Groom Elite

An educational program supported by financial contributions from The Jockey Club, Groom Elite educates and enhances horsemanship skills for grooms and caregivers.

The Jockey Club Scholarships

The Jockey Club offers five academic scholarships for students interested in pursuing a career in the Thoroughbred industry. The awards total $76,000 annually.

University of Arizona Race Track Industry Program

The Jockey Club supports the University of Arizona Race Track Industry Program, the only program of its kind offering a bachelor's degree and master's degree centered on the racing industry, through sponsorship of its annual Global Symposium on Racing & Gaming and by offering The Jockey Club Jack Goodman Scholarship.

The Jockey Club Internships

The Jockey Club hosts up to three paid interns per summer in its offices in Lexington, Ky., and New York, N.Y. Interns gain exposure to all companies and departments within the organization, and they have the opportunity to spend additional time in areas that they find to be of particular interest.

Ed Brown Society

The Jockey Club became an Ed Brown Partner in January 2024. The Ed Brown Partnership is the highest level of participation in support of the work of the Ed Brown Society that an organization can attain. The mission of the Ed Brown Society (EBS) is to celebrate the rich history of African-Americans in the equine industry and to create opportunities for young people of color to gain industry exposure, training and experience. EBS offers scholarships and internships to students who demonstrate interest, skills and commitment to become trainers, farm managers, equine veterinarians, bloodstock agents, and business professionals in all aspects of the Thoroughbred industry.

Amplify Horse Racing

Amplify Horse Racing is dedicated to amplifying education, mentorship, and career opportunities in the Thoroughbred industry for young people.