He had no appetite to jockey for power with those running the communications team in Chicago.
And my father is a jockey so when I saw his picture I knew it was a grandstand at a racetrack.
Major corporations and businesses such as Samsung jockey to secure cutting-edge deals with him worth millions.
1520s, "boy, fellow," originally a Scottish proper name, variant of Jack. The meaning "person who rides horses in races" first attested 1660s.
1708, "trick, outwit, gain advantage," from jockey (n.) perhaps from its former additional sense of "horse trader" (1680s). Meaning "to ride a horse in a race" is from 1767. Related: Jockeyed; jockeying.