Owned by Chris Tucker, Paris Kay is by the champion Swedish trotter Sebastian K and will now head to Jarrod Alchin’s stable for a Breeders Crown campaign.
In the three-year-old division, just two starters lined up behind the tapes for the Final.
It was a father-son battle with the Daren Garrard trained Mullum Steffi to be driven by his son Angus taking on the Geoff Dawson trained Hurrikane Spirit to be driven by his son, Trent.
After a steady beginning, it was Mullum Steffi that found the front early with Hurrikane Spirit taking the sit on her back.
Remaining in that formation for most of the event, Hurrikane Spirit made an error turning for home that left Mullum Steffi in front and just needing to maintain gait to claim victory.
Cruising home to an effortless win, victory took the record of Mullum Steffi to three wins in five starts.
Pete McMullen and Nathan Dawson continue to headline the Queensland drivers title and although Dawson has been a regular in the winner’s enclosure, so too has McMullen.
A quartet of victories at Redcliffe on Wednesday night has seen McMullen maintain a big lead which was out to 36 by the end of the week.
With 220 wins thus far in the season, Pete holds supremacy over Nathan who has been able to steer home 184 winners by the end of the week.
The cousins may have a big lead over the rest of the pack, however the race for the third is starting to heat up.
Shane Graham, Grant Dixon and Angus Garrard are all locked in a battled for the bronze position with just two wins separating the trio.
Sitting 51 wins adrift of second-placed Dawson, Shane Graham has 123 wins this season and sits one win ahead of Grant Dixon on 122 wins.
Dixon was able to pull back some ground off Graham who went winless on Saturday night, steering home a treble of winners.
The three wins came via Slick Blaster, Peppa Bliss, and a stylish victory aboard the talented Leap To Fame in the final race of the night.
Garrard had a successful end to the week, highlighted by his QBRED success with Mullum Steffi.
Adding to his tally with a Saturday night double, ‘The Kid’ scored in the trotters feature with Sir Fahrenheit and later in the night with Blue Moon Rising before rounding out the week with a Sunday night winner at Redcliffe.
After seven straight days of harness action in Queensland last week, it will be a slightly quieter week this week with five meetings set down for decision.
A 10-race card will start the week from The Creek on Tuesday to complement a Friday afternoon fixture and the Saturday night metropolitan meeting.
Redcliffe will host their regular slots of Wednesday night where 10 races are set down along with the Thursday afternoon fixture.
Proving successful in recent weeks have been the increased staked events on Saturday nights, with this week the $20,000 race to be a Band 5 event over the mile conducted with a random barrier draw.