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Super Horse and World, Reserve World or National Champions in Quarter Horse, Paint, Pinto and Appaloosa breeds. There are NSBA World, Reserve World and Year End High Point Champions, American Warmblood Registry Inspection Champions and additionally Year End High Point Year End Champions in USDF (Dressage) competitions. WOW!

Our breeding for a new generation of performers lead to a natural transition into breeding and standing stallions which included the acquisition of double registered 5-time APHA World Champion HBF Iron Man (1996-2017), APHA World Show Slot Champion; Invite The Artist (APHA) and currently on all four Leading Sires Lists, 2-time PHBA World Champion; Caribbean Touchdown (AQHA/APHA/PHBA) and the addition of home-bred sires; AQHA & NSBA World Champion; DGS Vintage, AQHA Performance Champion; DGS Replicated, PtHA Reserve World Champion; DGS TheEntertainer (AQHA/APHA), Futurity Champion; DGS IndyGo (2005-2018) and World Champion Sire; DGS Vestastic (gelded).

Robin’s background is diverse. It includes 4-H local and state shows, becoming a 4-H Leader and participating for years with exceptional horseback and handicapped riding programs. Graduating from Meredith Manor School of Horsemanship with honors, she traveled around the country with top Morgan and Saddlebred breeding and show stables and running Quarter Horses before choosing to concentrate on hunt seat and sport type horses. Reproductive experience was gained by completing courses at Colorado State University, Ohio State University and ‘the School of Hard Knocks’…

DeGraff Stables maintains a lovely 42 acre reproduction facility in Port Clinton, Ohio. Robin’s sister, Chris, is credited with naming the “WhatiWork4” website… she knew that all i did was eat, sleep and dream of the horses, no matter the hours and where my regular work took me. We invite you look through the pages and please contact us…everyone has a story… I would love to hear yours!