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Holiday Mischief too fast for foes in Bullit S.

Into Mischief

Saturday, August 09, 2014
Holiday Mischief strolled to a 6 1/4-length score Friday night in the John Bullit S. at Canterbury Park. The 4-year-old son of Into Mischief now has won or placed in 10 of his 20 starts, amassing $194,840 for owners Joe Offolter (also his trainer) and Carter Thoroughbreds LLC (VIDEO).

Holiday Mischief, who won last year's Super Derby Prelude S., is a half-brother to the graded stakes-placed Big Bazinga.

Into Mischief, who was in the top 10 with both of his first two crops, is again in his accustomed spot on this year's Third Crop Sires list, accounting for seven stakes wins and nearly $2.4 million in progeny earnings.
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