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Joel, Jack Barnato (1862 - 1940)

Breeder (B),  Owner (O)

Also Known As:  J B Joel

Associated Places:  Wantage,Berks; Foxhill Stable,nr Swindon Wilts; Northaw House, Potters Bar, Middlesex (stud); Childwick Bury Stud, St Albans

Description:

Mr J B Joel, son of an East-end publican, went to South Africa as a young man and became a millionaire there. He returned to England and supervised his vast financial interests in the City. His business covered mines, breweries, collieries in South Africa and gold and diamonds. Jack Joel was extremely successful with his racing and breeding interests and his horses won almost every important contest in the Racing Calendar. He was Champion Owner on 3 occasions.

His horses were trained in a private stable at Wantage by Charles Morton. When Morton retired in 1924 he was succeeded by his former assistant Charles Peck, who had trained for Jack Joel's brother, Mr Solomon Joel. In 1929 Mr J B Joel bought the Foxhill Stable to where his string was transferred. His stud was at Northaw House in Middlesex and then the Childwick Bury Stud near St Albans. Colours - black, scarlet cap

Important successes:

2000 Guineas
Sunstar   1911   (B)
Sunstar   1911   (O)
1000 Guineas
Jest   1913   (B)
Jest   1913   (O)
Princess Dorrie   1914   (B)
Princess Dorrie   1914   (O)
Derby
Sunstar   1911   (B)
Sunstar   1911   (O)
Humorist   1921   (B)
Humorist   1921   (O)
Oaks
Our Lassie   1903   (B)
Our Lassie   1903   (O)
Glass Doll   1907   (B)
Glass Doll   1907   (O)
Jest   1913   (B)
Jest   1913   (O)
Princess Dorrie   1914   (B)
Princess Dorrie   1914   (O)
St Leger
Your Majesty   1908   (B)
Your Majesty   1908   (O)
Black Jester   1914   (B)
Black Jester   1914   (O)
Other major race(s)
(featuring horses in this database)
Coronation Cup, Epsom  Dean Swift   1909   (O)
 

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