Giadresco gelding profits from spell

Mitchell WoodcockSouth Western Times
Brad Parnham rides Profit Street to a win in the Listed HG Bolton Sprint (1200m) at Belmont Park in July. The gelding will be put back into work this Monday as he looks towards a big spring carnival.
Camera IconBrad Parnham rides Profit Street to a win in the Listed HG Bolton Sprint (1200m) at Belmont Park in July. The gelding will be put back into work this Monday as he looks towards a big spring carnival. Credit: Simon Merritt / Western Racepix

South West trainer Matt Giadresco will put promising gelding Profit Street back into work next week ahead of a big spring carnival.

The six-year-old will trial at Lark Hill on Monday after a two-month spell following the best run of his career.

Profit Street claimed victory in the Listed HG Bolton Sprint (1200m) in July after finding form across the 1300m earlier that month.

Giadresco put him out to the paddock following an impressive showing in the $100,000 Listed Belmont Newmarket (1200m), where he placed second.

“His first run will likely be on November 13 at Ascot in the Group Three Colonel Reeves (1100m),” Giadresco said.

“I might put him in the Prince of Wales Stakes on November 2 at Ascot.”

Giadresco said his last preparation was the best of his career.

“He will go better,” he said.

“I see a horse that has grown and I believe is mature and ready to take on the bigger races and tougher company.” Giadresco said Profit Street had finally matured and he was looking forward to the future.

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