SWARTZ CREEK, Mich. -- A woman who placed a 10-cent Superfecta bet in Michigan on a horse race being simulcast from Hollywood Park in Englewood, Calif., has won $21,584.
The woman, whose name wasn't released, placed two 10-cent Superfecta bets Friday at a raceway in Swartz Creek, near Detroit. The Superfecta requires gamblers to pick the four top-finishing horses in correct order.
The woman collected her winnings at the track Monday.
The winning appear to be from the sixth race at Hollywood on Friday, a six-furlong maiden claiming race.
According to race results on the Equibase Web site, the top two finishers, Olympian Medal and True Brandy, were both apparent longshots. Olympian Medal, the winner in 1 minute, 12.25 seconds, paid $59 to win, $24.40 to place and $17.20 to show; True Brandy paid $47 to place and $22 to show. The third and fourth finishers filling out the Superfecta were Joys Last One ($13.40 show) and Red Rapparee.
A correct $1 Superfecta bet would have paid $215,845.40.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.