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Second winner for Into Mischief

Into Mischief

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Spendthrift Farm's freshman sire Into Mischief got his second winner on Aug. 12 when Ring and Run won her debut [VIDEO] by 2 1/4-lengths against maiden special weight company at Charles Town Races.


Both of Into Mischief's winners have gotten their victories in maiden special weight races. The 7-year-old stallion was a prolific 2-year-old himself, including a win in the Grade 1 CashCall Futurity when he ran the fastest running of the race in 15 years.

Ring and Run is out of the Two Punch mare Above Average, who's siblings include the stakes winners Crossing Point (career earner of $549,415), Love Happy and My Boy Kyle. Ring and Run was bred in Florida by Strouds Lane Farm.
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