Mega Millions results for 12/11/20; did anyone win the $276M jackpot?
(Courtesy Michigan Lottery)
LANSING, MI – Another Mega Millions drawing has passed without someone winning the grand prize as there was no winner of the $276 million jackpot for the drawing held on Friday, Dec. 11.
That means the drawing on Tuesday, Dec. 15 will be worth $291 million with a cash option of $224.7 million.
The Mega Millions numbers for Dec. 11: 19-31-37-55-67
The Gold Mega Ball: 25
The Megaplier: 4
Mega Millions winners for Dec. 11:
· While there was no grand prize winner, one player matched all five white numbers drawn to win $1 million. That ticket was sold in Kentucky.
· However, that player did not play the Megaplier option which would have increased their winnings to $4 million.
· In Michigan, one ticket sold won $2,000 in the drawing. That was the largest prize won in the state.
· There were 298,404 tickets sold that won at least $4 in the drawing. In Michigan, 13,106 tickets sold won at least $4 in the drawing.
Mega Millions drawings are held Tuesday and Friday at 11 p.m. Five balls are drawn from a set of balls numbered 1 through 70; the Mega ball is drawn from a set of balls numbered 1 through 25. The odds of winning the jackpot is 1 in 302 million.
Mega Millions is played in 44 states, plus the District of Columbia and the Virgin Islands. Tickets cost $2 each.
In other Michigan Lottery news:
· The next Powerball drawing is Saturday, Dec. 12 with an estimated jackpot of $277 million and a cash option of $210.8 million.
· The next Lotto 47 drawing is Saturday, Dec. 12 at 7:29 p.m. with a jackpot of $1.9 million. Deadline is 7:08 p.m. that day.
· Saturday’s Fantasy 5 jackpot is an estimated $245,000. The drawing is at 7:29 p.m. Deadline is 7:08 p.m.
For the latest on Michigan Lottery, check out the official Michigan Lottery site, which also offers more information on instant tickets, raffles and other lottery games.
The last player from Michigan to win a Mega Millions or Powerball jackpot was Cristy Davis of Waterford who won $70 million playing Powerball in February. With her winnings, Davis said she planned to buy a new house and car.
And while she was a lucky winner, it’s smart for players to check their tickets immediately as a winner worth $1 million sold in Hartland last year went unclaimed. The ticket was purchased at the Speedway in Hartland, but the winner never came forward to claim the prize. The money instead went to the state’s School Aid Fund.
If you’d like to be the next player from Michigan to win a huge lottery prize, take a look at these tips from lottery expert Richard Lustig. The author of “Learn How To Increase Your Chances Of Winning The Lottery” has won more than $1 million in Florida by winning top jackpot prizes in smaller games.
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Mega Millions results for 12/11/20; did anyone win the $276M jackpot? (Courtesy Michigan Lottery) LANSING, MI – Another Mega Millions drawing has passed without someone winning the grand
Golden Slipper Results and Replay
Racenet provides details about past Golden Slipper results. See the results from the last 10 years and watch the Golden Slipper replay videos to relive the winning moments!
Golden Slipper Winners (By Year)
|2017 Winner||She Will Reign|
|2010 Winner||Crystal Lily|
Golden Slipper Results 2020
Gai Waterhouse has landed yet another Group 1 Golden Slipper, breaking the record of 6 Golden Slipper wins set by her own father after Farnan bolted in at Rosehill Gardens. Jockey Hugh Bowman played a significant role in the victory, keeping his cool to find the lead comfortably from barrier 12.
Farnan travelled well during the run and upon straightening Bowman angled the colt out to the superior section of the rain-affected ground. From there the classy two-year-old sprinted away from his rivals with the Maher/Eustace Away Game ($10) the only visible danger. Away Game (2nd) challenged threateningly, but Farnan was ultimately too tough and he saluted by 1.5 lengths. The John Thompson-trained Mamaragan ($16) finished a further length away in 3rd.
The race time was 1:10.19.
|1st||Farnan||Hugh Bowman||Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott|
|2nd||Away Game||Glen Boss||Ciaron Maher & David Eustace|
|3rd||Mamaragan||Nash Rawiller||John P Thompson|
Golden Slipper Replay 2020
Watch as Farnan wins the race in 2020.
Golden Slipper Results 2019
Godolphin has dominated the two-year-old circuit this season, so it was of little surprise when they fronted at the Golden Slipper with a veritable army of contenders: no less than six of the final field took to the track in the royal blue silks.
So Godolphin dominated the field, and they dominated the result by scoring the trifecta. It was a surprise result however, with Kiamichi – the outsider of the six Godolphin runners at $26 – winning the classic race by a length from stablemate Microphone. Fellow Godolphin runner Lyre – the winner of the Blue Diamond Stakes, trained by Anthony Freedman – ran third.
The poor conditions and barrier 14 draw didn’t bother Kiamichi. Although unfancied in the lead-up, there was no such negativity in the run. Jockey Damian Lane was patient aboard the filly, taking his time to cross the field and eventually take the lead. From there, Kiamichi never looked like losing as others struggled to plow through the mud and make up any ground.
|1st||Kiamichi||Damian Lane||James Cummings|
|2nd||Microphone||Hugh Bowman||James Cummings|
|3rd||Lyre||Luke Currie||Anthony Freedman|
Golden Slipper Replay 2019
Watch the moment Kiamichi beats Microphone by a length to win the 2019 Group I Golden Slipper:
Golden Slipper Results 2018
Hawkes-trained filly Estijaab stormed to first place early in the 2018 Golden Slipper and stayed there, taking out the two-year-old championship in an extremely impressive performance.
Jumping from a wide barrier, jockey Brenton Avdulla got a perfect start and took Estijaab straight to the front, easing across to the lead comfortably.
The $1.7 million filly may have cost a pretty penny, but that was repaid with the stunning win. Tony McEvoy-trained horses filled the minor placings, with Oohood (ridden by Zac Purton) finishing second and Sunlight (Luke Currie) third.
|1st||Estijaab||Brenton Avdulla||Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes|
|2nd||Oohood||Zac Purton||Tony McEvoy|
|3rd||Sunlight||Luke Currie||Tony McEvoy|
Golden Slipper Replay 2018
Watch the moment Estijaab narrowly beats Oohood to win the 2018 Group I Golden Slipper:
Golden Slipper Results 2017
The 2017 Golden Slipper was one for the battlers, with the cheapest horse in the field taking out the world’s richest two-year-old race.
She Will Reign, a $20,000 filly owned by a large group of everyday owners, had been the early favourite for the race before a loss in the Riesling Stakes earlier in her preparation. Nonetheless, she defied the drift to take out the two-year-old championship, scoring by two-and-a-quarter lengths from Frolic in second and Tulip in third.
It was the biggest career win to date for both jockey Ben Melham and trainer Gary Portelli.
|1st||She Will Reign||Ben Melham||Gary Portelli|
|2nd||Frolic||Tommy Berry||Michael Freedman|
|3rd||Tulip||Kerrin McEvoy||David & B Hayes & T Dabernig|
Golden Slipper Replay 2017
Watch the moment She Will Reign proves too good for the rest of the field and wins the 2017 Group I Golden Slipper:
Golden Slipper Results 2016
Capitalist continued his mega-cash season in 2016, taking out the $3.5 million Golden Slipper after already having claimed the $2 million Magic Millions 2YO Classic.
Peter & Paul Snowden’s star colt, with Blake Shinn aboard, took advantage of a shocking jump by race favourite Extreme Choice, who bombed the start. Mick Price’s charge never recovered, and caught numerous bouts of interference throughout the race before eventually finishing eighth.
$21 chance Yankee Rose impressed, flashing home for second for David Vandyke and Zac Purton, while Extreme Choice’s stablemate, Flying Artie, finished third.
|1st||Capitalist||Blake Shinn||Peter & Paul Snowden|
|2nd||Yankee Rose||Zac Purton||David Vandyke|
|3rd||Flying Artie||Damien Oliver||Mick Price|
Golden Slipper Replay 2016
Watch the moment Capitalist wins the 2016 Group I Golden Slipper:
Golden Slipper Results 2015
The queen of Sydney racing, Gai Waterhouse, claimed her sixth Golden Slipper in the 2016 event, with short-priced favourite Vancouver claiming the two-year-old classic with Tommy Berry aboard.
Waterhouse scored the race quinella, with English running second. Lake Geneva, trained by Team Hawkes and ridden by Dwayne Dunn, finished third.
Waterhouse has cemented herself as an all-time great trainer of two-year-olds, joining her father Tommy Smith with six wins in the two-year-old championship. An emotional Berry dedicated the win to his late twin brother and fellow jockey Nathan, who tragically lost his life a year earlier.
|1st||Vancouver||Tommy Berry||Gai Waterhouse|
|2nd||English||Blake Shinn||Gai Waterhouse|
|3rd||Lake Geneva||Dwayne Dunn||Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes|
Golden Slipper Replay 2015
Watch the moment Vancouver wins the 2015 Group I Golden Slipper in style:
Golden Slipper Results 2014
Mossfun delivered the 2014 Golden Slipper title to training combination John, Wayne and Michael Hawkes, after a daring ride from James McDonald got the filly home over race favourite Earthquake.
Mossfun and McDonald missed the start and were caught well back, and McDonald sat quietly early in the race to get his horse into rhythm. With all of the runners heading to the centre of the track to seek better ground in the wet conditions, he rode for luck and stuck to the inside rail. It was a tactic that paid off massively as he swept to victory.
Earthquake struggled in the wet conditions to finish second, while Bring Me The Maid ran a gallant third.
|1st||Mossfun||James McDonald||Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes|
|2nd||Earthquake||Kerrin McEvoy||Peter & Paul Snowden|
|3rd||Bring Me The Maid||Chad Schofield||Peter Moody|
Golden Slipper Replay 2014
Watch the moment Mossfun finishes strong to win the 2014 Group I Golden Slipper:
Golden Slipper Results 2013
Master trainer Gai Waterhouse captured her fifth Golden Slipper crown in the 2013 event, with filly Overreach taking out the two-year-old classic at Rosehill.
The filly’s owner, George Altomonte, became the first person since Waterhouse’s legendary father TJ Smith in 1986 to breed and race the Slipper winner. Smith achieved the feat with Bounding Away.
Jockey Tommy Berry gave the filly the perfect ride from barrier 1, sticking to the rails before swinging out to the middle of the track in the straight to outgun his rivals. Punters were a little nervous about Overreach’s wet track ability and thus she was allowed to drift on race day, but their doubts proved unfounded as she saluted from Sidestep (second) and Sweet Idea (third).
|1st||Overreach||Tommy Berry||Gai Waterhouse|
|2nd||Sidestep||Kerrin McEvoy||Peter & Paul Snowden|
|3rd||Sweet Idea||Jim Cassidy||Gai Waterhouse|
Golden Slipper Replay 2013
Watch the moment Overreach proves too good for the rest of the field to win the Golden Slipper in 2013:
Golden Slipper Results 2012
Six months after she made the bold call, Gai Waterhouse’s prediction came true: Pierro delivered the master trainer her fourth Golden Slipper.
Before a huge crowd at Rosehill, the $230,000 Magic Millions colt kept his unbeaten record intact, sweeping up the inside to claim victory from front-runner Snitzerland, with race favourite Samaready finshing third.
Pierro, with Nash Rawiller aboard, was just one of Waterhouse’s five runners in the race. Raceway would finish fifth, with the remaining stablemates not figuring in contention.
|1st||Pierro||Nash Rawiller||Gai Waterhouse|
|2nd||Snitzerland||Corey Brown||Gerald Ryan|
|3rd||Samaready||Craig Newitt||Mick Price|
Golden Slipper Replay 2012
Watch the moment Pierros wins the 2012 Golden Slipper below:
Golden Slipper Results 2011
Sepoy justified favourtism by taking out the 2011 Golden Slipper, overcoming some late drama behind the barriers to prevail with signature ease.
Two horses – second-favourite Smart Missile and Fast And Sexy – were scratched behind the gates on vets advice, leaving the favourite to take on a reduced field. Little got in the way of the Darley colt, with jockey Kerrin McEvoy taking his charge to leader Karuta Queen at the top of the straight, before taking the lead at the 200-metre mark.
Mosheen was second for Leon Corstens, while John O’Shea’s Elite Falls ran third.
|1st||Sepoy||Kerrin McEvoy||Peter & Paul Snowden|
|2nd||Mosheen||Danny Nikolic||Leon Corstens|
|3rd||Elite Falls||Jim Cassidy||John O’Shea|
Golden Slipper Replay 2011
Watch the moment Sepoy breaks away and wins the 2011 Golden Slipper:
Golden Slipper Results 2010
Late entry Crystal Lily won the 2010 Golden Slipper in a surprise result, only having joined the field after owners forked out a $150,000 late entry fee.
Trained by Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra, Crystal Lily stuck to the fence from her inside draw and made a late dash to the line, with jockey Brett Prebble unable to curb some wayward strides from the eventual winner. Despite the erratic late run, which saw her veer outwards considerably, Crystal Lily proved too strong.
Decision Time, trained by Clarry Conners and ridden by Craig Williams, was second, while third place was filled by More Strawberries for Gai Waterhouse and Damien Oliver.
|1st||Crystal Lily||Brett Prebble||Mathew Ellerton & Simon Zahra|
|2nd||Decision Time||Craig Williams||Clarry Conners|
|3rd||More Strawberries||Damien Oliver||Gai Waterhouse|
Golden Slipper Replay 2010
Watch the moment Crystal Lily wins the 2010 Group I Golden Slipper:
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