Welcome to the new home of Tony Peacock Harness Racing

The 700 acre equine property St Fort is located on the Old Deniliquin Road about 10 minutes north of Moama.

The historic grazing station was founded more than 100 years ago, and the original homestead was the first stop in New South Wales for the Cobb and Co Coach Service.

Established later as an irrigation operation, St Fort was the base for Carl Reinehr's famed Boorabil Equine, originally associated with Harness Racing.

The irrigated river flats and gently rising loamy hills offer pastures of lucerne, clover, rye and oats -- and horses do exceptionally well.

When Tony and his team relocated to St Fort in 2014 they set about improving what was already a solid equine facility.

The lush, irrigated expanses of St Fort at Moama have been customised to provide the best in racehorse care and preparation.

Facilities include:

  • One mile all-weather fast work track
  • Sandy, hillside jog track
  • Horse swim
  • Treadmill
  • Newly-constructed barn with rubber-lined stables

Tony and his team welcome inspection of the property by appointment.