2018 QTIS Premiership Runners Announced


Incredibly, neither Currie nor Heathcote train the horses that claimed the top QTIS Performers on Earnings – they are both trained by Darryl Hansen.

The 2yo QTIS Premiership winner on Earnings was Pennino (pictured) by Easy Rocking. This promising filly had eight starts for three wins and two seconds to earn $100,200 in QTIS bonuses.

Bat a Kat, by Falvelon, won the 3yo QTIS Premiership on Earnings. He picked up prizemoney at every start this season with an impressive four wins and two seconds from just six starts.

“What a great achievement to take out both those titles,” said a surprised Hansen.

“At the same time, how unlucky to miss the Trainers’ Premierships,” he joked.

“But seriously, I’m thrilled for the owners. Both horses always put in and are honest horses, their record shows that and I think they really deserve these awards.”

TBQA President, Basil Nolan thanked Magic Millions for their ongoing support of the QTIS Premiership.

“This is a highly sought after title and prize,” said Mr Nolan.

“Congratulations to all our QTIS Premiers. It’s fantastic to see that everyone who supports our Queensland industry can reap the rewards and be recognized for their efforts.

 “I’m sure everyone will be watching these QTIS statistics closely in the new racing season.”

See the 2018 QTIS Premiership table for 2YOs here

Click here for the 3YO QTIS Premiership