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

Hopefully post position draw doesn't mess up Justify pick

Hopefully post position draw doesn't mess up Justify pick

posted on May 02, 2018 by

Across the Board | I feel confident the horse to beat in this Derby will be Justify. Beyond Justify’s positive credentials there are more than a half-dozen Derby horses that deserve strong consideration for possible Trifecta and Superfecta plays.

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With all the Kentucky Derby hype, don't ignore the Oaks

With all the Kentucky Derby hype, don't ignore the Oaks

posted on April 24, 2018 by

Across the Board | While the 144th running of the Kentucky Derby is attracting almost all of the media attention, the 144th running of the Kentucky Oaks may prove to be an equally compelling betting race.

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Fix Hall rule to allow Pletcher in

Fix Hall rule to allow Pletcher in

posted on April 17, 2018 by

Across the Board | When trainer Todd Pletcher’s Magnum Moon won Saturday’s $1 million Arkansas Derby – with a 98 Beyer Speed Figure – he remained undefeated and now will go to Louisville, with the most qualifying points for the Kentucky Derby.

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Hall of Shame without Pletcher

Hall of Shame without Pletcher

posted on April 10, 2018 by

Across the Board | Although trainer Todd Pletcher has won more than 4,000 races since the mid-1990’s and been voted the nation’s top trainer seven different years, he is not yet a member of Thoroughbred Racing’s Hall of Fame.

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Mendelssohn steals the Thunder

Mendelssohn steals the Thunder

posted on April 03, 2018 by

Across the Board | While the main attraction in horse racing on Saturday, March 31, presumably was Thunder Snow’s victory in the $10 million Dubai World Cup, that performance was overshadowed by the 3-year-old Mendelssohn’s victory...

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