Definition of jockeyship in English:

jockeyship

noun

  • See jockey

    • ‘The quality of the horses, the standard of jockeyship, the level of prize money were all inferior to here.’
    • ‘Even for a good cause, celebrity jockeyship doesn't bear thinking about.’
    • ‘And if the proposed Scottish academy offers a professorship of all-weather jockeyship, only one Scot should be considered for the post.’
    • ‘With three such talents plus McCoy and Tony Dobbin on this side of the water, Irish jockeyship is in good health.’
    • ‘It was not just the precocious brilliance of his jockeyship but his heritage.’