Betty Joseph started showing horses with her parents and grandparents when she was young. In 1959, she married Jim Joseph.
Thinking it would be a good investment, in 1965 Joseph applied for an Equine Ranching Contract; her sons are operating under the same contract today.
With the death of her husband in 1970, and four children under 10 ten years to raise, Joseph relied on the equine contract and her cattle herd.
“Betty along with her mom, dada and helping hands kept the farm viable and growing,” wrote her son, Gordon Joseph.
In 1972 Joseph began breeding percherons.
In 1982, Joseph added a herd of purebred Simmental cattle into the farming business.
Over the years, Joseph traveled extensively to many horse shows often purchasing horses, several of them champions.
Joseph was a member of the Elkhorn Agricultural Society, the Elkhorn Chamber of Commerce and several other local organizations.
And, in later years, she still found time to cheer on her grandchildren at hockey, soccer and baseball games and
Betty Joseph died on July 4, 2004.
|2023 AWARD||Shawne Hagan|
|2022 AWARD||Faye and Daryl Horn|
|2019 AWARD||Kim and Grant Gee|
|2018 AWARD||Cathy Gerrand and Duncan Campbell|
|2017 AWARD||Everett More|
|2016 AWARD||Jim and Elaine Hyde|
|2015 AWARD||Rick and Paddy White|
|2014 AWARD||Doug Sexsmith|
|2013 AWARD||Geraldine Fowler|
|2012 AWARD||Morris Clarke|
|2011 AWARD||Lyle Brown|
|2010 AWARD||Darrell Nolan|
|2009 AWARD||Sherald Joynt|
|2007 AWARD||Donna Hunter|
|2006 AWARD||Wilf Dryden / Murray Peel|
|2005 AWARD||Betty Joseph / Don Gee|
|Ron & Merle Coleman||Arnie Andrews||Ray Dryden|
|Dino Fontana||Ken Brown||Don Brown|
|Don Brown||Bea Lowe||Wilf Van Loo|
|Bob and Arlene Ross||Jack and Carol Forsyth||Betty Joseph|
|Wilf Dryden||Donna Hunter||Darryl Nolan|
|Orville Fowler||John Clarke||Bill and Pearl Brown|
|Lloyd Robinson||Stu Taylor||George Sproat|
|Ken Horn||Vern MacFarlane||Bill and Gail McQuaker|
|Ed Page||Don and Marg Gee||Murray Peel|
|Cecil Brown||Sherald Joynt||Lyle Brown|