http://www.jockeyreport.com -Horse racing is one of the best things ever. BUT...Have you ever wondered why there isn’t much concentration on the jockey? So have we. However, this year.. enter Calvin Borel, winning rider for The Kentucky Derby and The Preakness. These two races presented a perfect example that we should be looking at a package deal, both the horse and the jockey. The jockey is at least partially an ingredient of any race. Race cars don’t get around the track by themselves and neither do winning horses. Jockey Report has devised a system to use in placing bets for horse racing - this winning system will change the way the horse racing participants place their bets.
Making a living as a jockey is a dangerous proposition. Race horses can weigh up to 1,450 pounds. A racing Quarter Horse has a top speed of nearly 55 miles per hour; a racing Thoroughbred can sustain 40 mph for over a mile. While riding these speed machines, a jockey doesn't sit in the saddle. He stands poised on toes that are pinched into stirrups, the rest of his body hovering over the horse in a stance that University of North Carolina researchers have described as "a situation of dynamic imbalance and ballistic opportunity."
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