May 28, 2023
Millionaire Jonesboro Dies At 21 On Old Friends

Previous Mates, Thoroughbred retirement farm in Georgetown, Ky. introduced that ranked winner Jonesboro died on the farm on Thursday, Could 25, 2023.

The 21-year-old stallion was discovered useless in his pasture within the morning. Post-mortem outcomes are awaited.

Jonesboro was raised by Jayeff “B” Stables and was born on March 15, 2002, in Kentucky.

The maroon stallion was the son of Sefapiano, Commander of My Mom by the Excessive Command. Jonesboro’s dam, Mother’s Command, was owned and run by Peter Fuller and had an impressive racing profession. Amongst his achievements, he gained the 1985 New York Filly Triple Crown with Fuller’s daughter Abby driving him. Mother’s Command was named the 1985 Eclipse Champion 3-12 months-Previous Mare and was inducted into the Corridor of Fame in 2007.

Jonesboro was bought by Michael Langford for $27,000 within the 2003 Keeneland September One-12 months Sale and was put into the care of Randy Morse, who would practice the horse for Langford his total profession.


Jonesboro didn’t win his 2-year-old season in 2004, however then gained three races in a row. Whereas operating at Oaklawn Park, she broke her virginity with a victory in a 3-year-old maiden particular weights race in 2005. He adopted up with a Northern Spur Breeders’ Cup Stakes (Listed) win for his first betting win.

In 2006, the now 4-year-old driver earned an allowance by requesting an non-compulsory race on the Louisiana Downs to finish his three-race streak. Later that yr he gained the Sam’s City Stakes (on the Checklist) at Delta Downs.

In 2007, at age 5, he took wins within the Essex Handicap (G3) at Oaklawn, his first place bets win and a repeat win within the Sam’s City Stakes (Black Kind).

He had his finest season in his 6-year marketing campaign in 2008. Razorback Handicap (G3) at Oaklawn, Governor’s Handicap (Black Kind) at Ellis Park, Tiznow Handicap (Listed) at Louisiana Downs and Remington Park Dash Championship Stakes (Listed) at Remington Park gained.

He got here again in 2009 on the age of seven and scored the largest win of his profession when he captured the Grade 2 Prairie Meadows Cornhusker Handicap. He additionally gained the Texas Mile Stakes (G3) on the Lone Star that yr.

He competed seven instances on the age of 8 in 2010. His finest end was third within the Oaklawn Handicap (G2). He then retired after ending final within the Premier Cup Handicap (Listed) at Zia Park.

In his seven-year profession, he had 14 wins, 11 seconds, four-quarters, and $1,550,685 earnings in 50 profession begins.

Stud started his profession in 2011 and completed on the Lake Hamilton Equine in Royal, Ark.

When Jonesboro retired in 2022, Previous Mates realized he would possibly retire. The farm was contacted, preparations made, and Jonesboro arrived at Previous Mates on September 11.

When he arrived, Previous Mates president and founder Michael Blowen stated, “Like most of us, Jonesboro owes lots to his mom. Mother’s Command was owned by Peter Fuller, who additionally ran the Dancer’s Picture marketing campaign. Peter contributed $500 to Previous Mates. Once we first began. Her daughter, Abby, who rides on my mother, is a lifelong good friend.”

Abby Fuller, who has adopted Jonesboro’s profession along with her father, stated when she heard of Jonesboro’s demise, “She was completely attractive. She was identical to her mom. I believe she’s had an ideal life, all her life. She’s been very nicely behaved and I am glad it is ending on Previous Mates. His mother is unquestionably in horse heaven with Mother’s Command, and I hope Dad’s on the market watching them mess around.”

Blowen stated, “Jonesboro was proof that nepotism is necessary in Previous Mates. His mom, Mother’s Command, was one among my all-time favourite racehorses, and Peter Fuller and his daughter Abby have been our first supporters. And his Oaklawn Park connections took such excellent care of him. He shall be missed like so many others.”

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