Joined 12 years ago from Santa Barbara, CA
Hi, I'm John Devereux, a writer and blogger from Santa Barbara, California. If you've had a look at my articles, you've probably guessed that my interests include Horse Racing, Investing and Finance, Golf, Books, and Sports.
If you like my writing, you might want to hop on over to my blog about news, reviews, sports, politics, and anything else that catches my fancy.
22 months ago
If you haven't been to a race track in person, then you're missing out on some of the greatness of the thoroughbred racing experience. Every horse racing fan should visit these ten great race tracks at least once in their life.
12 years ago
Looking for a dead simple horse racing system that will allow you to quit your job and make a living betting the horses in just 10 minutes a day? Good luck with that! For as long as humans have bet on horse racing there have been system sellers...
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