PETER MILLER, who has spent 23 years as Hove racing manager, is leaving the role in December to take up the newly-created position as director of racing at Central Park.
The appointment will be seen as a real coup for the Kent track which has picked up a five-meetings a week contract with SIS from January.
Roger Cearns, Central Park's promoter, said: “To attract someone of Peter’s experience and standing within the industry will be a real asset to the business and compliments our dynamic and enthusiastic racing office and management teams.
“This appointment reflects how serious I am in ensuring our contractual commitments are met with the most competitive, varied and exciting race programmes we can put together.
“I welcome Peter to Central Park and wish him a long and successful career with us”.
Miller said: “The decision hasn't been taken lightly but I've made it for both personal and professional reasons.
“I've been with Coral for more than 25 years, starting at Powderhall then Romford before joining Hove which has been a privilege to be associated with and is certainly the best track I've worked at.
“However, I'm looking forward to the new challenge at Central Park and intend to be in situ there before Christmas.”
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