Narissa McMullen was stuck on 999 wins for 20 days waiting to breakthrough to 1000 career wins, but it has been full steam ahead ever since the four figures were raised on February 5.
Driving in great touch, McMullen completed a treble at Albion Park on February 13 and bettered that on Saturday night when steering home four winners.
From six drives on the night, not only did Narissa claim four victories, but she also finished second with the other two drives.
It was the fourth quartet of her career and the second at Albion Park, with the other two coming at Redcliffe and Gold Coast.
However, the achievement was the first time at a Metropolitan meeting for McMullen.
The night started with a dominant and deserved win to Ideal World, a pacer she also trains that had finished second at each of his previous three starts.
The second win came courtesy of a pick-up drive aboard the classy Blacksadance when he was able to outstay his rivals in a tough victory.
Win three came aboard the Stephen Cini trained trotter Garland Greene - overcoming a 40-metre handicap - and the quartet was completed when Clarry claimed victory in the ninth event, also providing Cini with a double.
Very few female drivers have been able to score four or more wins at a Brisbane Metropolitan Staked card, with McMullen joining Kylie Rasmussen, Natalie Rasmussen, and Trista Dixon in the elite club.
Dixon stands alone with her five wins on January 21, 2017, the only time a female has driven five winners at a Queensland Metropolitan meeting.
Kylie Rasmussen has achieved four metro winners on four occasions, to lead the way for frequency amongst her female rivals.
Meanwhile Lola Weidemann is in a league of her own, having driven four winners on a card on 32 occasions and five winners on 6 occasions.
Six meetings are scheduled for decision this week with a Sunday afternoon fixture from Marburg the addition.
Heats of the always popular Marburg to Albion Series will be held for the NR 47-52 rated performers doing battle to secure a spot in the $11,030 Final to be held at Albion Park on March 6.
Marburg will also be joining the Team Teal campaign, hosting a female driver invitation race.
Always a great day of country racing, QBRED cash bonuses will apply to all races on top of the regular prizemoney.
Action from Albion Park this week will be the regular Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday timeslots.
Friday’s meeting will play host to the second round of heats of the Jim McNeil Memorial, where Orlando Jolt and Unknown Son gained maximum points when winning their respective round one heats.
Saturday Night sees a 3YO pace programmed for $14,060, another of the Ultimate Tools sponsored events with the winner to receive a rug along with vouchers to Ultimate Tools presented to the winning trainer and driver.
Redcliffe will host the other two meetings in their regular Wednesday night and Thursday afternoon slots.