Officials at the Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) have announced changes and additions to the organizations Board of Directors.
Doug Cauthen, who has previously served on KEEP’s executive committee, has been named new Chairman of the Board of Directors. A founding member of KEEP, Cauthen will be joined in leadership of the Board of Directors by Ken Jackson, who will be Vice Chair. Jackson, a partner of Kentuckiana Farms and Lexington Horse Sales, also serves on the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission.
“I am excited about the new additions and changes to KEEP’s Board of Directors,” said Elisabeth Jensen, KEEP executive vice president. “KEEP’s influence grew leaps and bounds under Corey Johnsen’s tenure as Chairman and we will continue to build on that success with Doug Cauthen and Ken Jackson’s leadership.”
Johnsen, the immediate past-Chairman of the Board of Directors, will serve as Chairman of KEEP’s legislative committee, which also advises KEEP’s advocacy and policy goals.
Also added to the Board were: Town & Country Farms’ Kiki Courtelis; bloodstock agent David Ingordo; Dan Real, regional president of Caesar’s Entertainment; Coolmore America’s Adrian Wallace.