Supreme Thoroughbreds has come a long way in its short history and the future is looking bright as well. Since October 2008 we have been operating from 120 acres in Portingales Lane, Romsey, Victoria. Located in the Macedon Ranges of Victoria some 60 kilometres north of Melbourne, this is our primary property. The property consists of boxes, stables and yards, yearling paddocks, spelling paddocks with shelters, 2 training tracks, 2 well appointed barns, an 8-horse walker as well as a house which is home to Team Supreme foreman, Ben Tyrrell his wife Bec and their young boys Jack and Harvey.  This property is primarily used for mares in foal, foaling and yearling preparation. The property is in excellent condition to accommodate thoroughbreds with electric fencing, automatic water troughs, three dams and a bore. We also have boxes with yards with lights to encourage the mares to come into season.

In October 2009, we invited friends and family to join us in planting over 1,000 trees on this property and the timely rains soon after ensured that both the trees and the paddocks are lush green and growing very nicely. The property has a welcoming and relaxed feel and this is conducive to the horses settling in and thriving under our care.  An integral part of producing high quality horses is a commitment to creating the right environment and a large part of this involves best practice pasture management. Supreme Thoroughbreds uses only natural fertilizers and has a pasture maintenance program which includes annual re-seeding. We also have Master Plans which guide the future use and development of the properties under our control and this ensures the regular implementation of improvements to the pastures, buildings and equipment

In November 2009, we also took a lease over a 160 acre fully set-up horse property within 10 minutes of our main farm. This enables us to spell our existing property. The property consists of a large number of spelling paddocks with shelters in each, stabling and many large paddocks with rolling hills. The property is in the middle of some of the best land south of the divide and is ideally suited for spelling race horses and agisting mares and weanlings.

Formerly the home of long-term clients, Jan & Bernie Mortimer, a farm of 200 acres at Digger Rest became home to Adrienne & Brent Grayling in April 2015.  This established horse farm gives Supreme additional capacity to care for dry mares and prepare yearlings.