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.
Items 1 - 100 of 35606 ... Welcome to Equibase.com, your official source for horse racing results, ... Horses
- By Racing Year; Horses - By Foaling Year; Jockeys ...
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 ...
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 ...
Jockeys tend to be short people only because they can make the weight
assignments required in thoroughbred horse racing. I am 5' but I was one of the
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 ...
Apr 25, 2004 ... By Neil Schmidt The Cincinnati Enquirer. LOUISVILLE - Shane Sellers paused
outside the washroom stalls in the jockeys room of Churchill ...
Feb 21, 2014 ... Believe it or not, horse racing is a team sport. And not just between one man and
one animal. It all starts with the owners of the horses.