Urge her along - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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urge (one) along
To prompt, compel, or encourage one to continue moving or progressing The police urged bystanders along to make room for emergency services. I find I have terrible motivation if left to work by myself—I really need someone else there to urge me along.
urge someone along
to encourage someone to continue or go faster. We urged them along with much encouragement. They won't do well, but we urged them along anyway.
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across-the-card double for trainer Alan King after Trouble At Bay had won at Hereford, but the mare made heavy weather of maintaining the favourites' run as Richard Johnson had to urge her along
in the back straight as the pace quickened after an early dawdle.
The jockey said: "She was always doing it pretty easy, but I had to urge her along
at the 150 metres because she switched off, but she got going again.