THUNDER MASALA is a gelding by Global View out of the Ashaawes mare Scented Ash. Bred by Ascot Stud, he was purchased by the Hollywood Syndicate at the 2020 National Yearling Sale.

Name: Thunder Masala
Named by: Hollywoodbets Food & Beverage Team
Previous Name: Night Duty
Sex: Gelding
Sire: Global View
Dam: Scented Ash
Damsire: Ashaawes
DOB: 11/09/2018
BreederAscot Stud 
Sale: BSA National Yearling Sale
: Garth Puller
PedigreeSee Here
Record: 5-1-2

By exciting new freshman sire Global View, he is a strong colt from the same family that produced the likes of LEGISLATEGABOR and BLACK SKIMMER to name a few.

Updates – Thunder Masala

March 14th, 2022

284 – THUNDER MASALA makes it a double for the Syndicate at Hollywoodbets Greyville this afternoon. He was given a confident ride by Anton Marcus, moved up and held all challengers at bay. He is trained by Hollywoodbets-sponsored Garth Puller. Well done to the breeders Ascot Stud.

Anthony Delpech post-race comment: Anton Marcus believes that he will improve and there is more races in him.

February 14th, 2022
Raced over 1600m at Hollywoodbets Greyville on the Polytrack. Anthony Delpech post-race comment: He will improve from the run and needs further. He should win soon.

January 24th, 2022
Raced over 1600m at Hollywoodbets Scottsville. Anthony Delpech post-race comment: It was a good run. He is still carrying a lot of condition so there is more improvement to come and he will be better over more ground. Jockey Tristan Godden said that he is still a big baby in the race and will improve a lot with the run.

December 8th, 2021
Raced over 1000m at Hollywoodbets Scottsville.

October 31st, 2021
Debut over 1200m on the turf at Hollywoodbets Greyville. He walked into the parade ring carrying a lot of condition and needed the run badly. Gavin Lerena was positive when he came back and said that he feels that the Syndicate will have fun with him. He will come on from this outing.

January 16th, 2021
Night Duty (now known as Thunder Masala) has today joined up with the Garth Puller stable where he will begin the next phase of his career in preparation for his debut.

January 7th, 2021
Night Duty (now known as Thunder Masala), a Global View gelding, is coming along nicely and seems to be shedding some of that excess condition he had during the spring. Here he is cantering towards the end of last week. Another month or so and he should be ready to come into full training.

October 12th, 2020
Having settled in well under the watchful eye of Sally Bruss, he has started to mature well but is still carrying quite a lot of condition having picked up a minor injury a few months back. He should be ready to come into full training in the next 6 – 8 weeks.

August 14th, 2020
He has arrived in the Western Cape to be spelled by Sally Bruss on her new establishment.