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Joseph is a former flat racing jockey. He rode his first winner at the age of 16 on Johann Zoffany, trained by his father, Aidan at Leopardstown Racecourse on 28 May 2009. Joseph gained his first classic success when Roderic O'Connor won the 2011 Irish 2,000 Guineas.

He was one of three jockeys who shared the Irish champion apprentice jockeys' title in 2010.

In 2012 Aidan and Joseph, 19, became the first father-son/trainer-jockey combination to win the Epsom Derby, with Camelot. He was Irish Champion Jockey in 2012 with 87 winners. In October 2013, Joseph broke a 20-year-old record with a treble at Navan to get his 117th winner of the season and beat the previous record set by Mick Kinane. He finished the 2013 season with 126 winners and retained his Irish Champion Jockey title.

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