Mercurial Lad blitzes them again
It was never the plan. Tear away to a 10-length lead, run the field ragged and then hold on for a gutsy win.
That ... Read More
Mercurial Lad delivers at Randwick
Mercurial Lad made every post a winner as he notched up a thoroughly deserved city success in fading light at ... Read More
Reign Over Me gets the job done
Reign Over Me has broke her long awaited maiden at Canberra on Sunday.
Remaining over the mile for her thirst ... Read More
Darts Away wins Adaminaby Cup
Darts Away has chalked up his seventh career win by taking out the 2018 Adaminaby Cup.
The win made it back to ... Read More
Mookareena wins at the Snake Gully Carnival
Mookareena has descended on her rivals to claim victory in the Class 1 Handicap at Gundagai on the first day of ... Read More
Tyres Are Crucial takes out the Hair Of The Dog feature
Tyres Are Crucial has finished right over the top of them to claim the BM 65 Hair Of The Dog at Gundagai on the ... Read More
Disturbance wins Dubbo Cup
Former Kiwi galloper Disturbance has provided a new PB in Australia by running away with the Dubbo Gold Cup at odds of ... Read More
Croix De Vie wins third Federal
Croix De Vie has landed his third win in the rich Canberra Federal which is great initiative the Canberra Race ... Read More
Almost Court wins Canberra Cup
Almost Court has lived up to his name and led from start to finish to win the $130,000 Canberra Cup (2000 metres), ... Read More
Melberra Stars at Kembla Grange
Melberra Star has maintained her brilliant fresh record when she surprised many with a blitzing performance ... Read More
Dutchesse Moshe salutes on debut
Dutchesse Moshe has led throughout to win at Wagga Wagga on debut. Racing in the market following her sharp ... Read More
Almost Court completes the hat-trick
Almost Court has again made a mess of his rivals, this time utilizing versatility as he took a sit and stormed over the ... Read More
Damagic breaks the maiden tag
After three trainer changes and sixteen starts with eight placings, JJR has finally gotten a win out of Damagic and a ... Read More
Darts Away gives Scorse first winner for JJR
Darts Away has again proven his dominance on the Synthetic, making it two straight in a matter of ... Read More
"Realise your dream with the JJR Team"
Canberra's newest training trio - Joseph, Jones & Jones!
After six years "off and on" as foreman to Barbara Joseph and Paul Jones, son and younger brother Matt Jones has officially joined the family team as a third co-trainer.
Matt has a passion for racing and is a highly experienced horseman, bringing his own set of skills to the partnership. To be able to pull on three different sets of skills puts Joseph, Jones & Jones in a formidable position, the sum of their experience will undoubtedly enhance the operations of the stable to the benefit of the horses and their owners.
Barbara has been referred to as "one of the trail-blazers for women in the racing industry". Since being granted her licence in 1975 she became the first female trainer to win the Group 1 Doncaster Handicap with Merimbula Bay. This highly regarded and respected woman has also been the recipient of an Australian Sports Medal for her outstanding contribution to thoroughbred racing in Australia and in 2004 was made an Honorary Ambassador for Canberra by the Chief Minister Jon Stanhope for her integrity, professionalism and selflessness in serving the Canberra community.
Paul obtained his own training licence in 2009. With a very small team of horses, he had his first runner in November 2009 and on 6th January 2010, Universal Boy became Paul's first winner (at Randwick no-less). At the commencement of the 2010-2011 racing season Paul and Barbara formally joined forces in a training partnership.
The stable has just had it's strongest season to date with much success both on and off the track. Former Kiwi galloper Almost Court notched his sixth win since joining the stable to secure the 2018 Listed Canberra Cup, most certainly a stable highlight. The gelding now with his sights set on some bigger races in September and should the stars align, the Caulfield Cup.
The Joseph and Jones training operation has also recently expanded to include the Sapphire Coast where it will soon host up to 15 horses in training. This expansion will compliment the existing JJR facilities at Thoroughbred Park and the agistment, spelling and pre-training facilities offered at their 3000 acre Bombala property.
Racing is a way of life for Barbara, Paul and Matt and this is reflected in their approach. The racing experience is there to be enjoyed and it is a natural thing for owners to dream of their horse winning a race. The JJR motto "Realise your dream with the JJR Team" says to owners that to dream of owning a winner is achievable. The euphoria of winning a country maiden is no less than winning a race in the city. With this in mind, there is great emphasis on placing horses where they have a winning chance.
Joseph & Jones Racing has in excess of 300 owners at present and invite you to participate in the thrill of racing a horse. Partnerships and syndicates, both offered by JJR, are affordable ways of experiencing that thrill. It is a great way to make new friends and have fun. Each year, JJR sponsor a race day at Thoroughbred Park for their owners where a sit-down lunch and greats of the turf provide an amusing insight into the race game.
Horses Currently Available
Sire: Star Witness Dam: Cinquante Cinq
2 year old Chestnut Filly
Sire: Star Witness Dam: Cinquante Cinq
INGLIS CLASSIC YEARLING SALE 2018 PURCHASE - LOT 322
Bonus Schemes: BOBS Eligible and Inglis Race Series
We were excited to secure this this ...
Sire: Dream Ahead Dam: Deelites
Sire: Dream Ahead Dam: Deelites
2 year old Gelding
Passed in at Classic Sale and Secured after the sale for $30k
Bonus Schemes: Inglis Race Series
UPDATE Another win to Lady Pluck in February 2019 and heading to Melbourne...
Sire: Spill the Beans Dam: Miss Barwang
We purchased this cracking colt at the Magic Millions Gold Coast yearling sale this January 2019 for $55k inc MM raceday eligibility pay up.
His sire Spill the Beans is a son of champion sire Snitzel and was a Group 2 winner of the Grand Prix Stake...
Sire: Shamexpress Dam: Stitchentyne
In a recent visit to New Zealand Barb and Peter attended the New Zealand Bloodstock 2yo Ready to Run sale and secured this 2yo filly by O'Reilly's promising sire son Shamexpress. Shamexpress was a Group 1 winner in Australia of the VRC Newmarket H...
Sire: Choisir Dam: Songstar
We were excited to be able to secure the 1/2 brother to our up and coming stable star EMBEZZLEMENT by Champion sire Choisir at the Inglis Classic sale. His dam Songstar is by Super sire in Galileo and she is 1/2 sister to Champion Race mare in SUN...
Sire: Shooting to Win Dam: Puerto Vallarta
A well balanced neat walking colt by the exciting new Sire in Shooting to Win who is already producing stakes performing progeny in his first season as a sire. Shooting to Win was a Group 1 winner of the stallion making Caulfield Guineas 1600m and...
|Mercurial Lad||Apr 06||1||Royal Randwick||Field|
|Dutchesse Moshe||Mar 24||7||Muswellbrook||Field/Form|
|Pride Of Kalaru||Mar 23, 2019||4 - Canberra||0.20||Ms C Gravener|
|Moss The Boss||Mar 08, 2019||8 - Sapphire Coast||0.50||Simon Miller|
|Boston Ivy||Feb 16, 2019||3 - Orange||0.80||Q Krogh|
|Moss The Boss||Feb 14, 2019||3 - Wagga||2.00||Simon Miller|
|Dutchesse Moshe||Feb 08, 2019||4 - Albury||1.50||Ms C Gravener|
|Croix De Vie||11||Mar 23, 2019||7 - Canberra||7.40||B P Ward|
|Inch Perfect||8||Mar 23, 2019||7 - Canberra||4.40||Simon Miller|
|Pride Of Kalaru||1||Mar 23, 2019||4 - Canberra||0.20||Ms C Gravener|
|Exemplary Lad||9||Mar 23, 2019||3 - Canberra||13.50||Ms C Gravener|
|Athonis||3||Mar 21, 2019||5 - Albury||1.70||Ms C Gravener|