“Super Social Worker” returns to the Lottery Winner’s Circle to claim her latest prize.
Windsor Mill woman claims $15,951 prize on Trifecta bet
Windsor Mill’s “Super Social Worker” is enjoying a super run of good luck, having just won her fourth five-figure Racetrax prize this year. A Trifecta bet brought her back to the Lottery Winner’s Circle to claim a $15,951 prize.
The lucky lady visited 40 West Discount Liquors in Catonsville and purchased two Racetrax tickets. On one ticket, she placed a 20-draw Trifecta bet that horses number 7, 11 and 12 would cross the finish line in first, second and third place in that order. Three races into her 20-draw bet, “Super Social Worker” was treated to a winning finish.
The 47-year-old plays Lottery games often, she said. The Baltimore County woman plays some Keno, Multi-Match and Pick 4, but Racetrax is her game of choice. A trio of big wins on April 26 gave “Super Social Worker” a total win of $41,948! She placed three Trifecta bets for 20 drawings each at different times that day. The 12, 8 and 10 horses won $14,640 on two tickets while the 7, 10 and 12 horses brought home a $12,668 prize.
“I felt very happy,” the lucky woman said of her new win. She has only shared news of her latest round of Lottery luck with her husband of 25 years and her children. She has no major plans for her winnings and will put the prize into savings.
Her lucky Baltimore County retailer, 40 West Discount Liquors, also earns a bonus from the Lottery for selling a winning Racetrax ticket of $10,000 or more. The store located at 6326 Baltimore National Pike earns a $159.51 bonus for the lucky sale.