jockey club

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Jockey Club

(Horse Racing) Brit the governing body that regulates and controls horse-racing both on the flat and over jumps
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Noun1.Jockey Club - a club to promote and regulate horse racingjockey club - a club to promote and regulate horse racing
gild, guild, social club, society, club, lodge, order - a formal association of people with similar interests; "he joined a golf club"; "they formed a small lunch society"; "men from the fraternal order will staff the soup kitchen today"
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Highcamp called to ask her to go with them to the Jockey Club to witness the turf event of the season.
In the middle of the night she remembered that she had forgotten to write her regular letter to her husband; and she decided to do so next day and tell him about her afternoon at the Jockey Club.
Turned out of the Jockey Club, turned out of Tattersalls', turned out of the betting-ring; in short, posted publicly as a defaulter before the noblest institution in England, the Turf--and all for want of five hundred pounds to stop the mouth of the greatest brute I know of, Alfred Hardyman
RISING star Bryony Frost has been named as a groupwide ambassador for Jockey Club Racecourses.
The Queen admires a portrait of herself with her Gold Cup winner Estimate at the Jockey Club Rooms in Newmarket, which she visited this week along with the National Stud to mark the stud's centenary year.
BNA) -- The Group Director of the International and Racing Relations of the Jockey Club Racecourses (the Jockey Club), Stephen Wallis, has spoken about the Jockey Club's participation in the 16th race of this year's racing season organised by the Rashid Equestrian and Horseracing Club, highlighting that it represents the strength of links between the Jockey Club and the Rashid Club.
JOCKEY Club Racecourses has announced a three-year agreement for Pinsent Masons to become its official legal partner.
THE Jockey Club has unveiled a PS45m concept for the next stage of development at Cheltenham.
Today marks an historic moment in British racing when the Horserace Regulatory Authority assumes control of the regulation of the sport from the Jockey Club.
A senior Jockey Club official has written to Brazil following a complaint from former top jumps jockey Ian Watkinson.
The former jockey turned blood stock agent will be banned from entering any racecourse or premises owned, used or licensed by the Jockey Club as from today and he will also be barred from dealing in any capacity with a racehorse.
THE Jockey Club has dismissed newspaper claims that they are investigating a widespread "betting scam" among jockeys.