QTIS Premiers for February


Congratulations to the leading QTIS owners and trainers for the month of February, it was another massive month.

Michael Nolan (pictured) was the leading 2YO Trainer, earning $27,800 for the month in QTIS bonus prizemoney ahead of Tony Gollan with $23,200 and Fred E Smith who won $17,000.

On the seasonal table, Ben Currie has jumped into the lead with $79,250 in QTIS earnings and now heads off Toby Edmonds who has $68,250 while Peter and Will Hulbert are just one metro win behind with $47,250.

Tony Gollan earnt $67,050 to have the best month for the 3YO Trainers, with Chris Anderson $20k off him and Ben Currie a further $20,000 behind in third place.

Gollan's good month saw him leap from ninth spot on the 3YO Seasonal table into second with $133,100, sitting behind Les Ross who has $142,950 QTIS bonus prizemoney for the season and Steven O'Dea rounds out the top three with $127,800.

Not bad for a few months work, just another reason to pick up a QTIS yearling at the Magic Millions Sale on March 18 & 19.

See the QTIS Trainer's Table here

Wattle Brae Stud sire, Mahisara's top juvenile, Lady Yendor had another terrific month and was the leading QTIS 2YO for February with $14,550 in bonus prizemoney.  She's now ranked sixth on the seasonal table, but there's been no change to the top three positions which are filled by Mishani Spirit ($49,500), Oh Five Glory ($47,250) and Champagne Jet ($43,800).

Click here for the 2YO QTIS Ladder

For the 3YOs, Spirit of Boom runner, Boomtown Lass shared the top position with Rothesay's Trail of Glory, both earning $36,750 in QTIS prizemoney for February.  Another Rothesay runner, Macewen ran in second with $28,000 while Mishani Hustler, by Exceedingly Good was third with $24,500.

There's been no change to the seasonal table, Barefoot, by Show a Heart remains on top with $85,050 for the season followed by Hold the Line on $84,000 and Defence Missile with $80,050.

Check the 3YO QTIS Tallies Here