The Kentucky Race Track Chaplaincy, a Christian ministry serving Kentucky and Southern Ohio Thoroughbred race tracks, is seeking an experienced and dynamic Executive Director to lead our organization in its next phase of growth. The Executive Director will be the chief operations manager for a well-established, mission-based non-profit serving those who work on and around these Thoroughbred race tracks.
The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of success in non-profit management, with experience in fundraising, grant writing, and program development. They will be an excellent communicator with strong leadership skills and the ability to build relationships with stakeholders at all levels.
The Kentucky Race Track Chaplaincy is a ministry of presence, providing for the spiritual and physical needs of all people in the horse racing industry and their families through Christian ministry. If you are passionate about making a difference in the horse racing industry and have the skills and experience we are looking for, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.
The job description is available here
Resume and Cover Letter should be sent to email@example.com
We serve most of the major race tracks in Kentucky as well as one in Ohio.
We need individual volunteers, churches and organizations to help in many ways.
Chaplains began serving at Kentucky race tracks about 51 years ago with the founding in 1972 of the Race Track Chaplaincy of America, a non-profit interdenominational organization. As the ministry grew, the Kentucky division of the chaplaincy was formally established in 1989. Today, the interdenominational ministry has chaplains serving at Churchill Downs, Ellis Park, Turfway Park, Kentucky Downs and Belterra Park (Southern Ohio) race tracks as well as various thoroughbred training centers in Kentucky.
“I had many wonderful experiences during my 32 years as a thoroughbred jockey but my work with the chaplaincy is decidedly more rewarding and fulfilling. Thank you sponsors, partners, and supporters from every corner of this ministry. God bless!”
- Hall of Fame Jockey, Pat Day