The second leg of the double came later in the day when Its Mr Clooney secured his fourth victory since Whiteoak purchased the gelding from the South Island of New Zealand.
Also a winner at his first Australian start after crossing the ditch, Its Mr Clooney has had 12 starts for Turpin, recording four wins, three minors and a pair of show wins at Toowoomba.
After securing the pacing double on Tuesday, Whiteoak rounded out the week when securing victory with his trotting mare Sugarinspice on Friday.
As are many out of the Whiteoak team, the mare is a Kiwi import and like her stablemates on Tuesday, she too was a first-up Australian winner at her first start in Queensland back in August.
Making her fourth appearance on Australian soil on Friday, Sugarinspice was never headed after being sent straight to the front from the mobile and trotting cleanly to claim victory by just under two metres.
The win took the record for the daughter of Majestic Son to two wins from four starts since arriving.
Building up a strong team that also includes the in-form Mister Diamond who claimed Saturday night success in August, the Whiteoak team looks set for a strong finish to the season.
Lockdowns and ongoing restrictions around the COVID-19 pandemic have been an ongoing issue for the southern states and has impacted harness racing.
The changes to the border arrangements have meant Bathurst based trainer Chris Frisby - a regular to the Tweed to campaign his team during the Winter months - has moved across the border into Queensland.
While most of his team has been sent back to Bathurst, Frisby has been working just the two horses out of good friend Mal Charlton’s property.
The form of Our Uncle Sam and Cobbity Castle have ensured that Frisby stays a little longer and delays his return to the Central West of New South Wales.
After battling feet issues and finding a suitable shoe for Our Uncle Sam because of his problems, it appears the battle may have been won by Frisby.
The Group 1 winner has bounced back into strong form and although beaten on Saturday night behind Turn It Up, the run was full of merit in defeat.