Past the Wire Growth Continues

Past the Wire Continues trending upward in terms of readership, subscribers, and has established itself as a trusted source of information within the Thoroughbred Racing industry.
By: Past The Wire
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Sept. 10, 2018 - PRLog -- Past The Wire through their website of the same name, and more recently adding a YouTube channel, " Past The Wire," has continued to provide uniquely insightful articles, columns, and broadcasts on just about all there is within the Sport of Kings. With subscribers nearing 20,000 their growth has been steady and consistent.

Director of Media Relations, Nick D'Agostino had this to say;

"Jonathan Stettin wrote weekly columns for a few years after launching the site. That is not easy to do, while always consistently delivering a fresh and also unique perspective which stems from years of experience on the racetrack in many different facets. Since I came on board I have tried to increase our brand of content by adding additional talented people who also have a lot to bring to the table and like Jon, are anything but cookie cutter. I believe we did that with Kaitlin Free and I am thrilled to announce we are doing it again and will be offering our loyal and appreciated readers and supporters even more."

Mr. D'Agostino continued;

"Gino Buccola will now be contributing both podcasts on our YouTube channel Past The Wire and handicapping previews right on the site Past The Wire. Gino really does not need an introduction in our sport. For those who do not know, Gino was an analyst for TVG, Elite Racing Network, and also a co-host on the Mike Abadir radio show. He has built up a solid reputation as an expert analyst and excellent handicapper."

"In addition to Gino we have also added John DaSilva. John also need no introduction to any follower of Horse Racing. He was the long time handicapper for the NY Post, and is currently the Morning Line Odds maker at Parx. In addition to being an excellent handicapper, John knows where all the bodies are buried in this game and write a great article. We are delighted he is with us."
The last addition at least for now is George Sette. While George is not as well known in the industry ......"yet"..... he is a childhood friend of Jonathan Stettin and has been going to the racetrack and handicapping astutely for many years. If Jon says he's good, then you know he is good. George has been handicapping and writing in depth analysis for a while now to a small and select group of friends and followers. We are happy to bring his wealth of knowledge and detailed analytical thinking to the table."

In closing Nick had this to say;

"I am comfortable in stating our content is as good or better than anyone out there in our industry. It is only a matter of time until the large majority of people in this game realize that. We talk about things people avoid, and our take is almost always unique, and based on years of experience. Our broadcasts are enjoyable and insightful for anyone in the sport at any level. Our columns, articles, and news have something for everyone. Nobody does it with more passion and more real. Like Jon says be with us."

Nick D'Agostino
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