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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

27 April 2015 - QBYN
A GOOD HEART
27 April 2015 - QBYN
ZERZURA

Recent Results

Wagga - 2nd
CHASING CHARLIE
Wagga - 3rd
BANK ON HENRY
Wagga - 2nd
BECAUSE WE ALL CAN
Wagga - 3rd
NRIANGI
Goulburn - 2nd
LOYAL TOAST
Gundagai - 1st
ALAWA
Canberra - 1st
OUR CRACKER
Muswellbrook - 1st
CHEROKEE WARRIOR
Muswellbrook - 3rd
BECAUSE WE ALL CAN
Albury - 3rd
NO SMUDGE
News from Racing and Sports
Leebaz underlines Doomben Cup credentials
Sydney galloper Leebaz has made his own luck to enhance his Doomben Cup claims with a narrow Hollindale Stakes win.
Srikandi returns in style in Gr 2 Victory
Srikandi has confirmed she will a leading chance for the Group One sprints during the Brisbane winter carnival with a first-up win at the Gold Coast.
Moor guides Authoritarian to St Leger win
Daniel Moor has given Authoritarian the perfect front-running ride to give Lee Freedman his second VRC St Leger victory at Flemington.
Big Tree surprises in Ken Russell Memorial
The $61 outsider Big Tree has delivered a knockout blow his more-fancied rivals in winning the Ken Russell Memorial Classic at the Gold Coast.

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