The Race is on for the 2019 QTIS Premiership

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The race is well and truly on for the 2019 QTIS Premiership.

Only one win separates the leading contenders in the 2yo category, with Michael Nolan (pictured) currently on $106,450 and Darryl Hansen sitting on $96,200. Tom Button and Toby Edmonds could also easily come from behind to take the coveted award if they have some good wins in the next four weeks.

 

For the 3yo QTIS trainers, Toowoomba's Tony Sears currently has a good lead, with $190,700 in QTIS bonus prizemoney for the season, Les Ross is on $168,150 so is still in with a shot at winning the award, and if Tony Gollan has a good month he could still come out on top, with a current QTIS purse of $159,900.

See the  QTIS Trainers' table here

It's anyone's race in the 2yo QTIS Performers on Earnings category. Less than $3,000 separate's Rothesay's top runner, Gem of Scotland from Lady Yendor, by Mahisara with Sizzling Babe currently on $54,750 in QTIS bonus prizemoney for the season to be sitting in third spot.

Click here for the QTIS 2YO ladder

For the 3yo gallopers, Spirit's Choice, on $87,750 is just holding off Hold the Line ($85,800) with Barefoot on their heels with $85,050 and Defence Missile is still in with a shot at the title, close behind on $84,000.

3yo QTIS Premiership here

 

And are you interested in the leading sires as the 2018-19 season draws to a close? Click here for the Qld Sires