Past the Wire is the Horse Racing column where Professional Handicapper Jonathan Stettin shares his knowledge, experience and passion for The Sport of Kings. This is where you will find Horse Racing’s most interesting and well informed columns and articles on every aspect of the game. Jonathan tackles everything in the sport unbiased, with a unique insight that stems from his vast experience in so many areas of Thoroughbred Racing. It is truly Horse Racing Uncensored. The column is widely read and is also picked up by many other publications. Jonathan shares his handicapping prowess as a well chronicled, successful, and respected professional player, as well as his thoughts and opinions on all that is Horse Racing. His stories are nothing short of fascinating tales of real racetrack experiences that have to be read to be appreciated. Reading Past the Wire will teach you more than any handicapping books, and entertain you with a lifetime of Runyunesque like real life racetrack stories that are book and movie worthy. Jonathan will introduce you to jockeys, trainers, owners, gamblers, and other participants in this great game of skill. He’ll show you the highest highs, and lowest lows in his often imitated, never duplicated style. This is the life he’s chosen.
Past the Wire is also your source for Thoroughbred Racing and Breeding News and events.
We are also the home of Tracking Trips, the best Trip Notes, Track Bias Information, and Spot Plays in the game. Jonathan Stettin also offers individual and group handicapping seminars and instruction. This is beneficial to players at all levels. Visit our online store or e mail Jonathan directly with any inquiries at email@example.com
Publisher, Editor – Jonathan Stettin
Writer – Jonathan Stettin
Handicapper – Jonathan Stettin
Administrative Support – Jeanie “Blondie” Hedges
Pastor, IT Consultant, Media and Marketing Consultant, Videographer – Josh Lotzenhiser
Writer, Handicapper – Amy Nesse
Writer, Historian, Consultant Attorney – William G. Gottimer
Consultant – JJ Graci
Handicapper – Mark DiLorenzo Jr.
Handicapper – Marc Verderame
Photographs Courtesy of:
- Breeders’ Cup LTD
- Coady Photography
- NYRA Photo
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