Into Mischief sires a half dozen seven-figure yearlings in Book 1 at KEESEP
September 13, 2022
Three-time reigning champion General Sire Into Mischief sired an industry-high 6 million-dollar yearlings during the prestigious Book One session of the Keeneland September sale.
His 2022 crop of yearlings are his best-bred to date, hailing from a $175,000 bred-on stud fee from 2020. They were led in the first two sessions by Hip 359, a $1,350,000 filly out of Nina Fever purchased by Courtlandt Farm. She was bred by Michael Hui and sold by Upson Downs Farm.
The sale kicked off Monday with Hip 52, a filly out of Song of Spring, hammering for $1,250,000 to Frank Fletcher Racing Operation. She was bred by Stoneway Farm and sold by Paramount Sales. Day 1 closed out with Hip 117 commanding $1,150,000 from Whisper Hill Farm from the consignment of Glennwood Farm, also the breeder of the blue-blooded filly out of the Galileo (Ire) mare Wildwood Rose (Ire).
On day 2, Into Mischief wrapped up Book 1 with colts of $1,050,000 (o/o Magical Feeling, bred by Peter Blum), $1,050,000 (o/o Moi, bred by OXO Equine) & $1,000,000 (o/o Not in Jest, bred by Aaron & Marie Jones).
Into Mischief averaged $664,483 from 29 yearlings sold in Book 1, with gross sales $19.27 million, far and away tops among all stallions at the renowned sale.