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  1. Jockeys

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  1. Jockeys

    Jockeys is an American documentary sports reality television series that premiered on February 6, 2009 on Animal Planet. The series chronicles the professional lives of jockeys during the famous thirty-day Oak Tree Meet at Santa Anita Park. First and second season episodes aired on Friday nights. The second season, which premiered on August 21, 2009 added Corey Nakatani and Garrett Gomez to the featured jockeys while Jon Court departed to race in Kentucky. The taglines of the show are: ⁕"Win or Die Trying" for season 1 and ⁕"To Win It All You Have to Risk It All" for season 2. "Stronger" by Kanye West is used as the theme song.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of jockeys in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of jockeys in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of jockeys in a Sentence

  1. Maryland Jockey Club:

    The health and safety of our horses and jockeys is our highest priority.

  2. Jim Cassidy:

    The jockeys are concerned, you know,' I'm riding for a big guy I don't want to scratch California Horse Racing Board if he doesn't feel 100 % because the guy will fire me or get mad at me,' so, we've explained to the riders,' Look, you blame California Horse Racing Board on the veterinarians.' You just say,' Hey, the vet said no.'.

  3. Churchill Downs:

    Failure to comply with the rules and medication protocols jeopardizes the safety of the horses and jockeys, the integrity of our sport and the reputation of the Kentucky Derby and all who participate, we will await the conclusion of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission's investigation before taking further steps.

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