Dan Tordjman is a freelance writer, blogger, handicapper and founder of the horse racing website, DanonymousRacing.com. Dan is "beyond thrilled" to be joining America's Best Racing as a Brand Ambassador in New York. He has worked tirelessly to promote racing on his site and strongly believes in the mission of ABR. "For a while now, I've devoted myself entirely to getting new fans into horse racing and getting long time fans and horse players excited about the game again," he said. "Now, I feel like I'm a part of something so much bigger. I'm not just one voice but rather one of many voices committed to the same amazing goal." Dan was a double major at Syracuse University and graduated with degrees in Communications & Rhetorical Studies and Broadcast Journalism. He has spent much of the past decade traveling the country while working in the TV industry. While working at an NBC News affiliate in South Carolina, he met his amazing wife, Marti. She has been a constant source of support and has encouraged Dan to continue pursuing his mission in racing, even when it's meant poorly timed trips to racetracks from Churchill Downs to Woodbine. Through the use of social media and a strong network he already has in his native hometown of New York, Dan is focused on building new relationships that result in the growth of horse racing's fan base. Dan has shown the ability to effectively interact with people who are new to the game and to get people involved in it. He's encouraged dozens of people to write stories for his website, detailing why they love horse racing and how they fell in love with it. He also uses his site as a forum for handicapping, to host fun contests and to write features of his own about personalities in the industry that capture the very best of what horse racing has to offer. Dan also hopes to wave the ABR flag while promoting multiple charitable causes that are vital to the success and integrity of horse racing. He has already coordinated fundraisers that have raised thousands of dollars for the Permanently Disabled Jockey Fund and several off the track Thoroughbred organizations.