A male waiting servant; a servant who attends on a gentleman's person; a body servant.
Called the gentlemanâ€(tm)s gentleman; a not inappropriate title in view of his status as an upper servant. His job was to get his masterâ€(tm)s clothes out, to keep his shoes and hats in good shape, to stand behind him at dinner if required and accompany him on his travels, the male equivalent of a ladyâ€(tm)s maid.
a manservant who acts as a personal attendant to his employer; "Jeeves was Bertie Wooster's man"
serve as a personal attendant to
Employee who takes care of a jockey's clothing and tack.
A person employed by a racing association to clean and care for a jockey's tack and other riding equipment.
A stand or rack often containing a fitted coat hanger for jackets, hats and a tray for other gentlemens accouterments.
A person who helps jockeys keep their wardrobe and equipment in order.
An employee who takes care of a jockey's equipment, sees to it that the right silks are at his locker, that the rider has the proper weight in his lead pad, carries the saddle and equipment to the paddock and helps the trainer in saddling the horse, meets the rider after the race and carries saddle and equipment back to the jockey's room.
The person who attends the riders and keeps their wardrobe and equipment in order.
A person who assists a jockey by keeping his clothing and equipment in order.
Valet and Varlet are terms for male servants.