Perhaps the most powerful driver of this galloping group-think?
“Black Skinhead” contains a galloping beat layered with heavy breathing, tribal drums, CAW!
Riders from Russia's Kremlin Riding School formed a human pyramid on galloping mounts in a daredevil show of horseback acrobatics.
I did not wait to hear the end of her tale, but clapped spurs into Violette, and in five minutes was galloping her into the town.
She had called the turn before the galloping dominoes had bounced from the backrail.
Finally we caught sight of Fogarty galloping around the saloon tables and yelling like a Comanche Indian.
“We have gone far enough,” said Hendrik, after galloping about a mile.
Ordering her favorite horse saddled, she soon was galloping down the valley towards the Osbornes.
Too well they knew what it meant, and whither the galloping cohort was bound.
A single horseman was galloping along the highway toward the castle.
gallop gal·lop (gāl'əp)
A triple cadence to the heart sounds at rates of 100 beats per minute or more due to an abnormal third or fourth heart sound being heard in addition to the first and second sounds. Also called cantering rhythm, gallop rhythm.