to show which barn they are from.
They wear the stable's colors or silks for the horse they are riding.
Jockeys typically wear protective underwear. This is to protect their genital from the high impact sport of horse racing. As jockeys are typically weighed before an event, this underwear must be protective but lightweight.
Jockeys wear "racing silks" in a variety of primary colors and white: red yellow blue etc.
No. They wear the silks of the horse's owner(s).
The jockeys wear silks and most other people wear like church clothes or just something casual
Jockeys wear specific uniforms known as silks. These lightweight colorful clothes have designs associated with the stable which the horse comes from.
'Silks' is the name given to the clothing worn by jockeys in horse races.
The plural possessive form is jockeys'.
Jockeys' Guild was created in 1940.
The ISBN of The Rock Jockeys is 0440410266.