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Photo Gallery. However, the origins of racing colors of various patterns may have been influenced by racing held in Italian city communities since medieval times.
While the term "silks" is used in the United States to refer to racing colors, technically "silks" are the white breeches and bib, stock or cravat.
Obtaining them is a rite of passage when a jockey is first able to don silken pants and colors in their first race ride. Silks and their colors are important symbols of loyalty and festivity.
Many of the silks bear chequered patterns, polka dots, stripes or icons such as quatrefoils. The wearing of silks originated in the United Kingdom.
They were first mentioned in , and the current system was formally established in the s. Although Racing Australia requires that all jockeys wear approved helmets and safety vests, racegoers are unaware of this latter safety equipment as it is worn beneath the silks.
On race days the skivvy chosen is a lightweight mesh or microfibre bodysuit, sleeved or sleeveless, whereas, for track work, a more heavy-duty version may be worn.
Summarising, during an Australian race day, jockeys must wear the following: the helmet or skullcap , goggles, silks, vest, breeches, gloves, boots, saddle and girth and stirrups.
Various awards are given annually by organizations affiliated with the sport of thoroughbred racing in countries throughout the world.
They include:. Horse racing is a sport where jockeys may incur permanent, debilitating, and even life-threatening injuries.
Chief among them include concussion, bone fractures, arthritis, trampling, and paralysis. Jockey insurance premiums remain among the highest of all professional sports.
From to five deaths and serious injuries were recorded. Eating disorders such as anorexia are also very common among jockeys, as they face extreme pressure to maintain unusually low and specific weights for men, sometimes within a five-pound 2.
As in the cases of champion jockey Kieren Fallon and Robert Winston, the pressure to stay light has been blamed in part for jockeys suffering agonies of thirst from dehydration while racing.
Named 'Concussion in Sport' it will be the first study to take a detailed look at the effects of concussion on sports people, including around retired jockeys.
Based on American statistics, women comprise only 14 percent of working jockeys and ride only 10 percent of all race starts.
Only two percent ride at the elite level of Triple Crown races. During the s amateur "ladies only" events held in Victoria, Australia , women were not permitted to ride as professional jockeys or on professional tracks.
Although women jockeys were barred from riding at registered race meetings, in the mids Wilhemena Smith rode as Bill Smith at north Queensland racecourses.
She was nicknamed Bill Girlie Smith because she arrived on course with her riding gear on under her clothes and did not shower on course. It was only at the time of her death in that the racing world was officially told that Bill was really Wilhemena.
Subsequent inquiries proved that William Smith was actually a woman who had been born Wilhemena Smith in a Sydney hospital in Elizabeth Williams Berry rode in Melbourne and internationally, disguised as a boy and using the name, Jack Williams.
During the late s restrictions against female trainers were lifted in Australia, but female jockeys were still confined to "ladies only" events, which were held on non-professional tracks.
The Victoria Racing Club in permitted women jockeys to be registered for professional "ladies only" events. In racing rules in New Zealand were amended to permit women jockeys.
In Australia Pam O'Neill and Linda Jones, in , were the pioneers that forced jockey club officials to grant women the right to compete on an equal footing in registered races against men.
They were unquestionably the first women jockeys to be licensed to ride in the metropolitan areas of Australia. Previously women had been riding against men in Australia at the unregistered "all-height" meetings.
Pam created a world record for any jockey, male or female, when she rode a treble at Southport on her first day's riding.