It's off to Albury this Saturday night, with the main target being the $10,000 Ian Bruce Memorial String of Pearls.
Flying Moth, raced by the Parkers, of Maryborough, will be looking to bounce back into the winner's circle in the Fillies feature event.
However, while Tony has been happy with her work at the St Fort complex, he concedes she will need an ounce of luck from the back row draw.
"We're hoping some favors may fall our way because the race is only over the short 1770 metre trip," he said.
"And there's some handy rivals with excellent form on paper that we have to contend with as well."
The Peacock stable also has the promising Lusus Naturae and speedy youngster Majadore going around.
Lusus Naturae hasn't raced since May last year when he finished out the back at Brisbane's Albion Park after making a few mistakes.
He has so much promise, so let's hope he puts it all together at Albury.
Majadore was very brave on debut at Maryborough when third on February 2.
If he can repeat that effort he is going to be hard to beat in the lucky last, the Jack Adams Memorial for 2yos.