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jockey in Horses topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjockeyjock‧ey1 /ˈdʒɒki $ ˈdʒɑːki/ noun [countable]  DSHsomeone who rides horses in races
Examples from the Corpus
jockeyA jockey may ride as many as 12 or 14 races a day.He was champion jockey in 1872 with eighty-seven winners.In 1995, the stock market smashed more records than a disgruntled disk jockey.Not many other jockeys are so lucky.One of the jockeys told me you lived along Boat Quay, so we asked around.Then why did he put her up at Ascot rather than one of the top jockeys?