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The Maryland Department of Labor’s offices are currently closed to the public. To contact the Maryland Racing Commission, please e-mail [email protected] or call 410-296-9682. Please note that the Maryland Jockey Club has temporarily closed Laurel Park, Pimlico Race Course, and Rosecroft Raceway to the public and will provide updated information on their website.

The Maryland Racing Commission oversees and regulates both the harness and thoroughbred horse racing industry in Maryland. This includes Maryland’s seven off-track betting sites. Maryland is also the proud host of the Preakness, the second jewel of thoroughbred racing’s Triple Crown.

All of the participants, from the track itself to the jockeys to the concessionaires who provide the food and drink at the racetrack, are licensed by the Maryland Racing Commission. The Commission ensures proper distribution of wagering dollars and regularly reviews the financial statements of the racing associations. The Maryland Racing Commission also maintains its own lab to test for drugs in horses to maintain the integrity of the sport. All of these measures protect and perpetuate first class horse racing in Maryland. E-mail Maryland Racing Commission for more information.

The Maryland Racing Commission is not affiliated with Maryland Gaming or the Maryland State Lottery.

La Comisión de Carreras de Caballos de Maryland

La Comisión de carreras de caballos de Maryland supervise y regula la industria relacionada a las carreras de caballos, incluyendo los caballos con arreos y los caballos de pura sangre. Esta Comisión incluye los dos sitios fuera de las carreras. También, Maryland es el anfitrión orgulloso del Preakness, la segunda joya de la Corona Triple de carreras de caballos de pura sangre.

Todos los participantes, desde la carrera a los jinetes y los concesionarios que provean los alimentos y las bebidas obtienen sus licencias de la Comisión de Carreras de Caballos de Maryland. La Comisión asegura la correcta distribución del dinero de las apuestas y examina periódicamente los estados financieros de las asociaciones de carreras. Para mantener la integridad del deporte, la Comisión de carreras de caballos también mantiene su propio laboratorio para realizar las pruebas de drogas en los caballos. Todas estas medidas protegen y perpetúan las carreras de caballos de primera clase en Maryland.

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$1 Million Lucky 777 Sold in St. Mary’s; $15K Racetrax Winner Still Unclamined in Charles

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A red-hot scratch-off overflowing with $1 million in Lottery luck brought a St. Mary’s County man to Maryland Lottery headquarters last week.

The 62-year-old claimed the $1 million top prize in the Lucky 777 scratch-off, which still has five $1 million top prizes remaining. He found his lucky $20 instant ticket at St. Mary’s Gas Station located at 23950 Colton Point Road in Clements.

The St. Mary’s County business is an Expanded Cashing Authority Program retailer, which allows it to cash Lottery scratch-offs up to and including $5,000. The busy location offers customers a choice of 50 scratch-off facings. For selling the top-prize scratch-off in the game, St. Mary’s Gas Station earns a $1,000 bonus from the Lottery. This is its biggest winning scratch-off sale to date.

The Lucky 777 game is a member of the Lucky 7 family of games that went on sale May 18. Players can also play $1 Lucky 7s, $2 Lucky 7s Doubler, $5 Lucky 7s Tripler and $10 Lucky 7s Multiplier scratch-offs.

Scratch-off players in the St. Mary’s County community of Clements, Landover Hills in Prince George’s County and Frederick County’s Woodsboro were the biggest Maryland Lottery winners of the past week.

A ticket purchased in Clements scored a $1 million win, while a scratch-off sold in Landover Hills landed $500,000, and another sold in Woodsboro was a $100,000 winner.

In all, Lottery players won or claimed more than $28.9 million in the seven days ending Sept. 13, including 19 tickets worth $10,000 or more that were either sold or claimed during that span. Included in the count are five big Racetrax winners, all of which were unclaimed as of Sept. 14.

The Maryland Lottery Claims Center in Baltimore is open by appointment only. Lottery prizes up to and including $25,000 can be claimed at five of Maryland’s six casinos with no appointment necessary. Prizes of $25,001 or more must be claimed by appointment at the Lottery Claims Center in Baltimore. More information is available on the How To Claim page of mdlottery.com.

Here is the weekly roundup of big winners:

Scratch-off Prizes Claimed From Sept. 7 through Sept. 13:

$1 Million Prize

  • Lucky 777, St. Mary’s Gas Station, 23950 Colton Point Road, Clements

$500,000 Prize

  • Bonus Bingo X20, Stop 4 All, 4606 68 th Avenue, Landover Hills

$100,000 Prize

$50,000 Prizes

  • Lucky 777, Dolfield Convenience Store, 3611 Dolfield Avenue, Baltimore
  • Super Ca$h, Middlesex Liquors, 1334 Eastern Boulevard, Essex

$30,000 Prize

  • UNO TM, 7-Eleven #11680, 7611 Allentown Road, Fort Washington

$25,000 Prize

  • $25,000 Loose Change Multiplier, Best One Food Market, 5908 Seat Pleasant Drive, Capitol Heights

$20,200 Prize

  • 2020 Cash, Cambridge Sunoco, 2903 Ocean Gateway, Cambridge

$10,000 Prizes

  • Lucky 777, Royal Farms #026-E, 18 Dundalk Avenue, Dundalk
  • Gold Rush X100, 7-Eleven #21067, 29969 Three Notch Road, Charlotte Hall
  • Cash Club, Royal Farms #080-E, 32303 Queen Anne Highway, Queen Anne
  • Lucky Bingo, Lucky World, 8521 Liberty Road, Randallstown
  • $100,000 Crossword 4 th Edition, Wawa #558-E, 8731 Pulaski Highway, Rosedale

FAST PLAY and Draw Game Tickets Sold for Drawings From Sept. 7 through Sept. 13:

  • $10,000 Lucky Numbers ticket sold Sept. 12 at Giant #320, 229 Kentlands Boulevard, Gaithersburg (claimed)
  • $63,836.40 ticket sold Sept. 12 at Colesville Beer & Wine, 13468 New Hampshire Avenue, Silver Spring (unclaimed as of Sept. 14)
  • $31,840 ticket sold Sept. 11 at Giant #365, 3299 Emmorton Road, Abingdon (unclaimed as of Sept. 14)
  • $30,879 ticket sold Sept. 12 at Veirs Mill Exxon, 12245 Veirs Mill Road, Silver Spring (unclaimed as of Sept. 14)
  • $21,278.80 ticket sold Sept. 12 at Parkville Shell, 9200 Harford Road, Parkville (unclaimed as of Sept. 14)
  • $15,439.50 ticket sold Sept. 12 at Lee’s Market, 4310 Hawthorne Road, Indian Head (unclaimed as of Sept. 14)

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