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Synonyms for gallop

Synonyms for gallop

a fast gait of a horse

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ride at a galloping pace

go at galloping speed

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cause to move at full gallop

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Galloper is an extension of the existing and fully operational Greater Gabbard wind farm.
Toby Edmonds, project director at Galloper Wind Farm Limited, said: "To date Galloper has invested PS150m on development, of which the majority has been spent with UK based suppliers from as far afield as Aberdeen, Peterborough, Manchester and Cardiff.
At a place called Moreuil Wood, Galloper Jack, now in command of a Canadian Cavalry Brigade, charged into action.
Scheduled to commence operations in March 2018, Galloper will be a very significant addition to the current fleet of offshore windfarms in British waters with a capacity of up to 336MW, or enough to power around 336,000 homes.
However, he's been hit with a 5lb rise and, being a strong galloper, this track may be tighter than ideal.
If the ground is no worse than good to soft, they are likely to send "speed horse" Kauto off favourite, but if it comes up testing, expect a deluge of support for relentless galloper Denman.
He's an old-fashioned type of horse - a long-striding galloper who takes a bit of time to get into top gear.
He's just a galloper and if he gets stopped he finds it very hard, especially on this fast ground, to pick up.
Mark Johnston's powerful galloper is in good form as he showed when pipping Persian Punch in the Ascot Gold Cup at the Royal meeting in June.
The order for Galloper consolidates our position as a leading power cables supplier for offshore wind farm projects.
Conclusion This strong galloper hit 75 in running last time, so look to back him at bigger odds in running.
I've got high hopes for him as he's a great galloper with a bottomless pit of stamina and he'll love the rain softened ground.
But Sir Michael Stoute's colt looks very much a middle-distance galloper who may not be seen to best advantage round Longchamp, where the early gallop may be more `stop-go' before the runners sprint up the short straight.
Trainer Roger Charlton reports that Midas Way is not the most extravagant worker in the world, but that he is a straightforward galloper who goes on any ground.
RWE Innogy has today announced three new project partners for Galloper Wind Farm Ltd (GWFL).