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Jean Emerson

President of the Florida Chapter

U.S. Harness Writers Association

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U.S. Harness Writers Association

736 KENT WAY

Smyrna, Delaware,19977

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Poet

Posterous Inc


Affiliations

Maine Standardbred Owners

Founder


New England Harness Hall of Fame

Member


Northeast Harness News

Founder


Breeders Association

Founder


Web References(31 Total References)


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"That mile simply was remarkable to witness," said Jean Emerson, a pioneer in the creation of the Maine Breeders Stakes program and Hall of Fame member of the United States Harness Writers Association.


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"That mile simply was remarkable to witness" said Jean Emerson, a pioneer in the creation of the Maine Breeders' Stakes program and Hall of Fame member of the United States Harness Writers of America, "As the caliber of bloodstock improves in Maine speed has finally begun to creep into the trotting side of our Breeders' Stakes program.


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The Allen J. Finkelson Award for great contributions to the promotion of the Standardbred industry will go to Jean Emerson, who has been involved in and who has promoted the sport through newspaper and magazine articles since she arrived in Florida and Pompano Park more than 20 years ago.Emerson is always willing to help horse people on the backstretch and at the training centers.She has served for years as the president of the Florida Chapter of the U.S. Harness Writers' Association, and as the chairperson for the annual dinner and scholarship fundraiser. For more information, to purchase tickets, or to place a congratulatory ad in the program, please contact Steven Wolf at the Pompano Park Marketing Office, at (954) 972-2000, ext. 1206, or contact Jean Emerson or Rosie Huff at the Florida Standardbred Breeders and Owners Association office, or at the qualifying races at Pompano Park.


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"What a wonderful idea," commented Jean Emerson, a former editor of the Northeast Harness News and a native of Saco, Maine who now lives in Pompano Beach, Fla.Emerson is also the immediate past president of the Florida Chapter of the U.S. Harness Writers.In recent years Pooler served the Maine Standardbred Breeders and Owners Association by providing photos for Maine's harness racing Web page, maineharnessracing.com, and she also wrote articles on Maine's Web site, had her own photography Web site, and was the photographer who took the color photographs for the annual Maine Harness Racing Promotion Board calendar.Memories of Pooler run deep.She loved taking photos of horses and tranquil scenes.We'll think of her every time we look at the promotional calendar, with her work being displayed with each passing month, and each time we visit Scarborough Downs, a place she spent much of her time.At her request, in lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Rockin T. Equine or the Pooler Fund, P.O. box 2140, Scarborough, Maine.Her passing leaves a real void in promoting the sport she loved through her photograpic brilliance, and whomever penned the phrase "you get out of life what you put into it" must have had Pooler in mind.Return to the Newsroom's Front Page


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"To Veggies We Pledgee" performed at mixed arts event sponsored by Jean Emerson of the Willow Glen Writers' Group, sung by Linda Carney and Herschel Higgins, 1996.


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