Christopher Jack, a New Zealand-Born Munnings Colt
Christopher has an in-depth background in ocean and atmospheric science, specializing in high-performance computing facilities and modeling. Additionally, Christopher has experience researching urban contexts as they pertain to climate risk.
Jack and Lem were driving through Connecticut country lanes when they suddenly felt an unfamiliar car approaching from behind them. Fearful for their lives, they quickly swerved into a driveway before scrambling out.
Early Life and Education
Christopher Jack was born and raised in White Plains, New York and attended St. Paul the Apostle Pre K through 8th Grade in Yonkers before proceeding on to Archbishop Stepinac High School for High School studies where he excelled on baseball while also cultivating his love of music.
Rose Kennedy distanced herself both geographically and emotionally from Jack during his four-year stay at Choate; she didn’t want him there alone as an isolated individual who eventually emerged as a powerful leader.
He made connections with other boys who would later be labeled Muckers–boys unwilling to adhere to time-tested gold-plated Choate standards for decency, cleanliness, sportsmanship, piety and politeness. Kirk LeMoyne Billings was among their ranks; one could call him one of their finest representatives.
Christopher Jack has held numerous roles within a variety of organisations. With an emphasis on leadership and customer experience, as well as the capacity to steer operational change that yields smooth outcomes to drive revenue-driving operations, Christopher excels at managing change effectively while remaining cost effective.
At Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas Hospital in London he earned his medical qualification alongside playing professional rugby for Saracens. Subsequently he underwent orthopaedic training at South East Thames hospitals like Guy’s and St Thomas; Brighton; King’s College Hospital before undertaking an Australian Fellowship year with Bill Walter at Mater Clinic where they specialize in young adult hip surgery.
He is well known in hip and knee pathology circles and actively involved in research pertaining to young adult hips as a member of the British Hip Society.
Achievement and Honors
Jack Christopher, a Munnings colt trained by Chad Brown and owned by Jim Bakke, Gerald Isbister and Coolmore Stud made an unforgettable impression at the 2021 Saratoga Meet with an impressive win in a six-furlong maiden race heavilly favored by Chad. As a result, this victory qualified Jack Christopher to compete in Belmont Park’s Grade 1 Champagne Stakes on October 5.
Christopher Jack earned specialist orthopaedic training at Guy’s, St Thomas’ and King’s Hospitals in London before going on to the Mater Clinic in Australia for further fellowship training. Specializing in hip surgery of young adults as well as preservation measures he has performed numerous hip replacements, arthroplastys and cadaver research procedures worldwide as part of this field, receiving international acclaim and winning several awards for scientific contributions.
Respecting his family’s wish for privacy, little is known about Jack’s private life. However, it has been reported that he remains close to Lily-Rose and frequents an Auckland pub regularly.
Jack entered Choate School a fragile boy without many allegiances, yet left four years later as a masterful ringleader. He created a group of boys known as The Muckers who pledged their allegiance to him as they would to Robin Hood or King Arthur; their namesakes.
He is a founding member of the JACK Quartet and has performed with several groups such as Alarm Will Sound, Cellar and Point, International Contemporary Ensemble, Ne(x)tworks and Talea. Additionally he writes music that explores harmonic possibilities within an expanding universe of just intonation; recording both solo and chamber works over his career.
Vanessa Paradis is so proud of Jack for his outstanding acting abilities in Yoga Hosers that they even missed the premiere of her film to stay with and care for him.
Chris has played for Canterbury in both the National Provincial Championship and its successor, the Air New Zealand Cup; Crusaders in Super Rugby; Saracens in England Premiership; All Blacks of New Zealand national team and St Louis Cardinals (Major League Baseball). Additionally he toured with both organizations.
His height and weight are both 202 cm and 112 kg respectively, and his estimated net worth is estimated to be in the region of $1.5 million. His sources of income include endorsements, brand promotions, content uploads and commercials on Instagram, Twitter and Tik Tok.