unsaddled


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  • adj

Antonyms for unsaddled

with no saddle

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But victory was tinged with sadness when the runner-up, trained by John O'Shea, collapsed and died within seconds of being unsaddled.
And they were set to name another one International Hustler, until police grew suspicious and unsaddled them.
An unsaddled white horse - recalling the fantasy in her stories - accompanied her white coffin in a funeral procession through Stockholm to the city's Storkyrkan church.
Jockey Chris Antley dismounted quickly after the winning post and the three-year-old was unsaddled before being loaded into a horse ambulance.
One pony rider contradicted another's testimony Friday that Nakatani whipped Tillie's Joy just moments before the 2-year-old colt suffered a fatal breakdown while galloping back to be unsaddled following a Dec.
As she unsaddled the sevenyear-old, trainer Lucy Wadham was at pains to stress she would monitor Alarazi's condition before committing to the Festival.
Fallon was struck by David Reynolds, joint-owner of beaten favourite The Scorching Wind and third-placed Seek The Fair Land, as Fallon unsaddled Elna Bright, who was struck into during the race in an incident that cost the favourite any chance.
According to the Black Country Chamber & Business Link, the Government now had a chance to create a more flexible and responsive planning structure unsaddled by the bureaucracy that was currently stifling commerce.
The incident occurred after Tillie's Joy turned around and began to jog back to the homestretch to be unsaddled.
The former champion jockey was punched by David Reynolds, joint owner of beaten favourite The Scorching Wind and third-placed Seek The Fair Land, as Fallon unsaddled Elna Bright, who had been struck into during the race in an incident that cost the favourite any chance.
He later remounted Paul Nicholls' seven-year-old and returned to be unsaddled.
I added his name to the article, sent it, and went outside to watch him come back to be unsaddled.
As Moore unsaddled the runner-up, Bradley told him: "I usually cheer you on Ryan, but not today.
I had just started working as an assistant to Tony O'Hehir, and when Tony saw me speaking with Charlie Murless and his cousin Julie Cecil in the parade ring just as the horses were coming back to be unsaddled, he asked me to stick with the Cecil team, saying that he would concentrate on the Stoute camp.
Yes, the NFL have made good on their promise and unsaddled their horses in old London town and it's all rather exciting.