I think she means an excersize Jockey....Oh well, doesn't matter you're on a racehorse and you're running...
I, personally, have never had a job for any stable in the racing industry but I have breezed my own horses before just for the heck of it. The track near us sometimes has open days when anyone can go and just ride around. I took my ex-race mare Annie there and she had a blast, I could so tell she missed the track. I also had the opportunity to breeze one of my trainers older racehorses who I adored. He was ten years old but he had been doing well at the local track and still gentle as a lamb. Of course, I wasn't wearing jockey silks nor did I have the correct weight on my horse, lol. Just me, a jumping saddle, the horse, and running for no reasona t all.
I enjoyed being able to just run, not worry about patterns or music to stay in tune with. No other riders to bump into me (They only let one person out at a time, unless the person has multiple horses.)
You'll have fun, I think. I'm no jockey, but I enjoy running just like any one of them.
Well I know they couldn't be jokeying but I dint know if they ment something else. But if we are talking abou the track here
You will most likly need to be alot stronger than you are. And probably keep your wright under or around 130 lbs. Work out, run, eat right. I'm planning on gettig a job as an exercise rider once I'm 16. Posted via Mobile Device