Stacie Clark–Rogers,

Stacie Clark, raised in Ontario, Canada, is the daughter of Thoroughbred trainer Joan Clark and owner Peter Clark. Growing up around Thoroughbred racing, her parents’ passion for the industry soon became her own.

Stacie started working at the racetrack over the summers while attending university. While galloping horses in the mornings and working in the Media and Publicity Department in the afternoons, horses took up almost all of her time.

After graduating with Combined Honors in Media Communications, Stacie went on to work in the Toronto, Ontario Film and Television industry. After four years in the field and as an assistant editor, her career in television was put on hold in order to ride professionally as a jockey.

From 1993 through 1996 Stacie rode in Ontario and was nominated for the 1994 Sovereign Award as Outstanding Apprentice in Canada.

When Woodbine Racetrack expanded its television department in 1999, a natural crossover as an Associate Producer and Racing Television Commentator presented itself. During her tenure, Stacie worked on Sovereign Award winning productions “Woodbine Entertainment Live” and “Woodbine Racing Live”.

In more recent years, Stacie’s focus has turned to the development of Thoroughbred retirement initiatives and implementation of equine aftercare programs.  In 2004, as Thoroughbred Retirement Program Manager at Adena Springs, the first ever in-house retirement program was created. These efforts have resulted in numerous industry recognition awards for both Adena Springs and Mr. Frank Stronach. Stacie was also directly involved in the implementation and management of the aftercare programs at Gulfstream Park and Santa Anita Park. 

In 2013, Stacie produced HRTV’s Eclipse Award winning, Emmy nominated documentary “Saratoga War Horse”.

Stacie Clark served on Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance board since its inception, served as chair of the accreditation committee for a year and half, and in November 2014, Stacie became the TAA’s operations consultant.