QTIS Premiers for April

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Toby (pictured) and Trent Edmonds led the charge for QTIS 2 year old racing earning $61,250 in bonus prizemoney to come in $7,000 ahead of Tony and Maddysen Sears with Steven O'Dea third this month on $33,300.

It failed to change the standings for the seasonal table however with Les Ross, Roberty Heathcote and Tony & Maddysen Sears still making up the top three.

Mark Currie had the best month for 3yo trainers, banking $54,750 in QTIS bonus prizemoney with Chris Munce, Jackie Crompton, Garnett Taylor and Matthew Dunn all on equal second with $24,5000.

Robert Heathcote maintains a comfortable lead for the overall seasonal table on QTIS earnings for 3yos with $286,550, followed by Tony Gollan who has earned $235,800 and Tony & Maddysen Sears are holding on to third with $154,600.

See the QTIS Trainer's Premiership here

 

Spirit of Boom juvenile, Spirit One was the leading QTIS 2yo in April collecting $42,000 for connections, Loving Miss by Love Conquers All banked $36,750 to take second position while third on $31,500 was Tumbler Ridge by Spill the Beans.

The result has seen Spirit One jump to the top of the seasonal table on $89,250, knocking Lady Banff into second with $84,000 and Rothfire ($73,500) moves down to third.

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Mishani Secret by Mahisara raced away with $49,500 for connections and the title of top QTIS 2YO for April, it was a four-way tie for second with Bold Style, Iced, Stampe and Xanthus each collecting $24,500 and increasing the standings for their sires, Whittington and Better Than Ready.

The monthly statistics haven't affected the top three positions on the QTIS 3yo seasonal table, with Guntantes ($105,000), Better Reflection ($94,500) and Gem of Scotland ($84,000) holding steady.

The Leading QTIS 3YOs are here