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jockey

a person who rides horses in races, esp as a profession or for hire
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When it comes to jockeyship he is the best of the best, and come summertime that's all that will matter to owners, trainers and serious punters.
His new book 'Betting on Two Year Olds: The Inside Track' offers a useful insight into profitable punting on youngsters based on an analysis of breeding, trainer tactics, jockeyship, racecourse characteristics and betting trends.
It was everything punters have come to expect from Cheltenham; great racing, great jockeyship and total dominance from the Irish raiders.
Kind Native does not have an obvious chance in the Irwin Bros Jewellers Ladies Flat Race but jockeyship counts for a lot in these races and Paul Carberry's sister Nina has inherited a lot of the family's riding talent.
It was a great piece of jockeyship," smiled Johnston.
He rode the horse in the spring and we have no criticism of his jockeyship.
Incredibly they won by a head, and Winter's jockeyship was lauded as the best ever witnessed on a racetrack.
Two reminders of the high standard of jockeyship we can look forward to as the jumps season gets into full swing.
In short, we need to get away from the ridiculous situation where a formerly superlative ride is now an illegal one because of an artificial and arbitrary number that has become judge and jury when it comes to the quality of jockeyship.
The Irishman produced a supreme piece of jockeyship to claim yesterday's feature race, the pounds 70,000 intercasino.
Gamut's win at Newmarket recently was largely due to superb jockeyship and any rain would help his place prospects at a track that he likes.
Hopefully his present injury-free spell will continue for some time and allow the crowds to go on witnessing his unique brand of jockeyship.