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An easily controlled gallop.‘hack classes where a hand gallop and stop are required’
- ‘I've seen Olivia hand gallop him around and bring him to the halt and hand him to the nearest stable hand without cooling him down.’
- ‘No more than 8 horses will be asked to hand gallop on the rail at one time.’
- ‘The mandatory gaits are walk, trot, canter and hand gallop, to be shown both ways of the ring.’
- ‘A lot of them just go for flat out speed and to me that's not what a costume horse does at a hand gallop.’
- ‘Since there was space to ride horses at speed, the hand gallop and gallop were part of a rider's repertoire.’
- ‘Your torso should be inclined forward at the hand gallop, ‘with the motion’ of the horse.’
- ‘Then Arialana started running, at a hand gallop at first.’
- ‘McAlary did not go fast in her hand gallop, but her counter canter was excellent as well.’
- ‘The judges called back these six to perform in reverse order a demanding test that included two changes of lead, a hairpin rollback turn, a hand gallop fence and a trot fence.’
- ‘The hand gallop calls for a significant increase in pace, a shortened rein length, and a lighter two-point position.’
- ‘The hand gallop is not a fast, collected canter but a true lengthening of stride, correct and straight on both leads.’
- ‘The horse should be willing to extend to hand gallop if the judge requires it.’
- ‘Road hack will be required to walk, trot, working trot, canter, and hand gallop both ways of the arena.’
- ‘Young stock, who will be racing, will be taught to hand gallop in a controlled environment.’
- ‘I got to pick exactly where I wanted to get the trot and the hand gallop,’ Goulart explained.’
- ‘They are ridden in informal saddle seat attire at a walk, trot, canter, and hand gallop.’
- ‘Hunter Hack class judged at the walk, trot, extended trot, canter, hand gallop, and over two trotting height fences.’
- ‘‘The verb to canter is, of course, a contraction of a ‘Canterbury gallop’, which was the easy hand gallop into which the pilgrims urged their horses, possibly when they came to level stretches of the South Downs.’’
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