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World record in the US Pacing Championship

06:41 PM 06 Aug 2011 NZST
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We Will See - Equalled the world record for a 4yo 1:47.2
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We Will See equaled the world record for a harness racing 4-year-old in today's (Saturday August 6) $174,250 United States Pacing Championship Free-For-All Pace. The time of 1:47.2 was previously held Hypnotic Blue Chip who set the world record in the same race last year.

Driven by Ron Pierce the son of Western Hanover trailed Aracache Hanover (Doug McNair) throughout recording sectionals of 26.4, 54, and 1:20.2.

"He's a tough racehorse and racing against the older pacers doesn't bother him at. He had to be good today to get past another tough pacer (Aracache Hanover)," Pierce said.

Trainer Cosmo De Pinto of Cream Ridge (New Jersey) described We Will see as a ‘lovely horse to be around'.

"He's a real nice animal to have in the stable. He is easy to take care of. He's the kind of horse everyone would want. He has no issues.

"We will be back here next week and then we will head to Canada for the Canadian pacing Derby," De Pinto said.

The talented bay is owned by Shannon C. Depinto of Cream Ridge, Earl J Smith of Millstone and Jerry Silva, of Long Beach.

He was bred by David H. MC Duffee of Delray Beach, Florida.

We Will See paid $5.40 to win. Four-year-olds filled the first four placings in the race.

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Sam DePinto, trainer of We Will See, on his win in the U.S. Pacing Championship

By Duane RANGER (editor)

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