Day At The Track

Rich stakes winners by He’s Watching

04:30 PM 06 Jul 2020 NZST
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He’s Watching

The first weekend of July proved a red-letter one for emerging, young sire He’s Watching.

His sensational three-year-old son Tattoo Artist set a Canadian season’s mark of 1:48.4 winning the $107,200 Ontario Sires Stakes Gold division at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Saturday (July 4).

The colt was sent straight to the top from the No. 8 gate and was never headed, scoring by three lengths with the last quarter in 26.8. It was his third win from four tries this year.

Another He’s Watching colt, Examiner Hanover, finished runner-up in 1:50 in the $106,400 OSS Gold division.

The following day He’s Watching’s brilliant three-year-old daughter Watch My Speed overwhelmed her rivals in 1:56.4 in the time-honoured $64,700 Kin Pace at Clinton Raceway, Canada.

The New Zealand bred three-year-old filly Hereslooknatyou won at her first attempt in the northern hemisphere at Saratoga, New York in 1:57.6, while the colt He’s Got A Vendetta scored in 1:57.6 at Kawartha Downs, Canada.

He’s Watching produced two ‘new’ winners at the Redcliffe meeting in the two-year-old filly Joy Maketr and the three-year-old gelding Illbewatching (1:57.9).

Topzavski, a He’s Watching three-year-old, tasted success for the fifth time at Mildura.

He’s Watching 3, 1:46.8 ($1.1 million) is standing this season at Luke Primmer’s Tipperary Equine, Young (NSW).


By Peter Wharton

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