For a moment we lingered, then faced to the left, trotted, galloped.
Then we galloped, then trotted again, galloped, walked and trotted again.
So he turned tail philosophically and trotted on up the stream.
One careless sniff had satisfied his mate, and she trotted on to reassure him.
Then he resumed his course and trotted on along the base of the bluff.
Its nose was to the trail, and it trotted with a peculiar, sliding, effortless gait.
Then he trotted after Jan and the children and was exuberantly glad to see Meg again.
The horses, not in the least fatigued by their long canter, trotted up the slope.
Joshua pricked up his ears and trotted to the further end of his halter.
And so, in my confidence, I advanced even as they trotted quickly towards me.