March was a big month for QTIS, a record breaking Magic Millions Gold Coast Sale, the first Jewel Features and plenty of QTIS bonus prizemoney being dished out to lucky connections.

Kevin Kemp, Les Ross and Tony Gollan all tied for top  2yo QTIS Trainer for March, each collecting $36,750 in bonus prizemoney. They were followed by Thomas Button with $30,000 and Ben Currie on $24,500.

Their efforts weren't enough to take the top gong from Lyle Wright however, who remains the leading QTIS 2yo Trainer for the season after earning plenty more bonus prizemoney to take his tally for the season so far to 9 winners and $88,300. Les Ross has jumped into second position on the ladder with $82,100, pushing Kelly Doughty into third with $73,500.

Robert Heathcote had a fantastic month with his three year olds, banking $62,600 in rpizemoney to take the title of 3yO QTIS Trainer on Earnings. Unfortunately for Chris Munce, Boomsara's brilliant win in the $250,000 Jewel isn't added to his stats, but he still came in second after earning $38,450 in QTIS prizemoney and Les Ross wasn't far behind with $35,050.

Robert Heathcote maintains his lead on the seasonal table now boasting $169,550. Ben Currie has moved into second place, a few metro wins behind Heathcote with $123,200. He's bumped Darryl Hansen down into third in the process with $112,300.

There have been plenty of changes to the top 10 on both the 2YO and 3YO Seasonal tables, so it's worth checking out.

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Miss Sara, a filly be Wattle Brae sire Mahisara remains in the spotlight for QTIS 2YOs and shares the top honour with Spirit of Boom's Plumaro and Shamurt, all three earning $36,750 in QTIS bonus prizemoney in March.

The Ben Currie trained Mishani Hustler won $24,500 to slip into second place, with a tie for third between Dancing Diva and Gypsy Toff, both earning $18,000 in QTIS bonuses.

Miss Sara has now won a total of $61,350 and moved into third position on the 2YO Seasonal table for Earnings, with no change to the leaders, Blue Book on $73,500 and Cyclone Topgirl with $67,200.

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Epic Rant was the star 3YO Performer in March, earning $26,500 followed by Hang, Johnny Whitesox, Love and Rock It, Pah Terie and Trommelschlagen all collecting $24,500 while Great Powers had a great run to come in third after banking $19,500 in QTIS prizemoney.

Their wins have resulted in big changes to the top ten 3YO QTIS Performers Seasonal table, however there was little movement amongst the top three, with Bat a Kat on $68,800 still the leader, followed by Susurri with $55,500. Umberto has moved back into third position with a total of $54,000 in QTIS bonus prizemoney.

Leading QTIS 3yo Performers Here