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gallop

the fast two-beat gait of horses and other quadrupeds
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He added: "Awards such as Galloper form the basis of our continued investment in talent - in both developing our current workforce as well as our ongoing support of the JDR apprenticeship and graduate programmes.
Galloper is an offshore wind farm currently being developed for location 30km off the Suffolk Coast of England.
Construction on the Galloper Wind Farm is due to start later this year and JDR will start producing the cables in 2016.
That's not to say the drop in trip won't suit Sir Michael Stoute's colt, as he often takes a keen grip over further, but he is a strong galloper who doesn't possess a killer burst of speed.
A dour galloper with a touch of class, an extreme test of stamina will suit this chestnut and he is one to keep on the right side.
He's just a relentless galloper and Tom gave him a great ride," said trainer Tom Best.
He is a tough galloper, but takes a lot of getting fit and will improve.
Some 140 wind turbines will be erected around the Inner Gabbard and The Galloper sandbanks to form the first UK offshore wind farm to be built outside territorial waters.
Some see Godolphin's big hope as purely a galloper who could struggle for tactical speed at some point in the 10-furlong affair.
And yarns don't rattle any more impressively than in the exploits of Galloper Jack (Macmillan, pounds 18.
He was the best galloper and jumper that I've ever had the good fortune to train which he showed by having the class to win over three and a half miles and less than two and a half.
Leading international law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has advised Siemens Financial Services (SFS) on its acquisition of a 25% stake in the Galloper offshore wind farm, which is to be built off the coast of Suffolk.