The practice of jockeys.
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individual selections of recorded music are known as disc jockeys or "DJs" for short. Broadcast
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British flat racing Champion Jockey
year since 1840. The seasonal record of jockeys' winners was published for the first time in 1846
– a White rock group called the Swamp Jockeys and an unnamed Aboriginal folk group. The Aboriginal
A jockey's cap is the headgear worn by a jockey in the sport of horse racing. The modern jockey's
Jockey's Ridge State Park
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) for an hour.Camels are often controlled by child jockeys, but allegations of human rights abuses have led
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