Tuesday 6th October 2020 – HOVE Report


VLAD THE IMPALER won on his Hove debut beating the Seamus Cahill trained Power Ranger by 3/4 of a length in A3 grade on the 1st August. Well beaten since including in four Open race runs at Central Park the August 18 son of Sparta Maestro was sent off a 7/2 chance for the A2 at 1-57. Leading all the way he beat the Derek Knight trained Roses Kate by two lengths! Owned by Jonathan Muller ‘Vlad The Impaler’ clocked 29.72 (-10) 29.62 calculated when winning his 2nd race at Hove!


CALS MADISON kept on well to beat Swift Humble by 1/2 a length in A7 grade on the 29th August. He was 3rd behind Maglass Jet on his latest start and the October 16 son of Paradise Madison was sent off 5/2 joint favourite for the A6 at 3-28. Leading on the run-up he was clear at 1/2 way and running on strongly beat the Seamus Cahill trained Our Peggy Sue by four and a half lengths! Owned by Dave Staddon ‘Cals Madison’ clocked 30.83 (-50) 30.33 calculated when winning for the 13th time at Hove!


DUNAGHY PANDA led near the line when beating the June Harvey trained Ower Boy Dazzler by a short-head in A5 grade on the 23rd September. Baulked when finishing 5th behind Ridgedale Pixie on his latest run the February 18 son of Lenson Panda was sent off an 11/4 chance for the A4 at 5-28. Leading at the 3/4 mark he stayed on well to beat the George Andreas trained Insane Mrs by a length! Owned by Dave Staddon and Ken Tester ‘Dunaghy Panda’ clocked 30.17 (-20) 29.97 calculated when winning his 7th race at Hove!


Our Runners Who Made The Frame

A 5/2 chance for the A5 at 2-32 BOHERASH ANGEL was always handy. Clocking 30.26 (-10) 30.16 calculated she finished in 2nd place beaten just under three lengths by the Tony Taylor trained winner Kereight I Cant.

LADY ESSEX was a 9/4 chance for the D4 Sprint at 4-48 where she disputed the lead throughout. Finishing in 2nd place she clocked 17.42 (-10) 17.32 calculated when beaten 3/4 of a length by the George Andreas trained winner Final Brazil.

BEACH DIGGERS was sent off a 7/2 chance for the A4 at 6-02. After making a very slow start he kept on to take 3rd place clocking 30.54 (-10) 30.44 calculated when beaten almost ten lengths by the Tony Taylor trained winner Hello Julie.