By Glenn Davis
Beaudesert’s Jeff Dunn admits the training caper is a difficult profession but the rewards keep enticing him to continue.
Dunn has a team of 14 horses in work at a property he and his partner, jockey Rikki Jamieson, rent at Beaudesert.
Dunn has trained one metropolitan winner since taking out his trainer’s licence five years ago.
His city success was with Glass Of Rose who claimed a two-year-old race at Eagle Farm in February last year.
Dunn had a dream of winning a $1 million race with Glass Of Rose but she could only manage tenth to Boom Torque in the Magic Millions QTIS race at the Gold Coast last month.
Glass Of Rose was entered for Ipswich on Thursday but Dunn has decided to scratch her and will rely on More Love in the Maiden Handicap over 1350 metres.