In the United States, in Thoroughbred racing the jockey wins 10% of the horse's winnings for a given race.
It depends on the race.
The first horse and jockey past the winning post.
I'd have to say horse racing, if you're a good enough jockey to win.
Depends on how much he wins.
Horse reins are what jockey's use to "brake" a horse.
No one....It 's a horse race. Only a horse has won the race! And the last horse to win the Triple Crown was Affirmed in 1978. The jockey on Affirmed was Steve Cauthen.
A person who rides horses (mainly thoroughbreds) is called a Jockey
Frank Hayes was a jockey who, in 1923, suffered a fatal heart attack in the midst of a race at Belmont Park in New York. His horse, Sweet Kiss, finished and won the race with his lifeless body still atop, making him the first, and thus far, only, jockey to win a race after death.
A jockey uniform is the coloured silks worn by the jockey when riding in a horse race. The colours of the silks are chosen by the owner of the horse when he registers his ownership of the horse.
A jockey is the term for someone who rides horses in horse races. Or more specifically a horse jockey.
Ferdinand was the horse and Willie Shoemaker was the jockey.
Jockey Kent Desormeaux rode 'Real Quiet' to win the 1998 Kentucky Derby.