outgallop

outgallop

(ˌaʊtˈɡæləp)
vb (tr) , -ops, -oping or -oped
(Horse Racing) to gallop faster than or overtake by galloping
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A judge of horses and a sportsman, he had lately procured himself a large, fine, mettlesome, Donets horse, dun-colored, with light mane and tail, and when he rode it no one could outgallop him.
and do not need your paces, and outgallop them, And myself as I stand or sit pass faster than you.
For a start, he has too much all-round football skill to be lumbered with that label and in any case, his engine is so dynamic that he could probably outgallop your average warhorse," said the former Kerry boss.
Cool Dawn was just able to outjump and outgallop them but no-one would pretend he was a class above everything else," he said.
The Roger Charlton-trained Seaborne came from last to first under Richard Hughes to outgallop northern raider Fashionable Man for the Bishopstone Rated Stakes.
His best form is in heavy ground but it's in small fields where he can outgallop them.
Santenay came with a well-timed run to outgallop Old Marsh for division one of the Bradson's Event Services Maiden Hurdle.
IMPERIAL CALL put up a sparkling display to outjump and outgallop better-fancied rivals in the Punchestown Heineken Gold Cup on the second day of the Festival .
All's well that ends well and Carruthers does what he does best, which is to totally outgallop his rivals who are left toiling in his wake while he romps clear to win unchallenged.
She came in with the reputation of being able to outgallop anything at the farm, so we always had a real good feeling about her," Shirreffs says.
Today, the ground will suit him and he could just outgallop and outstay this field, but Cousin Vinny could be a big threat.