A boutique, purpose-built thoroughbred nursery developed to cater to every horse’s needs.

The former dairy farm has been cultivated to provide all the facilities required for a premier thoroughbred farm.

Located at Flinders on the stunning Mornington Peninsula, Musk Creek Farm is set on 140 acres of undulating pasture, to a backdrop of rolling green hills and ocean views. The property boasts equine-specific pasture, fertile soil, a mild climate and is easily accessible from Melbourne being an effortless one hour drive via freeway.


David Kobritz,


For over 25 years David Kobritz has been at the forefront of both the racing and property industries.

David is a member of the committee of the Moonee Valley Racing Club, Syndicate Member of an A- League team, Melbourne Heart and Managing Director of Deal Corporation Pty. Ltd., a highly successful property development & investment firm, which specialises in a range of projects across a diverse range of industries.

In conjunction with his professional career, David has expanded his racing interests from his first horse purchased in 1977 to 50 horses today. As an owner, David has won both the Melbourne Cup (Subzero) and the Golden Slipper (Danzero), he has racehorses with numerous trainers including Gai Waterhouse and Anthony and Sam Freedman, and has tasted Group 1 success as a breeder with Epsom Handicap winner Rock Kingdom.

Musk Creek Farm is a culmination of both his professional and personal interests.

Teresa Poon,


Moving to Melbourne with her family in 1991 from Hong Kong, Teresa’s keen eye for business saw her emerge as a pioneer of residential property conversions.

One of her first clients was David Kobritz, and they have been working together successfully ever since. Teresa was previously a member of the Hong Kong Jockey Club and her and David’s shared passion for racing drew them together.

Since stepping back from their property business, Teresa has played an active role in the development of Musk Creek.

In 2015 Teresa founded the Australian Chinese Jockey Club (ACJC), which aims to encourage local Chinese community engagement in racing in Melbourne and Sydney. Under Teresa’s guidance, the ACJC has flourished and in 2017 Racing Victoria became an official partner.

Scott Williamson,


Originally from Epsom, England, Scott has developed and honed his skills and experience working in the thoroughbred industry globally for over 20 years.

Having held various positions at many of the world’s leading farms including Coolmore (IRE), Darley (GB) and Lane’s End (USA), Scott has spent the last ten years in Australia.

Previously Farm Manager at Yulong Park, Assistant Manager at Edinglassie Stud in the Hunter Valley, Farm Manager at Twin Palms for the late Philip Esplin and Wet Mare Manager at the iconic Widden Stud, Scott’s extensive skill set includes mating and stallion selection, farm development and planning, and he has vast experience as a leading preparer of quality bloodstock for the commercial sales market.

“Being an integral part of Musk Creek Farm, I am fortunate to have this opportunity to develop the farm further. It’s so important that your input is valued and together with David, I can advise on top trends and matings that will continue to improve and enhance the quality of bloodstock we are producing. We are not trying to play the numbers game, so our focus is to offer the highest quality horses possible for the commercial sales circuit.”

Bec Williamson,


Having just completed her fifth season at Musk Creek Farm, Bec Williamson has amassed a wealth of knowledge and expertise in all divisions of the thoroughbred industry. Having studied Horse Husbandry & Farm Management at Tocal Agricultural College, Bec started her career at Widden Stud working in the yearling division, as well as gaining experience in broodmares, foaling and weanlings, before becoming a capable PA to Derek Field.

Bec then acquired further experience on the sales circuit through respected vendors, Torryburn, Bhima, Rosemont and Cambridge. Efficient in roles both on-farm and in the office, Bec was Vinery’s Stud secretary, before holding the position of Operations and Accounts Manager at Yulong.

Currently stud secretary, Bec is responsible for all marketing, vet sheets, sales entries, accounts and client communication, as well as ensuring the day to day operations run smoothly.

“I love working at Musk Creek, and the best part is my employers. Genuine and hardworking, David Kobritz and Teresa Poon have been inspirational, and it is such a thrill to be handling and dealing with such high-quality stock.”