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Handicapping is the challenge of determining the winner of a race based on past performances. Fort Erie Race Track's Handicapper and Paddock Analyst Ashley Mailloux provides a race day Tip Sheet to help with your racing selections. See Ashley's picks below before each race day.
Sunday, September 15
The Sunday program has a total of seven races on the program and from a betting perspective, the best race of the day appears to be the last which attracted a large field of eleven runners. Don’t forget to join us after the races for the Basset hound races! Best of luck to all the horses, their connections, and everyone wagering on today’s card! -Ashley Mailloux
To read more, download Ashley's Tip Sheet below
Ashley Mailloux first fell in love with horse racing as a toddler while attending the races with her parents at Fort Erie Race Track. She soon found herself travelling to different tracks across North America and so far, has crossed more than thirty racetracks off her list. Originally from Buffalo, New York, Ashley attended Transylvania University and completed a degree in mathematics, and in May 2018 graduated with a Master of Science in applied mathematics from the University of Dayton. During that time, she assisted several trainers who shipped in to both Churchill and Keeneland and was featured as a guest handicapper for several handicapping events. Ashley has regularly attended the races at Fort Erie Race Track over the past two decades and looks forward to sharing her selections again this season.