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galloping

(găl′ə-pĭng)
adj.
Medicine Of or relating to a disease that progresses rapidly toward a fatal conclusion: galloping consumption.
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Galloping Horse and its partners in this deal hired boutique investment bank China eCapital Corp as exclusive financial advisor.
Galloping Grocer, who won his first three starts by a combined 31 3/4 lengths against New York-breds, battled Rockport Harbor through the stretch before losing the Remsen by a neck at Aqueduct in November.
We are pleased to announce an expansion of our relationship with the people at Galloping Horse as we reach this important milestone in the production of The Legend of Tembo," said John Textor, chairman and CEO of Digital Domain Media Group.
The baby horses had begun to gallop under riders on the track, and Thirty Love had been spotted galloping beside them on the other side of the rail.
He was galloping as sound as can be and then, `pop,' '' Whittingham said.
WESTMEAD HAWK, the dual William Hill Derby winner and Greyhound of the Year, continues to make excellent progress from the broken hock he suffered at Hall Green in midsummer, and is now galloping, writes Richard Birch.