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Jack Meagher, 81, masseur to famous athletes, horses

By Tom Long
Globe Staff / March 10, 2005

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Jack Meagher, a sports masseur who handled both horses and humans, has died. Mr. Meagher, known as the father of equine sportsmassage, is remembered for applying his well-oiled hands to horses all over the world. He died of cardiopulmonary arrest Sunday in Sea View Retreat in Rowley at the age of 81. (Full article: 672 words)

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