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Steve Davidowitz

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Columnist and and Or Racing Edito...

Phone: (203) ***-****  HQ Phone
The Racing Times
1102 E Main Street #28
Meriden, Connecticut 06450
United States

Company Description: We are a Digital Online Magazine that covers auto racing. We will be covering all of the National Traveling Series (Sprint Cup, Nationwide Series, Camping World...   more
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Online Sports Betting provided by Las Vegas Sports Betting also 2006 Super Bowl Gambling
www.lasvegassportsbetting.com, 9 Nov 2010 [cached]
Steve Davidowitz Online Sports Betting provided by Las Vegas Sports Betting also 2006 Super Bowl Gambling
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STEVE DAVIDOWITZ
Steve Davidowitz has been a professional handicapper, reporter, editor, consultant, and columnist for more than three decades. He is the author of the influential and best selling handicapping book Betting Thoroughbreds, which he updated a few years ago to cover modern handicapping situations and a variety of advanced exotic wagering strategies.
A highly touted baseball star at Rutgers University who lost a potential pitching career due to a freak boating mishap, Davidowitz has a wide ranging background that includes solo travel to Cuba as a teenager; scuba diving in the Caribbean; playing folk guitar in the clubs of New Orleans; and photographic magazine covers and exhibitions of his work. As a single parent, Steve also raised his son, Brad, now a corporate program analyst in Minneapolis, married with two children.
Davidowitz says he "began to major in horse racing studies at Rutgers University, Garden State Park Division", when a New Brunswick, New Jersey, bookmaker gave him a copy of the 1959 American Racing Manual. Some 40 years later, Davidowitz would help Daily Racing Form bring that prestigious annual back to print as the ARM's editor from 2000-03.
An active horseplayer who manages a pick six syndicate, Steve has contributed articles to The New York Times and been a featured columnist and/or racing editor for Turf and Sport Digest magazine, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, The Oakland Tribune, The Philadelphia Journal, The Racing Times, the St Petersburg Times, and the Houston Post, among other publications.
Today, Davidowitz writes handicapping columns for DRF Simulcast Weekly, trackmaster.com, and other outlets on the Internet. In addition to his horse-race writings and commentaries, Davidowitz is the co- author of They Can't Hide Us Anymore with singer/songwriter Richie Havens.
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Horse Racing Cash Back program | Race tracks | Steve Davidowitz
2004 Horseplayers Expo DVD | Daily Racing Form | Horseracing | Handicapping
www.drf.com, 10 Feb 2005 [cached]
STEVEN DAVIDOWITZ has been a leading professional handicapper, reporter, editor, consultant and racing columnist for three decades.He is the author of the influential handicapping text "Betting Thoroughbreds," which he updated and substantially expanded a few years ago to cover modern handicapping situations and a wide range of advanced exotic wagering strategies.An active player who manages a pick 6 betting syndicate, Davidowitz also helped DRF bring the American Racing Manual back to print as Editor from 2000-2003.He has served as acolumnist/ handicapper and racing editor for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Oakland Tribune, Philadelphia Journal, St. Petersburg Times and Houston Post among other publications.A photographer and avid folk jazz guitarist, Davidowitz also is co-author of "They Can't Hide Us Anymore" with singer/ songwriter Richie Havens.
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Today, Davidowitz writes handicapping columns for DRF Simulcast Weekly, trackmaster.com and The HorsePlayer Magazine.He is currently completing an autobiographical book to be published in 2005.
Daily Racing Form - Press Releases
www.drfpress.org, 1 Dec 2006 [cached]
In DRF Press's latest book release The Best and Worst of Thoroughbred Racing, acclaimed author and handicapper Steve Davidowitz gives us passionate answers to all of these questions with a series of wide-ranging lists spiked by entertaining anecdotes and probing essays that shed light on the sport's most brilliant and most controversial human and equine performers since the early 1950's.
In The Best and Worst of Thoroughbred Racing ($24.95), Davidowitz reveals many new insights and behind-the scenes details about the greatest performances of the modern era, many of which he witnessed in person. Davidowitz not only starts and attempts to settle arguments about the sport's most talented racehorses and horsemen, he takes aim at the sport's rascals and reprobates in an industry that too often fails to address and resolve its most troubling issues.
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STEVE DAVIDOWITZ has been a professional handicapper, reporter, editor, consultant, and columnist for more than three decades. He is the author of the influential and best-selling handicapping book Betting Thoroughbreds, which he updated a few years ago to cover modern handicapping situations and a variety of advanced exotic wagering strategies. Davidowitz says he "began to major in horse-racing studies at Rutgers University, Garden State Park Division," when a New Brunswick, New Jersey, bookmaker gave him a copy of the 1959 American RacingManual. Some 40 years later, Davidowitz would help Daily Racing Form bring that prestigious annual back to print as the ARM's editor from 2000-03. An active horseplayer who manages a pick-six syndicate, Steve has contributed articles to The New York Times and been a featured columnist and/or racing editor for Turf and Sport Digest magazine, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, The Oakland Tribune, The Philadelphia Journal, The RacingTimes, the St. Petersburg Times, and the Houston Post, among other publications. Today, Davidowitz writes handicapping columns for DRF Simulcast Weekly, trackmaster.com, and other outlets on the Internet. In addition to his horse-race writings and commentaries, Davidowitz is the co-author of They Can't Hide Us Anymore with singer/songwriter Richie Havens.
Daily Racing Form - Press Releases
www.dailyracingform2000.com, 1 Dec 2006 [cached]
In DRF Press's latest book release The Best and Worst of Thoroughbred Racing, acclaimed author and handicapper Steve Davidowitz gives us passionate answers to all of these questions with a series of wide-ranging lists spiked by entertaining anecdotes and probing essays that shed light on the sport's most brilliant and most controversial human and equine performers since the early 1950's.
In The Best and Worst of Thoroughbred Racing ($24.95), Davidowitz reveals many new insights and behind-the scenes details about the greatest performances of the modern era, many of which he witnessed in person. Davidowitz not only starts and attempts to settle arguments about the sport's most talented racehorses and horsemen, he takes aim at the sport's rascals and reprobates in an industry that too often fails to address and resolve its most troubling issues.
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STEVE DAVIDOWITZ has been a professional handicapper, reporter, editor, consultant, and columnist for more than three decades. He is the author of the influential and best-selling handicapping book Betting Thoroughbreds, which he updated a few years ago to cover modern handicapping situations and a variety of advanced exotic wagering strategies. Davidowitz says he "began to major in horse-racing studies at Rutgers University, Garden State Park Division," when a New Brunswick, New Jersey, bookmaker gave him a copy of the 1959 American Racing Manual. Some 40 years later, Davidowitz would help Daily Racing Form bring that prestigious annual back to print as the ARM's editor from 2000-03. An active horseplayer who manages a pick-six syndicate, Steve has contributed articles to The New York Times and been a featured columnist and/or racing editor for Turf and Sport Digest magazine, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, The Oakland Tribune, The Philadelphia Journal, The Racing Times, the St. Petersburg Times, and the Houston Post, among other publications. Today, Davidowitz writes handicapping columns for DRF Simulcast Weekly, trackmaster.com, and other outlets on the Internet. In addition to his horse-race writings and commentaries, Davidowitz is the co-author of They Can't Hide Us Anymore with singer/songwriter Richie Havens.
NTWA | National Turf Writers Association
www.turfwriters.org, 26 Dec 2006 [cached]
Finally, longtime NTWA member Steve Davidowitz's new book, The Best and Worst of Thoroughbred Racing, was published on December 19 by DRF Press.
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Author Steve Davidowitz, who has seen and known them all, answers these provocative questions and hundreds more, but that's just the beginning of the opinions and observations in The Best and Worst of Thoroughbred Handicapping. Davidowitz, a veteran reporter, columnist and handicapper who has worked and gambled at dozens of American racetracks, is a passionate lover of the racing game--and an equally passionate critic of its shortcomings. In addition to starting and settling arguments about the sport's most talented people and racehorses, Davidowitz takes aim at its rascals and reprobates and at an industry that too often fails to address and resolve its issues.
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After four decades as an astute handicapper and journalist, Steve Davidowitz has an answer to all of these questions--and many more.
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"I gotta book right here... As if horseplayers didn't have enough to argue about every day at the track, now comes along Steve Davidowitz with the champion argument-starter of all time.
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Steve Davidowitz has been a professional handicapper, reporter, editor, consultant, and columnist for more than three decades. A member of the National Turf Writers since 1973, Steve is the author of the influential and best-selling handicapping book 'Betting Thoroughbreds', which he updated a few years ago to cover modern handicapping situations and a variety of advanced exotic wagering strategies. A highly touted baseball star at Rutgers University who lost a potential pitching career due to a freak boating mishap, Davidowitz has a wide-ranging background that includes solo travel to Cuba as a teenager; scuba diving in the Caribbean; playing folk guitar in the clubs of New Orleans, and photographic magazine covers and exhibitions of his work. As a single parent, Steve also raised his son, Brad, now a corporate program analyst in Minneapolis, married with two children. Davidowitz says he "began to major in horse-racing studies at Rutgers University, Garden State Park Division," when a New Brunswick, New Jersey, bookmaker gave him a copy of the 1959 American Racing Manual. Some 40 years later, Davidowitz helped Daily Racing Form bring that prestigious annual back to print as the ARM's editor from 2000-2003. An active horseplayer who manages a pick-six syndicate, Steve has contributed articles to The New York Times and been a featured columnist and/or racing editor for Turf and Sport Digest magazine, the Minneapolis Star Tribune, The Oakland Tribune, The Philadelphia Journal, The Racing Times, the St. Petersburg Times, and the Houston Post, among other publications.
Today, Davidowitz writes handicapping columns for DRF Simulcast Weekly, trackmaster.com, and other outlets on the Internet. In addition to his horse-race writings and commentaries, Davidowitz is the co-author of 'They Can't Hide Us Anymore' with singer/songwriter Richie Havens.
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