Mandurah Greyhounds: Max Profit confirms status as rising star


Max Profit with trainer Corey White (third from left) and connections.
Max Profit with trainer Corey White (third from left) and connections.

EXCITING young chaser Max Profit confirmed his status as a rising star with a brilliant victory in the ‘Shorts’ (405m) at Kanyana Park in Mandurah last Friday.

The Corey White-trained speedster came into The Shorts final as the fastest qualifier and as usual showed lightning speed out the traps to capture the front running position.

He was challenged in the early stages by Hello I’m Leo but he kicked away and cruised across the finish line nearly four lengths ahead in 22.56 to claim his first piece of silverware.

With his untapped potential, Max Profit could have a trophy cabinet that rivals Manchester United by the time he finishes his career.

The Corey White-trained racedog will not turn two until January but has already racked up 10 wins and is yet to finish worse than second place in 12 starts.

“He’s a really competitive dog and has this great will to win,” White said of Max Profit.

“He gives a 100 per cent every week and can come to the track with confidence that he’s going to do the job for you.”

White indicated that Max Profit would be targeted at next month’s Group 1 Hobart Thousand.