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gallop

the fast two-beat gait of horses and other quadrupeds
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Now on its 45 th running, the PCSO-sponsored Presidential Gold Cup is the highlight race of the local racing calendar and attracts the participation of the finest locally-bred gallopers in the country competing for the title as the year's best.
Another significant factor that came into play for Dewey Boulevard was Esguerra's decision to tap the services of veteran jockey Patricio "Patty" Dilema to partner the multiple stakes winning galloper.
Progress on the Galloper is ramping up ahead of planned construction later this year, as it heads towards financial close.
Trainer's representative, Gail Hacking, said: "He actually broke the track record at Lingfield as a two-year-old and he's a relentless galloper from the front on the all-weather.
Some see Godolphin's big hope as purely a galloper who could struggle for tactical speed at some point in the 10-furlong affair.
The planned wind farm will produce 500MW of electricity via 140 wind turbines sited around the Inner Gabbard and The Galloper sandbanks.
The links to be tendered are for the Galloper wind farm off the east coast of England, and the Walney Extension wind farm in the Irish Sea.
A delighted Alston said: "He's a tough old cookie and such a relentless galloper.
He's an out-and-out galloper and the four-mile National Chase Hunt is a possible option.
The prized 3-year-old galloper, owned by Kenneth Causon and trained by Ruben Clor, stepped up in the last 400 meters and was hardly pressed by jockey Patricio Dilema as she took command in the final stretch en route to victory and the P900,000 winner's purse.
05) looked an out-and-out galloper when winning at Beverley ten days ago and looks sure to improve for the extra furlong here.
bar] SUFFOLK - The 140-turbine Greater Gabbard windfarm will be located around two sand banks known as Inner Gabbard and The Galloper in the North Sea, off the Suffolk coast.