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jog

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jog

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a smooth three-beat gait

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ride at a canter

go at a canter, of horses

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ride at a cantering pace

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The unbeaten joint-top-rated twoyear-old of 2010, on 126 - a controversial decision from the handicapper as he beat fellow top-rated Dream Ahead by nearly seven lengths in the Dewhurst Stakes - has recently resumed cantering.
Workforce was out cantering in the hands of his groom Paul Grassick on the Town Canter at Newmarket yesterday morning sporting a new rubber bridle that may help him to settle.
SEPTIMUS and Yeats, the joint-top stayers in the World Thoroughbred Rankings, are back cantering at Ballydoyle as they prepare for another season as Aidan O'Brien's senior citizens on the track, writes Tony O'Hehir.
THE Henry Cecil-trained Multidimensional is back cantering, with connections hoping he can return for a backend campaign.
The surface is deeper and better for cantering than the Polytrack that we have elsewhere in Newmarket."
THE first wave of Godolphin horses to winter in Dubai were back cantering on Warren Hill in Newmarket for the first time this spring yesterday as Saeed Bin Suroor and the rest of his team began to hatch plans for another hectic international schedule, writes Tony Elves.
Speaking on his website, the trainer said: ``Ouija Board has been cantering since Monday and has done two canters up Warren Hill every day.
``He is cantering now, and in February we will start doing faster work with him, with the aim being to run him in the Craven on April 14.
In previous correspondence, I have deplored the insidious practice of sending horses direct to the post, denying real racegoers the opportunity of seeing them cantering past the grandstand.