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

Kentucky Derby early 3-year olds to keep an eye on

Kentucky Derby early 3-year olds to keep an eye on

posted on January 16, 2018 by

Across the Board | As racing fans have begun to realize, the annual march toward the Kentucky Derby is off and running. That’s because the Derby is a race exclusively for 3-year-olds and we already have seen a handful turn in some noteworthy performances.

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From Rutgers to the horse racing scene

From Rutgers to the horse racing scene

posted on January 09, 2018 by

Across the Board | Several readers recently asked me to spell out how I got started in horse racing, if I win and how I became an author of handicapping books and columns. So, here goes:

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The relatively new Pegasus World Cup big way to start new year

The relatively new Pegasus World Cup big way to start new year

posted on January 02, 2018 by

Across the Board | As we start a New Year, horse racing fans are likely to turn their attention toward two things – one relatively new, the other more than a hundred years old.

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Try new handicapping systems for 2018 horse racing

Try new handicapping systems for 2018 horse racing

posted on December 26, 2017 by

Across the Board | It’s seems a good time for players to consider new ways to improve their chances for success in 2018. Many avid players recently have asked me what I might suggest to help them see what they are doing wrong and if there are ways to come up with new approaches.

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The best horse racing I watched in 2017

The best horse racing I watched in 2017

posted on December 19, 2017 by

Across the Board | The 2017 year in thoroughbred racing was filled as usual with dozens of excellent performances by fit and ready racehorses, excellent jockeys who rode through traffic and other obstacles, as well as so many trainers who worked tireless hours getting horses into tip top shape.

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