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dismount

[dis′maünt]
(ordnance)
To remove a weapon or piece of equipment from its setting, mount, or carriage.
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Maguire, who rode Ballabriggs, agrees the directive should have been publicised, saying: "The jockeys were told before the race to dismount the horses to get them watered.
Craine later upstaged the Italian main attraction by treating racegoers to a Dettori-style flying dismount from En Retard after the filly scored a narrow win in the Smirnoff Liberator Handicap over five furlongs, the second leg of a fine double.
He failed to dismount from an obviously injured horse and, moreover, appeared to ride the horse over the line to be placed fourth.
9 miles long, with several dismount sections where the racers have to carry their bikes.
C Miller (July 16) does not like Frankie Dettori's flying dismounts.
On the bars, I stuck my dismount, so I sort of knew, Miss Val (Kondos Field) said, `Your bar routine would've scored a 10 in any meet.
When available, FBCB2 displays provide additional detail and terrain products, allowing general analysis of the terrain near the dismount point.
dismount following victory in a feature chase at Ellerslie in Auckland last month.
For the platoon leader to be able to command and control the dismount elements, it is imperative that the three dismount squads have one SINCGARS per squad.
Dettori, who will be looking to perform his dismount after riding Moon Ballad in today's Prince of Wales's Stakes, is going to have to step up his routine to match Chipperfield's celebrations.
Finally, the cyclists will dismount and take off their helmets, change into their running shoes and begin the final leg - the 6.
Air Force's Dismount Detection Radar system, which is to be fielded in 2014.