Lee Park to host series decider
RACING: Sunday's race meet in Nanango will be a particularly fruitful one for one lucky southeast trainer, owner and jockey.
Racing Queensland will be announcing the winners of their Burnett to the Beach Points Series.
The Burnett to the Beach Points Series is an initiative developed by the southeast region race clubs, which offers participating stakeholders above-standard prizemoney.
The series does not culminate in a final but the owners', trainers' and jockeys' bonuses are based on points accrued in the races listed above.
The jockey that accrues the most points will receive $2000, the owner of the horse with the most points will receive $3000 and the winning trainer will win a hefty $5000.
Points are allocated, with first place receiving three points, second place receiving two points and third place receiving one point.
With just the weekend's heat in Nanango remaining, David Reynolds and horse Patche Gift are in the box seat to claim the 2018 Burnett to Beach bonuses, sitting at the top of the ladder on seven points.
The pair sit one ahead of Wondai trainer Lindsay Anderson and horse Clouds.
Anderson earned six points after winning consecutive heats at Wondai on October 20 and Bundaberg on November 6.
Anderson is in equal second place in the trainer standings alongside Nanango trainer Glenn Richardson.
South Burnett jockey Hannah English is currently on top of the ladder with nine points, with Leanne McCoy the only jockey capable of taking the lead with seven points.
Racing at Lee Park will start at 1.15pm through to the fifth race at 3.55pm.
Following the final thoroughbred race, Arabian horses will race.