jump jockey

jump jockey

n
(Horse Racing) Brit a jockey who rides in steeplechases (as opposed to one who rides in flat races)
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Bowen, the 18-year-old son of Haverfordwest trainer Peter who is now part of Paul Nicholls' yard, won the Conditional Jockey of the Year title and also collected Jump Ride of the Year for his effort on Just A Par in the Bet365 Gold Cup, Tony McCoy, who on Sunday was presented with the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Lifetime Achievement award in Belfast, won the Jumps Jockey of the Year trophy and the ARC Jump Jockey Special Recognition prize.
THE 19-time champion jump jockey Tony McCoy has been the talk of the sporting world since announcing his impending retirement from the saddle last weekend.
That was the adjective used by his wife Chanelle when reporters asked the greatest jump jockey of all time if it was a figure he would aim for after he reached the 4,000 mark on Midnight Tunes at Towcester on Thursday.
The Warwickshire residential property market has received a "leg up" thanks to a high pro?le national jump jockey.
PERENNIAL champion jump jockey Tony McCoy has set himself a immediate target of reaching 4,000 career winners before he even begins to contemplate a life away from the saddle.
But the biggest cheer was reserved for Russ Garritty, one of the iron men of the jumps circuit, who took the jump jockey special recognition award.
Britain's champion jump jockey was taken to hospital following his tumble from Sporting Limerick at the second-last flight in the williamhill.ie Handicap Hurdle.
It is less than 17 months since McCoy became the winning-most British jump jockey when he beat Richard Dunwoody's total of 1699 on Mighty Montefalco at Uttoxeter on August 27, 2002.
AdrianMaguire, by common consensus the best jump jockey in the last 20 years not to have been champion, has announced his retirement from the saddle on medical grounds.
TONY McCOY is just three winners short of his eighth successive century after galloping into racing history as the jump jockey with the highest ever amount of wins.
SCOTS jump jockey Peter Niven, who is five short of the 1000-winner mark, has no plans to hang up his boots and saddle at the end of the season.
McCoy won both the At The Races Jump Ride of the Year for his performance aboard Synchronised in the 2012 Cheltenham Gold Cup, and was also named Stobart Jump Jockey of the Year for a 16th time.