Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this docu-soap accentuates the drama in its subjects' personal and professional lives, so viewers can expect some shows of temper (yelling, knocking stuff down, etc.) and plenty of tears. Jockeys often discuss the danger inherent in horse racing, and some scenes show accidents that send both horse and rider skidding across the ground. In heated moments, language is a concern (though words like "f--k" are bleeped). On the positive side, the series includes two women -- who are in the minority in this typically male-dominated profession -- among its seven-jockey cast.
The series follows the jockeys' personal lives as well as their professional ones, so some scenes show couples kissing. Two jockeys are dating and live together.
The show plays up the dangers of jockeys' work, and some scenes show racing accidents that send horses and their riders tumbling to the ground.
Sporadic use of (bleeped) expletives like "ass" and "f--k."
Competitive banter sometimes turns into heated outbursts among the jockeys. Personal drama is exploited for entertainment value. The group of featured jockeys includes two women and five men.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Adults often drink alcohol at parties and celebrations.