The Beau Brummell is a stylish winner

Drawing barrier 1, the Bob Mellsop-trained and driven five-year-old won the start and led.

Pressured by Hot Holiday from the 600m, the son of Earl showed fight and tenacity to win by half a length over Hot Holiday with Prince Eddie in third place.

The Beau Brummel was heavily supported late on the tote from $6.30 into $3.60.

Half an hour later Mellsop went within a half-length of a feature race double when his charge Silent Prowl led but could not hold the run of Smokey The Bandit in the $50,000 Nights Of Thunder Final (1730m).

Pinjarra-prepared Aristocratic Glow broke a 12-run losing sequence when winning over 2130 metres at Gloucester Park on Friday night. Driven by Chris Lewis for trainer Barry Warwick, Aristocratic Glow settled in the one out, one back position before being taken three wide with 800m to travel.

Hitting the front 75m out, the daughter of Northern Luck went on to win by just over a length.

Friday night’s win was Aristocratic Glow’s seventh from 30 starts and took her prize money tally past the $50,000 mark to $55,645.

David Young waved goodbye to 2013 in grand style winning the final event of 2013 when successful over 2500 metres of the final race of the New Year’s Eve meeting at Bunbury.

Bred, owned, trained and driven by Young, Major Catastrophe came off a 40m handicap and surged away to win by six lengths.

The win took his stake earnings to $205,397.