Late Night Pow Wow retired, to visit Into Mischief

Breeze Easy’s multiple graded stakes winning sprint star, Late Night Pow Wow has been retired and will begin her stud career with a visit to Into Mischief.

Purchased privately by Breeze Easy after a victory in the West Virginia Cavada Breeder’ Classic Stakes in October, 2018, Late Night Pow Wow carried the Breeze Easy colors to a five lengths victory over the graded stakes winning Ms Locust Point in the Willa On the Move Stakes at Laurel on her only other start that year.

Late Night Pow Wow picked up where she started in her first start of 2019, romping by 6 1/4 lengths over her fellow Breeze Easy representative, Devine Mischief, in the What A Summer Stakes at Laurel.

The Barbara Fritchie Stakes (G3) saw a courageous Late Night Pow Wow outfinish multiple grade one winner Spiced Perfection – a multiple grade one winner who would also take – to gain the day with Dawn the Destroyer and Ms Locust Point taking the minor awards. Dawn the Destroyer and Spiced Perfection would go on to take third and fourth in that year’s Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint (G1).

Late Night Pow Wow defeats multiple grade one winner Spiced Perfection to take the Barbara Fritchie Stakes (G3), one of her seven stakes victories

Third in the Madison Stakes (G1), with the previous year’s Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Sprint (G1) winner Shamrock Rose behind her, Late Night Pow Wow gained the seventh black-type victory of her career on her next start, when she annexed the Twixt Stakes. All told she won 12 races, also including the Charles Town Oaks (G3), and took a second and a third, in 15 starts, earning over $700,000.

By Fiber Sonde – an unraced Unbridled’s Song half-brother to Champion Sprinter Speightstown – Late Night Pow Wow is out of the Indian Charlie mare, Holy Pow Wow. Her granddam, a Pulpit half-sister to stakes winner Road Ready, is a three-quarters sister to Wood Memorial Stakes (G1) winner and stakes winner Wild Hoots.

Late Night Pow Wow will begin her stud career with a visit to Leading Sire Into Mischief.