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Hes Watching top percentage sire

10:58 AM 23 Dec 2020 NZDT
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The first two crops of former world champion Hes Watching 1:46.8 ($1,129,215) has elevated him into the top bracket among the percentage sires in Australia this season.

The American Ideal horse has sired 16 individual two-year-old winners from a crop of 65 foals – a 25 percent strike rate - and 19 three-year-old winners from 57 foals – a 33 percent ratio.

During the past week Hes Watching was credited with two ‘new’ juvenile winners in Western Australia in the colt Boston Rob (Northam) and filly Royal Essence NZ (Bunbury).

Hes Watching left winners in three different countries last week.

Experia NZ, a three-year-old gelding, posted his sixth success with a 1:54.7 winning effort at Menangle, while the three-year-olds Icantsee and Watchful Lady scored at Junee and Tamworth respectively.

In New Zealand, Hes Watching led in the ‘new’ winners Am I Dreaming (1:59.4, Dunedin) and Weren’t Watching (Cambridge Raceway), while, in Canada, the three-year-old Night Watchman emerged successful in 1:56.8 at Flamboro Downs, Ontario.

Weren’t Watching winning at Cambridge

Hes Watching is standing his first NSW season at Luke Primmer’s Tipperary Equine, Young for the bargain fee of $2,500 including GST.


by Peter Wharton

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