She hip-checked our toddler daughter for sport, sending June flying into the bushes, then cantered away victorious.
And he smacked the white horse with his hand, and the Signora cantered gaily on.
Suddenly they cantered up to the wall and we knew some at least were alive.
After their departure Mariposilla saddled the pony, and, bidding us a gleeful adieu, cantered away with the precious altar cloth.
They seemed in haste, and she could hear the rattle of their sabres as they cantered by.
He snapped his ears at attention, wheeled to the gate, and cantered briskly out of the corral.
The pain of keeping his seat occupied him as they cantered through the wood.
She cantered to the homestead, standing high and hot on its ridge of sand, with only a few dry pines sprouting out of the yard.
The cattleman touched his horse with the spur and cantered forward.
The lady should have waved her kerchief in token of a tryst and cantered down the path to meet her cavalier.