Trainer, Bob Baffert

Power Jam was about as fast… the quickest horse I’ve ever trained. Being from the background of quarter horse racing as I am, it’s definitely a no-brainer that Power Jam will cross with quarter horse mares.”

(3-5-23) Ken O’Brien’s Streaks Of Power, a homebred daughter of the Concord Point (TB) stallion Power Jam, is the fastest qualifier to the March 25, $461,500 Los Alamitos Oaks (G1).

It seems that a Thoroughbred stallion, ‘Power Jam‘ could be the next big thing in quarter horse racing. A recent posting today in Q-Racing on their Facebook page it has the story of Streaks Of Power (is out of Streaks Of Ivory, a stakes-winning daughter of Ivory James. Her second dam, the winning Fredricksburg mare Streakin Rare).

Los Alamitos Oaks Trials: Streaks of Power

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It is no secret that over the years that ‘appendix’ foals can be successful, Power Jam‘s offspring are starting to shine. It a very competitive field for stallions, especially in quarter horse racing which allows artificial insemination.

O’Brien said of Streaks Of Power’s sire

“I think Power Jam needs a little more opportunity and we’re going to see some great results from him.”

Power Jam’s sire is Concord Point, who was sent to South Korea to stand in 2017, is the son of Tapit, a top producing line in thoroughbred racing. Tapit (by Pulpit) is the dominant thoroughbred sire of his era ranking and has been at the top of the Leading Sire lists since 2014.

Recently quarter horse yearlings from ‘Into Mischief‘, one of the world’s top producing sires, were acquired at the Heritage Place sale . AI and a reduced fee was responsible for those foals, an opportunity to bring in a solid bloodline to quarter horse racing.

Power Jam


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