Profitable season for Korilya Stud

Profit Street has completed a season to remember for Korilya Stud’s Ellie Giles in the LR Bolton Sprint (1200m) at Belmont.

Saturday’s victory improved the Viscount gelding’s bank balance to $317,300 for part-owners Serge and Sophie Madrigali.  Giles bred and sold him for $77,500 at the 2013 Perth Magic Millions.

“Profit Street has been racing great his prep,” co-trainer Matt Giadresco said after his 9th win in 21 starts.  “He felt brilliant when I rode him on Thursday morning.  He’s got a good turn of foot and can carry big weights.”

Giles has been represented by four individual stakes winners this season topped by Silent Sedition (G1 MVRC Wm Reid Stakes) and Man Booker (LR Pinjarra Classic, LR Bunbury Stakes & LR Grandstand Cup).  She also bred Quilista (LR Bunbury Breeders Classic) and Achernar Star who was runner-up in the G2 Karrakatta Plate.

Since scaling back from a full-time operation, Giles sells her yearlings in association with Amelia Park.  Her top-priced lot this year was the $170,000 Gingerbread Man half-brother to Silent Sedition purchased by the Group 1 mare’s trainer Andrew Noblet.

Profit Street is the 12th stakes winner by deceased Oakland Park sire Viscount.  His dam Street Show (Zeditave) is a half-sister to the dam of Group 1 winning filly Delicacy (Al Maher).

Viscount added more black type as a damsire at Morphettville on Saturday.  His mare Pattamada foaled LR Lightning Stakes winner Bandipur (Commands).

WINNING SEASON
Ellie Giles with Amelia Park’s Sharon King / Photo: Western Racepix