He's Watching wins Meadowlands Pace

 

The Associated Press

He's Watching rallied to win the $776,000 Meadowlands Pace on Saturday night, tying the fastest time in the history of harness racing.

The time was 1:46 4/5 for the mile.

Tim Tetrick was in the sulky for his fourth win in the Meadowlands Pace for 3-year-olds. He's Watching beat Always B Miki by 2 1/2 lengths for his 11th victory in 14 starts.

He's Watching, trained by David Menary, paid $6.20, $3.80 and $3.40.

Always B Miki returned $5.80 and $4.60 while Tellitlikeitis paid $8.20 to show.

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