Steve Davidowitz

Gaming Today Steve Davidowitz

Steve Davidowitz has covered racing since Secretariat, lives in Vegas, and is the author of the best selling "Betting Thoroughbreds for the 21st Century". He recently completed a new book – “Cashing Big on Racing’s Biggest Days.” Should you wish to purchase a personally autographed copy, please send Steve a note for details: SteveDavidowitz@GamingToday.com

Quality Breeders Cup information starting to show

Quality Breeders Cup information starting to show

posted on October 03, 2017 by

Across the Board | Last Saturday was a very busy day for top quality horses from coast to coast. There were, in fact, more than three dozen stakes, including 15 Graded events, eight of which were Grade-1’s.

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Baffert continues road to success

Baffert continues road to success

posted on September 26, 2017 by

Across the Board | Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert shipped two good horses from his Southern California base to run in a pair of $1 million races at Parx Racetrack on Saturday, and he left with a win and a second.

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Secretariat's owner Chenery passes; Amy's Challenge victorious at Canterbury

Secretariat's owner Chenery passes; Amy's Challenge victorious at Canterbury

posted on September 19, 2017 by

Across the Board | On Saturday, there were two stories about female newsmakers in horse racing. One revolved around the death of Penny Chenery, the woman who owned and managed Secretariat. The other was the stakes victory at Canterbury Park by Amy’s Challenge.

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Gun Runner, Arrogate only older horses that deserve to be favored for Breeders

Gun Runner, Arrogate only older horses that deserve to be favored for Breeders

posted on September 12, 2017 by

Across the Board | Horse racing just completed its annual meets at Saratoga and Del Mar. Yet, those popular sessions have only served to whet our appetites for so many tight contests during the next 7.5 weeks.

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Closing notes from Saratoga, Del Mar

Closing notes from Saratoga, Del Mar

posted on September 05, 2017 by

Across the Board | At Saratoga, 2016’s jockey champion Jose Ortiz defeated his brother Irad for the 2017 title and Todd Pletcher scored a narrow win for the training title over 2016 training champ Chad Brown. 

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