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Started 4/21/11 by TripCrown73; 275554 views.
turelsm

From: turelsm

4/21/11

bless you
i feel so badly he was climbing a glass mt last summer
when all were celebrating his rachel.alexandra
. made me weep-he loved the spectacle of it all

blessings for the holidays to you and your family
i think you are going down to sacred territory
please put me in your pocket
i will miss you all
i have my work cut out for me here..
sigh.. tap tap tap klipity klop---

turelsm

From: turelsm

4/21/11

ahhhh makes me cry all over again
.. his barn was bustling all the time and i noted his absence
suddenly he wasnt in the crowd
and i knew he was home in bed...
Derby132

From: Derby132

4/21/11

Thank you Jess Jackson for playing the game your way.

For calling out injustices when you found them.

For the thrills you gave us with Curlin and Rachel and all of your stars.

For giving Rachel her run at immortality.

We witnessed your love of the game and the sportsmanship and graciousness you extended.

You will be missed.

Amy (1pony)
Staff

From: Amy (1pony)

4/21/11

That was a nice look into his name, thanks Cindy.
Lorene1950

From: Lorene1950

4/21/11

So sad to hear the news of Mr Jackson passing. What an amazing life this man lived. A great winemaker, and a man that truely love his TB horses. RIP sir, you will be missed. Thank you for all you did, you have left a great legacy.
Lorene
mimi6920

From: mimi6920

4/21/11

Wow Cindy, that was great. Good job of expressing the wonderful things Jess did for his horses and his sport.
Derby132

From: Derby132

4/21/11

This is wonderful.  And he has left a legacy.

George Bolton eulogizes Jess Jackson

http://www.thoroughbredtimes.com/national-news/2011/04/21/bolton-jackson-eulogy.aspx

  • Edited 4/21/2011 8:05 pm ET by Derby132
Derby132

From: Derby132

4/21/11

Jess Jackson discusses breeding better racehorses:

 

Potsdam2

From: Potsdam2

4/21/11

Wow, I knew he had been low-profile recently, but I had no idea how sick he was. It is too bad that he did not get to see the RA-Curlin foal, but he definitely saw the action (interest in the sport) that he stirred up with each of them. Hats off to Mr. Jackson for that.
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