an easy gallop.
to move or ride at a canter.
Contemporary Examples

My Dog Solha: From Afghanistan, With PTSD Jessie Knadler March 12, 2013

Historical Examples

Quicksilver Sue Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards
The Story of the Malakand Field Force Sir Winston S. Churchill
Mariposilla Mary Stewart Daggett
Plantation Sketches Margaret Devereux
Bred of the Desert Marcus Horton
The Prussian Officer D. H. Lawrence
Some Persons Unknown E. W. Hornung
Oh, You Tex! William Macleod Raine
The Bastonnais John Lesperance

an easy three-beat gait of horses, etc, between a trot and a gallop in speed
at a canter, easily; without effort: he won at a canter
to move or cause to move at a canter


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