Overflow error

I keep getting an overflow error on a the below:

SELECT Query1.RCTrack, Query1.RCDate, Query1.RCRace, Query1.Horse, Sum(Query1.RCWT) AS SumOfRCWT, Sum(Query1.NFIN) AS SumOfNFIN, Sum(Query1.RWNF) AS SumOfRWNF, Sum(Query1.RWBEYER) AS SumOfRWBEYER, Sum(Query1.AdjBeyer1) AS SumOfAdjBeyer1, Sum(Query1.AdjBeyer) AS SumOfAdjBeyer, Sum(Query1.NFC) AS SumOfNFC, Sum(Query1.RWFC) AS SumOfRWFC, Sum(Query1.SPEED) AS SumOfSPEED, Sum(Query1.NODDS) AS SumOfNODDS, Sum(Query1.RWOP) AS SumOfRWOP, Sum(Query1.RWSP) AS SumOfRWSP, Sum(Query1.RWPUR) AS SumOfRWPUR, Sum(Query1.RWWT) AS SumOfRWWT, Sum(Query1.RWDST) AS SumOfRWDST, Sum(Query1.NPOST) AS SumOfNPOST, Sum(Query1.ADJLENS) AS SumOfADJLENS, Sum(Query1.RWFINLENS) AS SumOfRWFINLENS INTO [SUMS OF FACTORS]
FROM Query1
GROUP BY Query1.RCTrack, Query1.RCDate, Query1.RCRace, Query1.Horse;

There are 712,000 rows in this.  This is Tracks G through I.  In tracks A through B, I did not get an overflow with the same code.  A through B has 1,310, 000 rows.

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LIONKINGConnect With a Mentor Commented:
It appears that it's not because of the rows, but my initial guess would be that one of the fields doesn't support the number that the SUM function is returning...

Have you tried casting your fields to larger values? What are the original field types?
JackJackson54Author Commented:

They all are double because of decimals
Mmm... Maybe casting them as decimals could help...
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