unsaddle

[uhn-sad-l]
verb (used with object), unsaddled, unsaddling.
1.
to take the saddle from.
2.
to cause to fall or dismount from a saddle; unhorse.
verb (used without object), unsaddled, unsaddling.
3.
to take the saddle from a horse.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English unsadelen; see un-2, saddle; compare Dutch ontsadelen, Old High German intsatalôn

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unsaddle (ʌnˈsædəl)
 
vb
1.  to remove the saddle from (a horse, mule, etc)
2.  (tr) to unhorse

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They saddle and unsaddle horses, give them rubdowns, and walk them to cool them off after a ride.
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