Streakin Sin Tacha (Streakin Sin Tacha) was the world champion of the quarter mile in 2002, the horse that won the Sunland Park championship with a prize of 350,000 US dollars that year. I was 23 years old.
The syrup was bred by the partners of LR Hayes and Steve VanBebber. He was the winner of the highest prize ever for the stallion and the American Quarter Mile Hall of Famer Streakin La Jolla, and withdrew from the purebred mare Sin Tacha of Slew’s daughter. . Royalties.
Streakin Sin Tacha took part in a racing competition for the owner George Temple for the first time on March 31, 2000, but Steve had already won the racing championship in full before his third outing. He has been owned by Janet VanBebber since October 2000, and she has provided him with training for most of his career.
He won his first stake in his sixth outing in the LQHBA Junior-Colts and Geldings Division, a bag of $30,000, covering 350 yards, duration: 17,450 seconds. Streakin Sin Tacha finished third in the Louisiana Championship Day Junior Tournament (G2) with a prize of $100,000 to end his freshman competition.
In the year as the world champion, Streakin Sin Tacha won the Sam Houston Classic (G2) for $60,500, the Texas Championship Challenge (G1) for $87,750, and the AQHA Challenge Championship for 300 md. (G1) and won the championship of Sanglan Park (G1) with a 350 md bag, and won the third place of Vinton Stakes and the sixth place of the championship (G1).