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RH Bijoux showing in Las Vegas at the World Cup
RH Bijoux showing in Las Vegas at the World Cup Come cheer on the Exotix RH Bijoux at the Las Vegas Breeders World Cup this Weekend, to be presented by Rodolfo Guzzo  
RH Triana named 2016 CHAMPION Mare
RH Triana named 2016 CHAMPION Mare RH Triana, bred by Robin Hood Farms and owned by Triana Holding LLC,  was named 2016 Scottsdale Champion mare. It was also annouced that Triana would be retired from the show ring by her new owners. Drago had the honor of walking Triana out of the ring for the last time as Champion. 
Arabian Horse Times ROL INTENCYTY - A Legend Maker
Arabian Horse Times ROL INTENCYTY - A Legend Maker Cover Story: ROL Intencyty—A Legend Maker by  KARA LARSON In 2002, within the green rolling foothills of Washington State, the world was honored with an amazing colt. Named in honor of his pure white dam, Intensive QCA and national champion producing black sire, Out of Cyte, he was destined to become a “Legend Maker.” What sounds like a storybook beginning, in fact continues to materialize with the success of ROL Intencyty and his champion offspring. With a magnetic look and heir of royalty about him, he grew up and prepared himself for the journey that lay ahead. An early glimpse of show ring sizzle
Abrakadabra RH
Abrakadabra RH SOLD !!! Abrakadabra RH was proudly bred by Robin Hood Farms. This Arabian stallion is sired by ROL Intencyty and out of Robin Hood Farms' US National top ten mare, Miss Starbuxx, who is sired by Magic Dream. This has been a wonderful cross for Robin Hood Farms and has produced this hugely exotic, black colt with great elegance and substance. Now proudly owned by Ms Elizabeth Kassis of Haras Santa Ana in Santiago, Chile, this young sire is creating a leagacy of his own!   
Welcome to Robin Hood Farms
Welcome to Robin Hood Farms

The owners of Robin Hood Farms started with the modest intention of  owning “a horse.” Drago Kragulj was raised on a farm that still used their horses to work the land and take them around the mountainous countryside. His wife, Robin Hood Kragulj was a suburban girl and knew horses only through Walter Farley’s novels. Probably this was the reason that their second horse purchased was a black Arabian colt sired by Saud El Warsaw. Drago named him Robin Hood. Robin says that a man that wants to own horses will do anything, even name the horses after his wife, if that is what it takes.