A person who rides horses (mainly thoroughbreds) is called a Jockey
A jockey is the term for someone who rides horses in horse races. Or more specifically a horse jockey.
To improve the gallop skills of a horse, do gallop rides, gallop races, barrel races, and gallop training. If gallop is one of the horse (or pony's) top three skills, lessons will also improve it.
I believe the person who rides the horses in the races is called a Jockey.
Most horses that are used for racing are ridden by professional riders called jockeys. Usually the people that own or train the horse do not ride it in the races.
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A work rider rides horses that are being conditioned for the races but does not ride in races. The term "work" is often used when a horse is timed for a certain distance from the backside of the track. A work rider may trot, canter, or gallop horses at the track in the morning based on the instructions of the horse's trainer.
The duration of Death Rides a Horse is 2 hours.
There are several synonyms for "a person who rides a horse"bronc bustercowboycavalrymanhorseguarddragoonequestrianjockey
Death Rides a Horse was created on 1969-07-09.
A jockey - or driver.