QTIS Premiers for January


Bill Kenning was the leading QTIS 2YO trainer for January, earning $16,200 in bonus prizemoney with John Barr, Neville Saunders and Rex Lipp all tied for second with $12,750 and Glenn Richardson rounding out the top three.

There's been no change to the seasonal table for 2YO tainers, Toby Edmonds (pictured) remains in the lead on $68,250 in QTIS bonuses this season with Ben Currie close behind on $66,500 and Peter and Will Hulbert third with $47,250.

Toowoomba's Tony Sears had the best month for 3YO QTIS trainers, topping the table on $55,750 in QTIS bonus prizemoney for January, followed by Garnett Taylor on $52,500 and David Murphy with $47,250.

Less Ross is still the overall leader, collecting $134,450 in QTIS earnings so far this season, Steven O'Dea had a good January and has now banked $127,800, just pushing David Vandyke into third spot with $126,850.

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Mahisara filly, Lady Yendor was the best QTIS 2yo performer in January, banking $18,200 in bonus prizemoney followed by Gem of Scotland, Redeski and Sizzling Babe all in second with $12,750 and Better than Ready's Arnwood collected $12,000 for rank third for the month.

The Seasonal Table for 2YO Performers remains unchanged with Jet Spur's Mishani Spirit ($49,500) leading and Champagne Jetwith $43,800 third while Oh Five Glory by Unencumbered sits in second with $47,250.

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It was a tie for first in the race for the QTIS 3yo Premiership for January with Archer's Paradox by Golden Archer, collecting $47,250 in prizemoney alongside Show A Heart's promising juvenile Barefoot. Dawson Diva, by Falvelon, banked $36,750 with Magic Fox finishing the trifecta with $24,500.

Barefoot's good result saw him jump from sixth on the seasonal table into first position with total QTIS earnings for the season of $85,030, pushing Hold the Line into second with $84,000 and Defence Missile, by Love Conquers All third with $80,500.

QTIS 3YO Table Here