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  • Max nodded, and they kicked into a ground-eating run.

    Crimson Wind

  • Suddenly, two figures emerged through the thick fog, their ground-eating strides reaching Hurstgrove quickly.

    Entice Me at Twilight

  • He walked with great, ground-eating strides, and every step he took past the boundaries of Chelm, it felt like his chest was expanding, every breath greater than the last.

    The Man Who Left Chelm

  • When the dogs pointed, we'd urge our horses into their ground-eating pace, ride up to a setter, dismount, and load up.

    The Six Best (Wild) Bird Hunting Lodges in North America

  • When Cassidy nudged Durden and gestured at the mystery man, leading the pack with easy, ground-eating strides, Benji said, Terry Heath.

    Again to Carthage

  • Four more days they traveled at this ground-eating pace.

    Spirit Gate

  • Wordlessly they broke into a steady, ground-eating trot.

    Dragon's Fire

  • With that, he left Vetch at the door to Kashet's pen, stalking off with his long, ground-eating strides.

    Joust

  • Glory led, urging the pony to a ground-eating trot, and Ivradan brought up the rear, making sure that Fimlas and Dylan stayed essentially together.

    The Warslayer

  • He turned, and began moving away from the pack at a slow, ground-eating lope.

    Spirits White As Lightning

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