We all know that finding a four-leaf clover is supposed to be rare and good luck, right? Well, a 10-year-old Pennsylvania girl didn’t even have to leave her back yard to set the Guinness World Record for finding four-leaf clovers. Katie Borka has a unique talent for finding four-leaf clovers, so her parents encouraged her to try for the record. Here’s the fun part: Guinness says it did not have a previous entry for the record, so officials determined the girl would have to find 25 of the clovers in an hour to set a new record, something she accomplished in the first seven minutes of searching in her family’s back yard! And by the end of the hour? 166 clovers! Katie’s parents said they have submitted the required evidence to Guinness to get her official certification as a record-holder. Now that’s a lot of good luck!