The jockey, who is closing on his first century, has had repeated brushes with racing's officialdom, the latest being an eight-day ban for irresponsible riding at Haydock on Saturday. "I can do without all this treatment by the stewards," the 31-year-old said.
A year ago Fallon was banned for six months for pulling his fellow rider Stuart Webster out of the saddle after they passed the post in a race at Beverley and earlier this season, at Pontefract, the hot-tempered Irishman was fined for verbally abusing a starter.
The Haydock officials found that Fallon's mount, Parrot Jungle, had bumped Witch Of Fife as he squeezed through a gap.
Mrs Ramsden's husband, Jack, said: "Kieran's riding is outstanding now. I know he gets fed up with the attitude of many stewards. In the heat of the moment he allows himself to get upset about things, which I can sympathise with.
"We ourselves are not happy with some things in Britain and reconsider things from year to year. If Kieran does go, it will make us take a closer look at where we are going."