/Tag: wagering

Nuggets For Simulcasting

2019-07-24T04:52:06-05:00July 23rd, 2019|

Cliff Notes for Simulcast Betting By Mike Valiante I am old enough to remember the days at the track that not only were pre-internet, but pre-simulcast. Betting was limited to the 9 or 10 live races.  The additional betting opportunities available today online or at a simulcast parlor are like [...]

I Can’t Wait

2016-11-19T00:23:44-05:00December 16th, 2014|

By Jonathan Stettin I have often said there is no bigger advantage in horse racing than knowing a short priced horse that won’t win. With the wagering menus and platforms we have today, we are somewhat limited in the way we can capitalize on those scenarios. One of the worst [...]

No Apology Necessary

2019-06-05T09:37:24-05:00January 4th, 2014|

    Here it is. The very first column written by Jonathan Stettin. This was the "piece" that started what is now Past the Wire and Jonathan's weekly columns on the Sport of Kings. The column was written as a guest column on Dan Tjordman's old site "Danonymous Racing." It [...]