ride (someone's) back

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ride (someone's) back

To frequently or constantly harass, nag, or upbraid someone to do, accomplish, or complete something. The boss is riding everyone's back to get the project finished by next week. Quit riding my back, I'll get it done eventually!
See also: back, ride
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Jockey Stephen Baster said: "Mark told me to ride her back, come to the outside and then she'll finish home hard, and he was spot-on.
He called his trip ``horrible'' and added, ``I can't wait to ride her back.