gallop

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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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Petrofac and GE today announced a contract worth over 110 Million 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, U.K., to the British grid.
Sir Michael Stoute was soon on the premises with his gallopers and Rob Roy (Ryan Moore) gave the impression he has settled back perfectly into the routine at Freemason Lodge when moving up smoothly in the closing stages of his work with Conduit (JD Smith) and Dr Faustus (Kevin Bradshaw).
The whole family will enjoy a ride on the steam Gallopers or a spin on the real ice rink.* Every weekend there will be seasonal entertainment.
Saeed Bin Suroor was in action on the Al Bahathri P olytrack with a small team of gallopers, and Desert Chief gave encouragement when striding out nicely with Naheef.
Children can visit Father Christmas in his fireside Grotto or the whole family can enjoy a ride on the steam Gallopers or a spin on the ice rink.
Saeed Bin Suroor was over on the Al Bahathri polytrack with the Godolphin gallopers, and Into The Dark (Frankie Dettori) drew attention when going well with Strawberry Fair and one other.
Ed Dunlop had his gallopers on the Cambridge Road Polytrack and Tabadul (Willie Supple) displayed a pleasing attitude in company with Secret Place.
He said: "I was told three days ago that it was a new racecourse policy to have no gallopers, and yet I come here today and find that Jonjo O'Neill is working three of his horses after the last race.
long-leaping gallopers who are prone to take a guess at the occasional fence.