Earle Mack

Earle Mack is the Senior Partner and CFO of the Mack Corp., a commercial real estate manager and developer. 
  • He was U.S. ambassador to Finland from 2004-2005. 
  • He is on the board on several arts organizations, including the New York City Ballet and the Dance Theatre of Harlem. He also produced films “Hard Choices” and “She Dances Alone.” 
  • He has been reappointed to the New York Racing Association’s Board of Directors. 
  • He graduated from Drexel University and attended Fordham Law.
  • He owned 1993 Canadian Triple Crown winner Peteski. 
  • He campaigned Group1-winner Electrocutionist before selling him to Godolphin. The horse went on to win the 2005 Dubai World Cup. 
  • He also owned Mr. Light, a world record holder at a mile on turf who was perfect in four starts at Gulfstream, including the 2005 Appleton Handicap (G3).  
  • Other stakes performers include November Snow, 1992 Test and Alabama winner, and Icabad Crane, third in the 2008 Preakness Stakes behind Big Brown. 
  • The inaugural Earle Mack Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation Champion Award was given to Frank Stronach in 2011 for his efforts regarding racehorse retirement.