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Mike Superstein from the Racing Edition

Mike Superstein, representing, brings a unique perspective to his selections, having spent his entire adult life in the Thoroughbred industry. While attending San Diego State University, Superstein worked as an intern at Del Mar in 1976. After graduating, he became assistant Publicity Director at Golden Gate Fields in 1977. Later that year, he accepted a position at Oak Tree and Santa Anita Park in the publicity department. When longtime handicapping icon Ernie Mason retired in 1983, Superstein took over his syndication. Superstein's selections have appeared over the years in such publications as The Daily News, South Bay Daily Breeze, Orange County Register, San Diego Union-Tribune, Pasadena Star News, North County Times and Long Beach Press-Telegram. Superstein has been the leading public handicapper numerous times. He also became the first Southern California newspaper handicapper to sweep the card, a feat he has now accomplished three times. He once selected 13 straight winners over a three-day period.

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