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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 new FUSO Canters start at P1,315,000 for the FE71, P1,481,000 for the FE84 and P1,580,000 for the FE85 cab and chassis base variants and are available in all Mitsubishi and FUSO dealerships nationwide.
Warren Hill currently has Polytrack and Mactrack canters but one of those can be out of action for short spells of time for maintenance.
The firms says it is a chance for Canters to share expertise and act as a launchpad for their new bespoke Employment Solutions service, a unique employment law support service, helping businesses to keep up-to-date with all the changes in the law, ensure compliancy, and generally protect them against costly claims and tribunal situations.
For Rodney Canter, as for most accountants, the week leading up to each year's tax deadline is his long day's journey into night.
The Canters are not much bigger in terms of physical size and are therefore every bit as manoeuvrable.
William Haggas, among a host of trainers making use of the facility this week, said: "In severe weather this track now means we can have both canters open as usual, whereas in previous years we would have been queueing to use just one as the other one was tied up as a walking ground.
For Alan Canter, whose father and seven uncles left New Jersey in 1931 to found the original Canter's Deli in Boyle Heights, it was a testament to homemade bread, handmade pickles and an estimated 24 million bowls of ladled chicken soup.
The opening has only symbolic meaning nowadays since two all-weather canters were installed at the end of the last century.
Although nearly all the yards on Hamilton Road are in use, some trainers make a two-mile hike across town with their strings just to use Warren Hill, instead of the less demanding canters on racecourse side, such as Hamilton Hill Polytrack.
THE traditional countdown to the start of the Flat season begins in Newmarket today when the grass canter on Warren Hill is scheduled to reopen, writes David Milnes.
Trainer Ed Dunlop said: "She did two canters over six furlongs and she's in very good form.
Track canters have allowed horses of the calibre of the Henry Cecil-trained 2,000 Guineas favourite Frankel to canter throughout January, whereas previously he would have had to remain behind closed doors until the start of February.
THE exercising of horses on the gallops and canters in the dark in Newmarket will not be allowed from Wednesday, with trainers facing fines and being banned from the training grounds if the Jockey Club Estate rules are not obeyed, writes Tony Elves.
Formerly two parallel canters of sand and woodchip, the facility has been replaced by a single lane of Ecotrack, which will be railed for the first time.
Speaking on his website, the trainer said: ``Ouija Board has been cantering since Monday and has done two canters up Warren Hill every day.