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He's Watching top percentage sire

11:40 AM 27 Oct 2020 NZDT
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He’s Watching

When the promising Elandee Youandme won effortlessly at Shepparton on Monday (October 26) he became the 19th individual three-year-old winner from the first Australian crop of former world champion He's Watching.

A $1.1 million winner, He's Watching produced 57 foals in his first crop and of these 33 have raced and 19 have emerged successful - a 33 percent winners-to-foals strike rate.

Private Eye, winner of a semi-final of the NSW Breeders Challenge in 1:50.3, Silent Rapture NZ, who won by 44 metres at his Aussie debut at Albury, and Belladonna Girl (1:57.1, Stawell) have been other recent three-year-old winners sired by He's Watching.

He's Watching by also represented by two 'new' winners in the two-year-old filly Covered Kylie (1:56.6, Charlton) and the four-year-old Hezacrocwatcher, who won on debut in 1:58.5 at Cambridge Raceway, New Zealand.

Hezacrocwatcher winning at Cambridge

In North America, He's Watching has left a string of winners in the past week including the two-year-old Dabarndawgswatching, who won a leg of the Harvest Series in 1:56.6 at Woodbine Mohawk Park, and the three-year-olds Watchful Eye (1:52.6 and 1:54), Baywatching (1:56.2) and Dagger Watch (1:59.6).

He’s Watching is now standing at Luke Primmer’s Tipperary Equine stud, Young (NSW), for a fee of $2,500 including GST.


By Peter Wharton

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