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Jonathan Stettin

About Jonathan Stettin

Jonathan and Past the Wire have a weekly segment on The It’s Post Time Radio show with JJ and Samm Graci. Jonathan has also been a guest on the Dave Johnson and Bill Finley radio show, Down the Stretch, and Pass the Buck with Buck Grottano. He’s also appeared on Racetrackers with Bill Gottimer, and was a regular handicapper and analyst on The Elite Racing Network. In addition to writing his weekly Past the Wire column, Jonathan also writes features for US Racing. Jon absorbed a lot in those early years at Saratoga, and it brought him up close and personal with some great horses, notably Ruffian, Secretariat, Seattle Slew, Slew O’ Gold, Forego, and many others. Jonathan has developed Past the Wire into a highly respected and leading column in The Sport of Kings. His Tracking Trips is a useful tool in the arsenal of many handicappers and horse players.

Winx Wins Again

2017-08-19T09:55:02+00:00 August 19th, 2017|

Winx just wins. Even a bad start could not stop her from getting 18 in a row and remaining undefeated. I so hope we get a chance to see her here in the Breeders' Cup or even Royal Ascot next year. Read more about Winx here.......

War Horse The Pizza Man Retired

2017-08-19T09:49:31+00:00 August 19th, 2017|

The Pizza man, who delivered on many occasion, and who had a huge heart and gave his all has been retired. Deservedly so. A great example of heart in a racehorse. Read about The Pizza Man here.....

Always Dreaming dreaming of Travers

2017-08-19T09:29:22+00:00 August 19th, 2017|

Always Dreaming who hasn't won since his perfect rip Kentucky Derby triumph is confirmed to be on target for the Travers. A win in the mid summer classic would thrust the colt right back to the head of the three year old class, but that may be easier said than [...]

Practical Joke Back to One Turn

2017-08-10T07:55:25+00:00 August 10th, 2017|

Practical Joke is going back to what he seems to do best, one turn. He is being pointed to the Allen Jerkens Memorial formerly the Kings Bishop on Travers day. talk about the right spot! Read about Practical Joke here...