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He's Watching to stand at Tara Hills Stud

10:18 AM 29 Sep 2015 NZDT
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Port Perry, ON --- Tara Hills Stud Farm and Muscara Racing Trust have announced that multiple world champion He's Watching p,3,1:46.4 ($1,116,450) will stand stud at Tara Hills’ Port Perry, Ontario, farm starting in 2016.

He's Watching electrified the harness racing industry during his 2-year-old season as he went undefeated in eight starts, all New York Sire Stakes, set five track records and two world records. He was crowned the Dan Patch 2-year-old colt Pacer of the Year at the conclusion of that season.

His career defining performance came as a three-year-old in the 2014 Meadowlands Pace where he cruised home in :25.3 in the hands of Tim Tetrick to win by 2½ lengths in a sensational 1:46.4.

The time equaled the world record. He earned a total of $824,728 that season, with other stakes wins in the Somebeachsomewhere and the Empire Breeders Classic.

Trained by David Menary, He's Watching was raced by Menary Racing Inc, Brad Gray and Michael Guerriero of Ontario along with the Muscara Racing Trust of Pennsylvania.

A son of American Ideal, He's Watching hails from one of the most storied pacing families in racing as his fourth dam is Leah Almahurst, a winner of more than $1 million almost three decades ago, and the dam of $1.4 million winner Western Ideal.

He's Watching is presently standing at Alabar in New Zealand and his book is getting an excellent response.

The He's Watching Stallion Group look forward to being a sponsor of the Breeders Crown championship on Saturday (Oct. 24) at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto.

The stallion's stud fee will be announced at a later time.

He's Watching seen here setting a new world record for a 2-year-old pacer (second lifetime start) on a 5/8 mile track with a 1:50 win in the New York Sire Stakes at Tioga Downs on August 9 2013.

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