Gralla Farms is a 360 acre Thoroughbred breeding, polo, and hay farm, which is a living laboratory where Stan Gralla put into practice many of the design concepts that he still practices today.
Gralla Farms started out as a small house that was part of a 160-acre homstead claimed in the Oklahoma Land Run of 1889 which has been in Mary Ann's family, Stan Gralla's wife, for four generations. The 1,200 square foot main residence connects to Gralla's offices, where Stan Gralla Architects design studio first specialized in designing equine facilities nationwide. In addition to housing Stan Gralla Architects, the farm is where the Gralla's bred their horses and ran a commerical hay business. In addition to the main house and architectural offices is a 600' conference building that encompasses the idea that from planting to drawing the entire farm is their office.
This historic farm has won multiple National Conservation Awards including those for pasture management, erosion control and water site management.