Definition of champion jockey noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


champion jockey

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(in Britain) the jockey (= rider in horse races) who has won the most horse races in a season. There are two champion jockeys each year, the one who wins the most steeplechases (= races with jumps) in the winter, and the one who wins the most flat races (= ones without jumps) in the summer.