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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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Located off the coast of Suffolk, the Galloper Offshore Wind Farm is expected to generate electricity sufficient to power around 336,000 households.
GE (NYSE:GE) and Petrofac (LSE:PFC) announced on Thursday a contract worth over GBP110m by Galloper Wind Farm Ltd to engineer, construct and install a turnkey power system to efficiently connect up to 336 megawatts of clean energy from the Galloper Offshore Wind Farm off the coast of Suffolk, UK, to the British grid.
Construction on the Galloper Wind Farm is due to start later this year and JDR will start producing the cables in 2016.
He's just a relentless galloper and Tom gave him a great ride," said trainer Tom Best.
He is a tough galloper, but takes a lot of getting fit and will improve.
And yarns don't rattle any more impressively than in the exploits of Galloper Jack (Macmillan, pounds 18.
He was the best galloper and jumper that I've ever had the good fortune to train which he showed by having the class to win over three and a half miles and less than two and a half.
The Galloper project has consent for up to 504MW and is currently being developed with a nominal capacity of 336MW.
That's not to say the drop in trip won't suit Sir Michael Stoute's colt, as he often takes a keen grip over further, but he is a strong galloper who doesn't possess a killer burst of speed.
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.
Contract Awarded for Galloper offshore wind farm substation platform
However, he's been hit with a 5lb rise and, being a strong galloper, this track may be tighter than ideal.
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.