He or she is a jockey.
A person who races horses is called a jockey
A racer or a jockey.
No.Only a person that races horses professionally is called a jockey.
A jockey - or driver.
That is a jockey
A person who races a horse is a jockey.
A jockey is the term for someone who rides horses in horse races. Or more specifically a horse jockey.
The English Jockey Lester Pigot won 4,493 races including the Epsom Derby.
Julie Krone was the first female jockey to win five races in one day at a NEW YORK track!
A person who rides horses (mainly thoroughbreds) is called a Jockey
If that's a clue to a child's crossword puzzle or something, the answer is probably "jockey".
U.S. racing: Russell Baze, over 9K races. He races on the northern California circuit. He broke Lafit Pincay's former record. Not sure of Baze's exact # of wins.
The maximum weight of a jockey, including full gear, saddle, and saddle cloth is 126 lbs. in a Triple Crown race. In some races it can not exceed 112 lbs.