About The Author

Jim Mazur is the author of several meet-specific handicapping books including seven annual editions of The Gulfstream Handicapper. He also has penned the only handicapping book relating to the Breeders' Cup. Mazur has been a guest columnist for the Miami Herald and has appeared on ESPN2 and the Meadowlands television show. A graduate of Duke University with a major in business, he resides in Cooper City, Florida with wife Davia, sons Andy and Brian, and faithful Golden, Jessie.

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