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hello sir, what does

1) "horse galloped easily" mean?
2) "horse galloped freely" mean?

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Hi Rohit,
         Just what it says. A horse galloping 'easily' is galloping but not under pressure to go as fast as possible. If it were a bit slower it would be described as 'cantering'.
A horse galloping 'freely' is also not under pressure. The two words are very similar descriptive terms.
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Don

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Can assist with enquiries relating to internal travel, air, car, train , bus, ferry etc. Accommadation in Homestay, Farmstay, motels, camping etc. Recreational fishing freshwater, sea and gamefishing. Rugby, cricket, horse racing etc. Where and what to eat and drink, wine trails, food festivals etc. Cost effective travelling.

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Have travelled extensivley through NZ and currently operate a Homestay just north of Wellington

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