your horse to lower its head before activating the product. To allow your horse to drink during trail rides, simply un-loop the saddle strap from the horn.

No. BuckBuster Tack™ is designed to allow for the horse to lower its head, however, when it does, the squeezing pressure will begin. Thus encouraging the horse to keep its head from lowering to the bucking position but not to prevent it from lowering the head altogether.