Thomas Borel Has Been Missing Since January 12, 2019
Captain Thomas Borel’s family is seeking assistance in finding their son who has been missing since January 12th at Tripler Army Medical Center where he was an unpaid second year resident in psychiatry.
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Early Life and Education
Joseph Richmond Borel was the son of Joseph Richmond Borel and Dorothy Katherine Holmes Lumpkin and had resided in Woodville his whole life, attending Kirby High School there and remaining an active member of First Baptist Church, Gideons International and Woodville VFD.
Borel began his early career in engineering before transitioning into politics. Between World Wars I and II, he became closely identified with radical-socialist ideas and actively worked to popularize them among a wider audience. Borel became especially prominent during this time frame for educational reform movements as an active member of Societe des Sciences de la Democrate and Academy of Sciences where he served as deputy director. Furthermore, he served on the governing body of Ecole Normale superieure.
Borel was a captain in the United States Army and employed as a psychiatrist, but went missing on January 12, 2019. Authorities suspect he may have been under significant stress at work and was experiencing emotional turmoil at the time he disappeared.
He began his career as a thoroughbred jockey in South Louisiana, an area known for producing top riders such as Randy Romero and Kent Desormeaux. Between 1995 and 2005 he became one of Oaklawn racetrack’s premier riders, winning several races including Apple Blossom Handicaps and Fantasy Stakes races.
He began performing ballet two seasons ago with Fort Wayne Ballet and has performed in pas de deux’s for Black Swan, Don Quixote, Sleeping Beauty, Giselle Romeo Juliet Spartacus among many others.
Achievement and Honors
Joseph Borel has won over 4,300 races over his illustrious career and earned $83.8 million. This success included riding Street Sense to victory at the 2007 Kentucky Derby – finishing two and one-quarter lengths ahead of Hard Spun and Curlin; in 2009 he also rode Rachel Alexandra, setting a new stakes record in winning Preakness Stakes race; these successes combined total $83.8 million earned.
He has received many awards and recognition throughout his career for his dedication and commitment to his craft and clients.
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Thomas Borel resided in Woodville, Louisiana. He was married to Liana Weigand and together had one child: Thomas was last seen disappearing on January 12, 2019 possibly due to mental health concerns.
Borel became widely beloved among fans and the media after winning both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes on various horses, becoming known for his unique riding style and close connection with each one he rode.
Borel dedicated much of his later life to writing fiction, publishing several works such as Rhapsodies (1832), Champavert, Contes Immoraux (1833) and Madame Putiphar (1839). His works were heavily influenced by Charles Baudelaire’s spiritual aesthetic and would later influence Surrealist writers.
Calvin Borel is an immensely successful American jockey with many admirers. Throughout his career he has won multiple races including two Kentucky Derby victories as well as numerous others like Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, Street Sense Miss Isella and Arkansas Derby.
John also rode Rachel Alexandra during a Preakness Stakes race, becoming only the second jockey ever to ride two different horses for the Triple Crown within one year. John boasts an impressive net worth accumulated through racing career earnings and other activities; he enjoys fame among fans.