Concord Stud Farm is a 249 acre farm in Cream Ridge, New Jersey. Robin and David Meirs III and their family have lived here for 40 years and have spent that time building and creating a top Standardbred breeding and foaling facility. With it’s rolling acreage, Cream Ridge is called a “Little Lexington”, a wonderful place to raise next year’s top race horses.

David, Robin and their eldest daughter Julie, use ecologically sound practices and were “green” long before it became so trendy. The use of fly wasps to combat the fly population and the sheep and goats for weed control are only 2 examples of their practices. In addition to the original farm, Concord has added the 136 acres of Four Willow’s Farm in Hightstown, New Jersey. Additional expansion of 125 acres in Littlestown, Pennsylvania was made to offer PA residency and access to the lucrative PA Breeders Awards.