QTIS Premiers for January


Les Ross (pictured) collected $57,600 in QTIS bonus prizemoney in January to top the list for QTIS 2YO Trainers, followed by Peter Fleming with $25,500 and Trevor Rowe pocketed $18,800 for the month thanks to QTIS 

Matthew Dunn remains at the top of the table for the 2YO Traines on Earnings for the Season with $84,000 but Less Ross is nipping at his heels, only $50 behind. Les' good results in January saw him push Tony and Maddysen Sears into third with $66,050.

Tony Gollan ($195,150) and Robert Heathcote ($190,000) remain at the top of the QTIS 3YO Trainers' table after one again featuring prominently in the January rankings. Heathote collected $54,000 in QTIS bonus prizemoney to be the leading 3YO trainer for January, followed by Tony & addysen Sears with $42,550 and John Wigginton on $36,750, Wigginton's good results has seen him jump into third spot on the Season table with a total of $102,700.

See the QTIS Premiership Trainers' Table here

Mishani Miss was the top QTIS 2yo in January, earning connections $36,750 in bonus prizemoney, with Clever Hunter next in line on $17,000 however their efforts weren't enough to change the seasonal table with Lady Banff still in the lead, collecting $84,000 in QTIS bonus prizemoney so far this season followed by Rothfire with $49,000 and Spirit One remains in third position on $47,250.

Click here for the Top QTIS 2YOs

 Better Reflection, by Better Than Ready and Rothesay's promising galloper, Roasted both earned $36,750 in QTIS bonus prizemoney in January to share the top of the premiership table for the month, followed by Raging Pole with $28,000.

On the seasonal table, Better Reflection ($94,500) is now edging closer to Guntantes who remains at the top of the list with $105,000 and Gem of Scotland still sits comfortably in third with $84,000.

See the Leading QTIS 3YOs here