If he quickened his pace, the cow went just so much the faster; and once, when Cadmus tried to catch her by running, she threw out her heels, stuck her tail straight on end, and set off at a gallop
, looking as queerly as cows generally do, while putting themselves to their speed.
and both set off towards the capital at full gallop
shouted Mordaunt, as his horse plunged and darted off at full gallop
Half a dozen times spurs and quirt bit into him, and then Daylight settled down to enjoy the mad magnificent gallop.
He did it on a gallop, breaking the gallop off short by fore legs stiffly planted.
The man judged with uncommon coolness the proper moment for slipping off, not an instant before or after the right time; and as soon as the horse got up, the man jumped on his back, and at last they started at a gallop.
I have seen an animal bounding with spirit, yet merely reined by a fore-finger and thumb, taken at full gallop across a courtyard, and then made to wheel round the post of a veranda with great speed, but at so equal a distance, that the rider, with outstretched arm, all the while kept one finger rubbing the post.
When a bullock is checked and caught by the lazo, it will sometimes gallop round and round in a circle, and the horse being alarmed at the great strain, if not well broken, will not readily turn like the pivot of a wheel.
Frou-Frou started into a gallop
, her left foot forward, made two bounds, and fretting at the tightened reins, passed into a jolting trot, bumping her rider up and down.
The laughter in the cart and in the crowd was redoubled, but Mikolka flew into a rage and furiously thrashed the mare, as though he supposed she really could gallop
David Milnes VVRICHARD Pankhurst John Gosden The recent Haydock winner dispensed with his usual hood to lead the charge up the long gallop
, where he looked in imperious form in the build-up to the Group 2 Shadwell Joel Stakes at Newmarket tomorrow week.
Muscat: Making their way down the dunes during the penultimate stage of Gallops
of Oman, the horses and riders emerged at the coast, bordering the edge of Sharqiyah Sands, in preparation for the fifth and final stage.
Under the auspices of H E Ahmed bin Nasser al Mehrzi, Minister of Tourism, Gallops
of Oman, the sultanate's first ever ride to combine adventure with a test of horsemanship, will come to a finish on February 21.
Bidiyah, Feb 20 (ONA) Making their way down the dunes during the penultimate stage of Gallops
of Oman, the horses and riders emerged at the coast, bordering the edge of A'Sharqiyah Sands, in preparation for the fifth and final stage.
So many times our gallops
were waterlogged and it meant getting out the horseboxes and travelling to all parts to get a good gallop