A jockey is someone who rides horses in horse racing or steeplechase racing,
primarily as a profession. The word also applies to camel riders in camel racing.
Oct 23, 2012 ... The stereotypical image of sportsmen is of bulging six-packs -- except jockeys;
Horse riders are put under enormous pressure to meet racing ...
The average weight of a horse jockey is between 108 and 118 pounds, though in
the United States, the minimum riding weight in competition is 116 pounds.
Apr 21, 2012 ... Above all, we would state that before becoming a jockey one needs to be a "
Horse man/woman". It is imperative that one understands the ...
May 12, 2009 ... Another jockey, Mike Smith, will ride Mine That Bird. Does it matter which jockey
is riding which horse? Yes, but only a little. Horse-racing ...
May 2, 2014 ... Weight requirements vary from race to race and track to track, but generally
horses carry between 112 and 126 pounds, which includes jockey ...
These are the top 250 Active Jockeys in North America. ..... ILuvTurfRacing British
jockey, Tom Queally, who's ridden such Juddmonte horses as Frankel, Twice ...
In a golden age of racing that featured legendary jockeys such as Arcaro,
Atkinson, ... Born in Ohio, Eddie Maple began riding horses at age 12 and won
his first ...
Visit The Jockey Club Registry for the following and more: Register a foal; Name
a horse; Get duplicate papers; Identify a horse; Transfer ownership; View the ...
Making a living as a jockey is a dangerous proposition. Race horses can weigh
up to 1450 pounds. A racing Quarter Horse has a top speed of nearly 55 miles ...