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Mia Mischief to Sell at Fasig-Tipton November

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Mia Mischief wins the GI Humana Distaff | Horsephotos

Mia Mischief (Into Mischief), who became her sire’s first Grade I-winning daughter with a victory in this year’s Humana Distaff, will be offered by Elite Sales at the Fasig-Tipton November Night of the Stars on November 4. The four-year-old filly is owned by Bill and Corinne Heiligbrodt, Heider Family Stables and Madaket Stables. She has been trained by Steve Asmussen from the outset of her career.

Following Mia Mischief’s Humana Distaff win, where she defeated Grade I winners Marley’s Freedom (Blame) and Spiced Perfection (Smiling Tiger), she defeated GI Test winner Covfefe (Into Mischief) in the Roxelana S. at Churchill Downs.

Mia Mischief broke her maiden by 16 ¼ lengths at Keeneland in October, 2017. At three, she took the Purple Martin S. at Oaklawn by 8 ¼ lengths before winning the GII Eight Belles at Churchill Downs. She went on to run 2nd, beaten a neck, in the GI Test S. at Saratoga, after a stretch long duel with multiple Grade 1 winner, Separationofpowers (Candy Ride {Arg}).

Mia Mischief is out of the Speightstown mare Greer Lynn, who is set to deliver a War Front foal in 2020.

“Speed is our thing and Mia Mischief is one of the fastest we’ve ever owned,” said co-owner Bill Heiligbrodt. “Not only is she fast, but Corinne and I also recognized her as a superior physical, offering size and scope, placing her at the top of our list of Into Mischief offspring. We’ve won two Tests and Mia’s nose defeat kept us from our third. Derby Day is special; the Humana Distaff is special. We’ve run numerous superstar fillies in the Humana Distaff and were not able to get it done before Mia. It was a celebration we’ll never forget.”

“Mia Mischief is a superstar by the hottest stallion in America. She was a brilliant two-year-old, three-year-old and four-year-old, finishing first or second in 13 of 17 starts. She beat the best and she did it with blazing speed in a devastating style,” said Elite Sales’ Bradley Weisbord. She has earned just shy of $1 million.

 

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