QTIS Premiers for November

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Matt Dunn (pictured) had a phenomenal month in November, collecting $73,500 in QTIS bonus prizemoney to be the leading 2yo QTIS trainer for the month ahead of Peter Fleming who collected $25,500 and Robert Heathcote enjoyed a good metro win and picked up $24,500.

Dunn's success last month has seen him rocket to the top of the seasonal table for 2yo QTIS trainers, pushing Tony & Maddysen Sears into second place on $57,550 in QTIS bonus prizemoney for the season so far, with Robert Heathcote jumping into third spot on $49,000.

Tony Gollan also enjoyed excellent results in November which saw him collect $78,800 in QTIS bonus prizemoney and not only be the leading trainer of 3 year olds for November, but jump to the top of the season table, with Chris Munce remaining in second postition with $95,150 in QTIS bonus prizemoney and Rex Lipp falling from top spot into third position with $87,300.

See the QTIS Trainers' Premiership table here

Lady Banff was the standout QTIS 2yo, with two wins and $73,500 in bonus prizemoney to be the best 2yo for November, and take the lead on the table for the season. Sing for Violet came in second place with $25,500 and Rothfire collected $24,500 after a good win in Brisbane.

Top QTIS 2yos Here

Guntantes, Sugar Boom, Kalik and The Odyssey were the top QTIS 3yos for November banking $49,000, $36,750 and $24,500 respectively.

However, Gem of Scotland with $84,000 in QTIS bonus prizemoney remains at the head of the table for the 3yo season with Guntantes moving up into second position with $80,500 and Better Reflection relegated to third with $57,750.

Click here for the QTIS 3yos