Mike Bozich got his start announcing greyhound races at The Birmingham Race Course in 1998. After a stint in radio in the Chicago land area (where he grew up), he went to Hazel Park Raceway. There, he worked in many capacities including announcer for 10 years. He is now going on his third season as the track announcer at Harrah's Philadelphia.
Bob "Goldsheet" Eppich joins the Post Time with Mike and Mike team as a member of their Handicappers' Corner. He will provide weekly Monday night analysis of Northfield Park.
Bob is a graduate of Bowling Green State University, he coupled his degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. with his keen eye for handicapping horse races. His consistent, top notch selections, quickly earned him a following from coast to coast. Goldsheet Bob now shares his knowledge with us!!
Garnet Barnsdale is the DRF contributor for the Woodbine/Mohawk circuit in Canada and has written for many publications around North America. Barnsdale helps the duo by providing insight and analysis to races, while also helping with pre/post-race reporting.
Mailloux completed her math degree at Transylvania University in Kentucky before completing her Masters of Science in Applied Mathematics, which she received at the University of Dayton.
She has served as a guest handicapper for several special events, including most recently the Preakness Stakes broadcast at Pimlico Race Course. She is currently the paddock analyst at Fort Erie Race Track and a freelance analyst for the Maryland Jockey Club.
Mailloux began her stint with Post Time in 2019 working with their broadcast team to present their live remotes throughout the season.
Mike Carter started practicing calling races in the grandstand at Colonial Downs, before becoming the caller at Shenandoah Fair. He got his first pari-mutuel announcing job at Buffalo Raceway, where he served in a variety of roles. After a two-year stint in Bill country, Mike accepted a position at Northfield Park as the Asst. Director of Mutuels and back-up race announcer. Carter is currently the Social Media and Publicity Coordinator at the USTA.
....is to positively promote the sport of harness racing. Every hoof that hits a racetrack has a story to tell, whether a claimer or a stakes horse, and we plan on telling those stories on Post Time with Mike and Mike.