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Synonyms for jockey

Synonyms for jockey

to direct the course of carefully

to take clever or cunning steps to achieve one's goals

Synonyms for jockey

someone employed to ride horses in horse races

an operator of some vehicle or machine or apparatus

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defeat someone through trickery or deceit

compete (for an advantage or a position)

ride a racehorse as a professional jockey

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The three-year venture between Oxford University and the racing industry, which has received more than PS220,000 in funding from the Racing Foundation, is aiming to improve the health and welfare of jockeys and stable staff who ride out.
This is the same horse Victoria won her first race on as an amateur jockey at Wincanton recently, proof she is no mug as a jockey whether new to the sport or not.
It was presented to him in place of the traditional Lester for his Stobart Jump Jockey of the Year award.
National Jockey Day already has the backing of eight-time champion National Hunt trainer Paul Nicholls, former jockey and Grand National winner Mick Fitzgerald as well as the official campaign partners Haydock Park Racecourse and The Injured Jockeys Fund.
The event will be held on October 14 and will see an Irish v UK Jump Jockeys Challenge and a Jump Jockeys v Flat Jockeys Challenge.
Champion Flat jockey Richard Hughes won his first Lester, voted Stobart Flat Jockey of the Year by his peers.
An increase in the size of both female and male jockey rooms;
But Shapiro said the board is working with the Valenzuela camp and that the jockey might be given clearance to fulfill his riding commitments Friday even if the information does not arrive.
Having officially approved the new team to start work, Jockey Club officials admitted they could only "monitor the situation".
But Samuel's natural love of horses and ambition to become a jockey is so fervent he risks his own life to save the horses from the abuse of the new trainer and from One Arm, the leader of a band of raiders determined to steal Master Giles' thoroughbreds.
A WORKING group has been set up by the Jockey Club to look at the problems jockeys face because of the increased fixture list.
When the new deadline passed, only 27 of the intended runners had a jockey booked, and a large proportion of them were apprentices.
John Maxse, the Jockey Club's director of public relations, said last night: "The way the negotiations are going this week, I would rather see the matter resolved in the courts, rather than having racing damaged.
The maximum weight a jockey in this section can be is 10 stone.
The revelation - made in tonight's BBC1 Panorama programme - raises doubts over the ability of the Jockey Club to keep the sport clean.