A FRUITFUL association with King Island Racing Club has continued to reap rewards for Bendigo jockey Jessie Philpot.
The apprentice capped an amazing week by notching a trio of winners at Saturday's meeting - the fifth of seven held each racing season on the island.
Her treble came only three days after Philpot produced a dramatic second aboard the Mick Sell-trained Carlingford at Sandown, in what was her first ride in a Victorian metropolitan race.
The 25-year-old struck early by booting home the first two winners on the card, before winning the fifth and final event aboard the Robert Keys-trained Doin' It Solo.
A top day for Philpot included a second in the fourth race aboard another Keys-trained galloper Frites.
Her treble follows doubles at the club's previous two meetings on Boxing Day and New Year's Day and another double to start the season on November 30.
Philpot started the season as King Island's reigning premier jockey.
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