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"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.


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Spirit Of Boom X Grawlix Colt

Spirit Of Boom X Grawlix Colt

2 year old Grulla Colt

Sire: Spirit of Boom Dam: Grawlix

1 year old Colt

Sire: Spirit Of Boom Dam: Grawlix

1 year old Grey Colt

MAGIC MILLIONS ADELAIDE 2018 PURCHASE - LOT 55

Type: Yearling
Bonus Schemes: Magic Millions Race Series

Spirit of Boom is certainly living up to his name as he is the BOOM stallion...

Star Witness X Cinquante Cinq

Star Witness X Cinquante Cinq

2 year old Chestnut Filly

Sire: Star Witness Dam: Cinquante Cinq

1 year old Chestnut Filly        

Sire: Star Witness Dam: Cinquante Cinq      

INGLIS CLASSIC YEARLING SALE 2018 PURCHASE - LOT 322

Type: Yearling

Bonus Schemes: BOBS Eligible and Inglis Race Series

We were excited to secure this this ...

Delago Deluxe X Ze Choice Gelding

Delago Deluxe X Ze Choice Gelding

2 year old Bay Colt

Sire: Delago Deluxe Dam: Ze Choice

INGLIS CLASSIC YEARLING SALE 2018 PURCHASE - LOT 233

Type: Yearling

Bonus Schemes: BOBS Eligible and Inglis Race Series

We were excited to secure this this strong and athletic gelding from the strong Newhaven Park draft at the Inglis Classic Yearling...

Dream Ahead X Deelites Gelding

Dream Ahead X Deelites Gelding

2 year old Bay or Brown Colt

Sire: Dream Ahead Dam: Deelites

Sire: Dream Ahead   Dam: Deelites            

1 year old Gelding

Passed in at Classic Sale and Secured after the sale for $30k 

Type: Yearling
Bonus Schemes: Inglis Race Series

UPDATE NOW A HALF BROTHER TO A GROUP PLACED FILLY LADY PLUCK

 We manag...

Merc

Merc

2 year old Brown Colt

Sire: Knight Exemplar Dam: Mercury Lady

2 year old Brown Gelding            

Sire: Knight Exemplar                Dam: Mercury Lady (NZ)           

INGLIS SCONE YEARLING SALE 2018 PURCHASE - LOT 57

Type: Yearling

By Knight Exemplar the Group 2 placed and son of Exceed a...

Farage

Farage

3 year old Chestnut Gelding

Sire: Eurozone Dam: Abba

2 year old Chestnut Gelding

Sire: Eurozone Dam: Abba

INGLIS Ready to Run SALE 2017 PURCHASE - LOT 49

Type: 2yo

Bonus Schemes: BOBS Eligible and Inglis Race Series

Mumma Mia weren't we delighted to get our top pick at the recent Inglis Ready to Run sale...

Upcoming Runners

Horse Date Race Track Fields/Form
Weights
Onaroll Nov 16 7 Gundagai Field
She's All In Nov 16 7 Gundagai Field
Mookareena Nov 17 4 Gundagai Field
Acceptances
Darts Away Nov 16 7 Gundagai Field/Form
Mercurial Lad Nov 16 7 Gundagai Field/Form
Rock On Zariz Nov 16 7 Gundagai Field/Form
Mookareena Nov 16 5 Gundagai Field/Form
Havelka Nov 16 1 Gundagai Field/Form
She's All In Nov 16 1 Gundagai Field/Form
Onaroll Nov 17 1 Gundagai Field/Form
Dark Alibi Nov 17 2 Gundagai Field/Form
Withorn Nov 17 2 Gundagai Field/Form
Tyres Are Crucial Nov 17 6 Gundagai Field/Form
Inch Perfect Nov 18 6 Canberra Field/Form
Tyres Are Crucial Nov 18 6 Canberra Field/Form
Critical Touch Nov 18 2 Canberra Field/Form
Smiling At Shadows Nov 18 5 Canberra Field/Form
Future Dreams Nov 18 3 Canberra Field/Form
Onaroll Nov 18 3 Canberra Field/Form
Withorn Nov 18 7 Canberra Field/Form

Recent Winners

Horse Date Race Margin Jockey
Athonis Nov 01, 2018 3 - Sapphire Coast 0.80 Simon Miller
Rock On Zariz Oct 20, 2018 5 - Bombala 4.80 Aaron Sweeney
Disturbance Sep 16, 2018 8 - Dubbo 0.80 M A Cahill
Athonis Aug 10, 2018 7 - Canberra Acton 2.80 Qin Yong
Le Sacre Blur Aug 05, 2018 4 - Gundagai 0.20 Nick Heywood

Latest Results

Horse Finished Date Race Margin Jockey
Reign Over Me 4 Nov 13, 2018 2 - Queanbeyan 4.10 M A Cahill
Trapper Tom 6 Nov 13, 2018 1 - Queanbeyan 4.70 B P Ward
D'Beak 6 Nov 06, 2018 9 - Royal Randwick 4.30 Ms R Prest
Critical Touch 8 Nov 06, 2018 8 - Canberra 8.60 Simon Miller
Inch Perfect 3 Nov 06, 2018 4 - Canberra 0.60 Simon Miller

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