Bill Jones

Jones, of Dallas, Texas, began breeding Appaloosa World and National show champions in the 1950ís before switching to race horses in 1959.  Sine then, he has breed and owned some of the best runners in the breed; largely because of his stallions Bull Nunneley and I Love Willie, two of racings most influential sires.  Through Jonesí careful breeding program, he produced such champions as Undercover Willie, Noteno, Mundo Dinero, Just Like Willie, Built Tough and Mr. Keck.  Jones remains active in racing as evident by another Bull Nunneley foal, Wing It, the 1989 ERC 2-year-old Supreme Champion.  In all, Jones-bred horses, which should continue to lead racing in the 1990ís, have earned more than $1.6 million on the track.  

 

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