“Ryan is an exceptional trainer, he really knows his stuff,” Jones said.
“Horses excel with him and he always turns them out looking a treat, I can't thank him enough for all of the success he has given me over the years.
“It was good timing really, because Ryan and Dannielle should have been married by now, smiles all round.”
The 37-year-old Ipswich-born owner, said it was always special to win a Saturday night race in the city.
“That was my first Saturday night winner since Ima Top Tycoon won in November,” Jones said.
“Iam The Joker was my last winner at Redcliffe in January and I suppose all-up I’ve owned maybe a couple of dozen since I started owning standardbreds about a decade ago.
“Ima Top Tycoon is my pride and joy, the best I’ve had - I owe this boy so much.
“He is a real pleasure to be around, he’s a very versatile pacer and Ryan is doing a great job with him.
“He’s also working the same magic with this Ultimate Ad, I was delighted with the drive as well - Dannielle is a quality driver and I couldn’t be happier.
“I wouldn’t miss their wedding for the world, Ryan’s first winner for me was Wirrawee Echo at Albion Park in 2014 - who was at $100-1.”
Jones is the younger sister of popular Queensland race-caller Dean Jones, while her father Ken enjoyed the races and her other brother, Brad, used to be a bookmaker.
“I’ve also been around people who were born into it, it didn’t take me long to get hooked,” Jones said.
“I’m just so pleased I have such an awesome trainer and driver to call on, I’m also a big fan of Taleah (McMullen)’s driving as well.”
Jones relocated to Redcliffe 10 years ago to be with her partner, Victoria, who is a qualified vet nurse and also a big horse lover.
Jones has worked for Bunnings since she was 16, and back then the company was known as Hardware House.
“I love going to the track on race-day but I understand what is needed to be done to get back to normal sooner,” Jones said.
“Queensland Racing, the trainers, and drivers, has handled it all so well and so professionally.
“It is because of them and the guidelines being adhered to we have been able to continue to race.”
Meanwhile, Veivers and Grant Dixon provided the individual training highlights on Saturday night with two winners apiece.
Veivers and Danny Gatt-Bouquet combined with Lettucefirestar to win race two, while Dixon trained and drove four-year-old mares, Miss Moneybags and Saint Kilda Beach to win races six and seven.
Dixon’s two triumphs in the sulky were matched by Narissa McMullen, who won behind the Richard Hutchinson-trained Havana Moon in race four and the Stephen Cini-trained Garland Greene in the last event.