Day At The Track

First crop of He's Watching impresses

03:00 AM 18 Sep 2020 NZST
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The first crop of harness racing dual world champion He’s Watching 1:46.8 ($1,129,215) continue to make their presence felt in North America.

In his first season He’s Watching left 77 foals, and of these he has 61 starters for 42 winners with 35 in 2:00 and 12 in 1:55 and they have amassed $1,356,695, an average of $22,240 per starter.

From his initial crop he has sired a top colt in Tattoo Artist 1:48.4 ($525,129), the winner of three Ontario Sire Stakes Gold Final and Simcoe Stakes and one of this year’s star three-year-olds, and a smart filly in Rose Run Victoria 1:51.4 ($72,414), an Ontario Sire Stakes Gold Final winner.

Examiner Hanover 1:52.4 ($153,092), an OSS Gold winner at 2, Kat 1:54 ($104,168), Night Watchman (1:51.2) and One For Julius (1:51.8) have been other winners from He’s Watching’s first American crop.

In Australia He’s Watching has been represented by 28 winners from 55 starters including the WA Diamond Classic winner Blockjorg 1:55.5 ($114,723), the George Croxford Tribute winner Private Eye (1:54.6) and Hes Sweet 1:54.7 (APG Brisbane Graduette 2YO)

While, in New Zealand, He’s Watching’s first two crops have produced smart performers in Heslookingatyou, a winner in 1:54.6 in America, Watch Me Now (1:53.3) and Pocket Watch (1:53).

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

Peter Wharton


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