Definition of 'jump jockey'
Example sentences containing 'jump jockey'
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I worked out that the winning jockey's cut is more than the combined earnings of 98 per cent of jump jockeys in a year.The Sun (2014)
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Definition of jump jockey from the Collins English Dictionary
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