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remove the saddle from

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Fallon received a warm welcome from the Tipperary racegoers as he returned to unsaddle.
McCoy explained that the ten-yearold had given his all to win in a driving finish and therefore he didn't want to burden him unnecessarily on the way back to unsaddle.
Racegoers heckled the Irishman as he returned to unsaddle. "He'd have won the race if he'd kicked on when he had the chance," said punter Paul Rostron.
Carberry managed to partner her mount to finish a ten-length second to winner Hidden Universe, but she returned to unsaddle with blood streaming from her foot.
Do we need Take That blaring out as winners unsaddle? No.
1 Ruby Walsh throws his goggles to the crowd in jubilation after Kauto Star puts up one of the greatest chasing performances of all time in the King George on Boxing Day 2 An unusual shot at the conclusion of Kempton's winter festival 24 hours later 3 A delighted Lord Oaksey gets the lowdown from Mattie Batchelor after his Carruthers runs out an impressive winner of the Mandarin Chase at Newbury on Tuesday 4 Winter sets in with a vengeance at Punchestown on Thursday as victorious The Dew At Night and Paul Townend return to unsaddle 5 It's a brighter scene after the opener at Warwick the same day 6 Radium and Barry Geraghty win the first jump race of 2010, a novice handicap hurdle at Cheltenham
"I'm dazed and dumbfounded," said jockey Craig Newitt as he returned to unsaddle. He added: "She was struggling a long way out, which is not like her at all.
SAM HITCHCOTT, who broke his left ankle in three places in a fall while returning to unsaddle at Brighton in July, is set to return to action later this month, writes Graham Green.
SAM HITCHCOTT, who broke his left ankle in three places in a fall while returning to unsaddle at Brighton a month ago, will be sidelined until at least November, writes Rodney Masters.