Racing series decided in Nanango
RACES: Music Scene was the first to cross the line in the final race of the Burnett to the Beach series hosted by the Nanango Race Club on Sunday.
Tapestry Vision in second in the 1000m handicap followed by More Worldly.
With first and second place the geldings secured the series win for their trainer David Reynolds at Lee Park on Sunday.
The Dalby-based trainer finished on top in the trainers category with two wins and three second place finishers in the eight race series contested .
For his effort Reynolds has earned a $5000 bonus.
Jockey Leeanne McCoy guided Music Scene to victory at Nanango Race Club to finish on top in the jockeys standings for the series to take home a $2000 bonus.
McCoy finished the series with wins at Mt Perry and Nanango and second places at Eidsvold and Gympie .
Nanango jockey Hannah English finished the series in second with wins in Wondai and Gympie, second place at Mt Perry and third at Kumbia.
Patche Gift, trained by Reynolds, was the top horse of the series, decided before the final race in Nanango.
In the other races of the day on Sunday Karma Force trained by Wayne Nugent toom out the first race of the day, the 800m plate.
Brilliant Mistake proved to make the right decisions in the 1000m maiden plate for thoroughbred, trained by Andrew Hayward, to cross the line in first.
The combination of trainer Glenn Richardson and jockey Hannah English proved to be a winner in the 1200m handicap with Schindler taking top honours.
In the final race of the day De Bandit Vega finished on top trained by Kieran Kirwin and ridden by Kenji Yoshida.
The Christmas themed meeting on Sunday was the club's final for 2018.
Racing will return to Lee Park on Saturday, February 15 2019.