Into Mischief filly fires on all cylinders at Del Mar
August 5, 2017
Gas Station Sushi hit her best stride in the Del Mar stretch on Sunday afternoon to win her debut by a widening 3 ½-lengths in a 6 ½-furlongs maiden special weight race for 2-year-old fillies.
Bred by Spendthrift Farm, the Into Mischief filly was head-to-head with Broome for the lead before taking over with about a quarter-mile to run. She finished the distance in 1:17.18 (VIDEO).
Gas Station Sushi is owned by Jason and Megan Tackitt, who purchased her for $240,000 out of the OBS March 2-year-old Sale. The winner is out of the stakes winner Five Star Daydream, who has produced three other winners to date and is from the same family as Grade 1 winner Taste of Paradise.
Into Mischief is the sire of some 109 winners to date this year, with nine stakes winners.