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Jumpin Joseph

Jumpin Joseph
Sire Pago Pago
Dam Skinny Minny
Grandsire Matrice
Damsire Ponder
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1966
Country Canada
Color Chestnut
Breeder William R. Beasley
Owner Warren Beasley
Trainer Robert S. Bateman
Record 21: 9-2-3
Earnings $127,216
Jumpin Joseph is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Skinny Minny by Pago Pago. He was born around 1966 in Canada, and was bred by William R. Beasley.
Major wins

Display Stakes (1968)
Fleur de Lys Stakes (1968)
Grey Handicap (1968)
Achievement Handicap (1969)
Queenston Stakes (1969)
Toronto Cup Handicap (1969)
Marine Stakes (1969)

Canadian Classic Race wins:
Queen's Plate (1969)
Canadian Horse of the Year (1969)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Jumpin Joseph (foaled 1966 in Ontario) is a Canadian Thoroughbred Champion racehorse. He was bred by William Beasley and raced by his son, Warren. Out of the stakes-winning mare, Skinny Minny, a daughter of the 1949 Kentucky Derby winner, Ponder, he was a son of Australian sire Pago Pago whose racing wins included the 1963 Golden Slipper Stakes.

Trained by Bobby Bateman, as a two-year-old, Jumpin Joseph won stakes races at his home base at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto. At age three his wins included Canada's most prestigious race, the Queen's Plate [1] and a track record equalling victory in the Achievement Handicap. The colt's 1969 performances earned him Canadian Horse of the Year honors.

Retired from racing, Jumpin Joseph stood at stud in Canada until being sent to breeders in Australia for the 1975 season. He met with limited success as a sire.



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