This jockey proved to be an old acquaintance, and although some 60 years of age, was still an excellent rider.
"Five Years in New Zealand" by Robert B. Booth
Calhoun jockeyed his small ship with infinite care.
"This World Is Taboo" by Murray Leinster
A long search did not, however, enable me to establish the date on which the Jockey Club was founded.
"American Adventures" by Julian Street
Somebody jockeyed it this way and that.
"Operation: Outer Space" by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
Crowds of course applauded Caesar, but only with the empty cheers they gave the jockeys or the preachers.
"The Arian Controversy" by H. M. Gwatkin
The gypsies lost considerably, and I saw clearly that the jockeys were cheating them most confoundedly.
"Isopel Berners The History of certain doings in a Staffordshire Dingle, July, 1825" by George Borrow
Ultimately he became renowned as a crack rider, and one of the best steeple-chase jockeys on the turf in all competitions between gentlemen.
"A Crooked Path" by Mrs. Alexander
He never threw away an inch, and his way of stealing foot by foot was worthy of any jockey.
"The Chequers" by James Runciman
He had always suspected the major of being a rocket jockey at heart and now he was certain.
"Sabotage in Space" by Carey Rockwell
He wore a cap and a brown jockey coat, trowsers, leggings, and highlows, and sported a single spur.
"George Borrow The Man and His Books" by Edward Thomas
The driver—I'd known from a cow-boy,
His name—it was Sandy McThistle;
As clever a steeplechase jockey
As ever blew down a whistle!
"The Scotch Express —From Ireland" by T W Connor
This little instrument you see
Strapped on his back, shaped like a V,
Is a "Dumb Jockey" meant to train
The horse to bear the bit and rein.
"Schooling" by Mary Tourtel
`If Black Pudding loses I'm ruined;
I thought that the horse was a good-un,
But his skin's got so shiny and slippy
The jockey can't stick on his pudden'.
"The Bookmaker’s Daughter 1934" by Billy Bennett
One day Jim was chased by the sheriff,
His men rode like steeplechase jockeys.
That was the ending... when they caught him bending,
That's how Jim got shot in the Rockies!!!
"A Tale Of The Rockies" by Billy Bennett
For tha puts me i' mind ov a time long ago,
When thi father wor just sich a jockey as thee;
An tho' aw'm a widdy, an poor as a crow,
Ther'll be allus a bite an a sup for thee.
"Come Thi Ways In" by John Hartley
As through the throng on either hand
The old horse nears the judges' stand,
Beneath his jockey's feather-weight
He warms a little to his gait,
And now and then a step is tried
That hints of something like a stride.
"How The Old Horse Won The Bet" by Oliver Wendell Holmes
Unbeaten Gemologist Scores KY Jockey Club .
Gemologist takes control in the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes at Churchill Downs.
There will be no run for Tizway in the Grade I, $750,000 Jockey Club Gold Cup at Belmont Park next Saturday.
Martin Garbisu, maitre d' of the Jockey Club , 1988.
When I heard they had revamped The Jockey Club , Washington's bastion of the old guard and sanctuary for the well-heeled, my heart sank.
The management of the California Jockey Club and the Bay Meadows Operating Company, which trade together on a paired basis, said preliminary results showed they had won a proxy fight against a dissident shareholder group.
Jockey Club unveiled the 2013 logo Friday.
Flat Out returned to the scene of his latest triumph Sept 29—almost a year ago to the day—and won the $1 million TVG Jockey Club Gold Cup (gr.
Jockey Club Gold Cup S (gr.
Jockey Club Gold Cup Contenders, Others Work.
Jockey Club Seeks Tougher Medication Rules.
The Jockey Club officially released its "Reformed Racing Medication Rules" March 30, but broad adoption of the policies hinges on action by regulators in all racing jurisdictions.
Jockey Club Website to Show Horse Injuries.
Maryland Jockey Club Announces 146 Day Race Schedule for 2012.
Unbeaten Gemologist Scores KY Jockey Club.
Jockey: a user-space library for record-replay debugging.
Efficient Deterministic Replay Using Complete Race Detection
In the case of a horse race, for instance, a jockey riding a strongly favored horse may make more money if he secretly bets on the second most favored horse and then intentionally loses the race.
The Reality Game
This is an example of a self-defeating reality map: if jockeys misbehave, then as the horse becomes more popular, the ob jective probability that it will win decreases.
The Reality Game