Welcome To

Joseph & Jones Racing (JJR)


Joseph & Jones Racing commenced operations in July 2010 when Barbara Joseph and her elder son Paul Jones formed a training partnership.

Barbara has been a very successful trainer since being granted a licence in 1975 and Paul, who has grown up with horses as an integral part of his life, obtained his licence to train in late 2009. They train out of a large, modern complex at Thoroughbred Park in Canberra.

Racing is a way of life for Barbara and Paul 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, Barbara and Paul put great emphasis on placing horses where they have a winning chance.

Joseph & Jones Racing has in excess of 300 owners at present and Barbara and Paul 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.

"Realise your dream with the JJR Team"

Stable News

Stable Runners

22 April 2014 - WAGG
AL BADIA
22 April 2014 - WAGG
OUR CRACKER
22 April 2014 - WAGG
MR TANGALANGA
22 April 2014 - WAGG
STREET MONEY
22 April 2014 - WAGG
CHASING CHARLIE

Recent Results

Goulburn - 3rd
PUNTERS PRIDE
Gundagai - 1st
AL AHMAR
Cowra - 1st
CHASING CHARLIE
Sapphire Coast - 2nd
GIVEN NO HOPE
Sapphire Coast - 3rd
SMILING AT SHADOWS
Sapphire Coast - 2nd
REGENTS PARK
Albury - 2nd
JUST A BLUR
Wellington - 1st
ZERZURA
Canberra - 2nd
MR TANGALANGA
Wagga Riverside - 2nd
ALAWA
News from Racing and Sports
Berry And McDonald Toast Of The Championships
Tommy Berry described Queen Elizabeth Stakes day at Randwick as the pinnacle of his career after a Group One double that enabled him to share the prized medal named in honour of his late brother.
Last 400m Highlights Randwick and Caulfield 19 April 2014
Check out the last 400m of the action from Saturday’s races in Sydney and Melbourne.
Queen Elizabeth Stakes Interviews - It's A Dundeel
Post race interviews with part owner John Messara, trainer Murray Baker and jockey James McDonald.
Sydney Cup Interviews - The Offer
Post race interviews with the connections of The Offer including part owner Rob McClure, trainer Gai Waterhouse and jockey Tommy Berry.

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