That win become the second time that the gelding has held a Redcliffe track record, having previously held the three-year-old 2040-metre record in 1.56.8 before Colt Thirty One broke the mark when claiming the Redcliffe Derby.
Clintal Do was third in the 2020 edition of the Cup when only one-and-a-half-metres astern of the winner and boasts victory in the 2019 Redcliffe Cup.
Three starts back, Clintal Do claimed the Armidale Cup, and followed that with a close second in the Flashing Red behind Kid Montana before his track record win on Thursday.
Hitting form at the right time, Clintal Do will head towards the $50,000 Group 2 Redcliffe Cup on June 26 primed to claim his second victory in the feature event.
KerryAnn Morris has been a regular campaigner in Queensland in recent years and currently has a strong team flying her flag in the Sunshine State.
Capping off her most successful week this campaign, Morris finished with six winners.
Riteur is the lone trotter in the current team in Queensland, the mare started the week off on a winning note for the Morris team, overcoming a 30-metre handicap to win the opening event at Albion Park on Tuesday.
Highlighting the durability of the standardbred, the win of Ball Of Art on Friday was perhaps one of the most pleasing for the stable.
Taking his place at Redcliffe on Thursday from the stand start over 2613-metres, Jack Brown had the gelding rolling in front setting a strong tempo.
Unable to go with the big guns in the closing stages, Ball Of Art had set the tempo that allowed Clintal Do to finish over the top and claim a new track record.
On the short one-day back-up, Ball Of Art was then sent around over the mobile 2138-metres at Albion Park on Friday night.
With youngster Jack Brown again taking the drive, he was happy to sit outside the leader throughout and turning for home Ball Of Art took control, going on to claim a strong near four-metre victory.