STALLION SPONSOR SERIES – The Foals of DGS IndyGo
Homebred by DeGraff Stables, DGS IndyGo is an exciting young hunt seat stallion that became the first stallion owner/breeder Robin DeGraff has chosen to walk in the footsteps of their leading sire, World Champion Indian Artifacts. DGS IndyGo is a top performer and has lifetime earnings in excess of $16,000 including his Championship win at the 2007 Just for Pleasure 2 YO Open Hunter Under Saddle class! Homozygous for the black gene, DGS IndyGo is a 17.2 Hand, dark brown/black stallion by Indian Artifacts and out of the Invitation Only mare; Taking Invitations, who is half-sister to Private Pleasure.
His trainer, Missy Thyfault, comments on his great capabilities and willing and wonderful temperament. She adds that he has the modern conformation and the huge stride that is so sought after in not only today’s Hunter Under Saddle market, but that of any English venue. We love his uphill build, the length and angle of his shoulder and that great hip of his.
His first foals arrived in 2010, and we are looking forward to their debut in the show pen next year as three year olds. Big, quiet, pretty and exceptionally slow-legged at the lope and big-strided at the trot – these are some phenomenal foals. DeGraff Stables is really excited about his future as a top performing sire. Visitors to the farm are in awe of the stallion himself and his offspring.
DeGraff Stables will provide support for the IndyGo offspring through incentive fund programs and advertising all designed to help promote his foals!
The foals of DGS IndyGo:
To learn more about DGS IndyGo –
- He is standing at DeGraff Stables in Kentucky in 2012. Click here to visit his website.
- For more information, or to book your breeding, click here to visit DGS IndyGo on the DeGraff Stables website.
- Click here to visit his Facebook Page