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Rolling Stone Farm is an elite Hanoverian and Oldenburg (GOV) breeding farm located in beautiful Slatington, Pennsylvania. Our lovely and tranquil 40 acre facility is complete with indoor/outdoor rings, breeding areas, large box stalls and acres of rolling pastures in a very peaceful setting; perfect for breeding, raising and training truly wonderful warmblood horses.

Rolling Stone Farm is convenient to the Lehigh Valley International Airport, New York and Philadelphia. Visitors are welcome by appointment only.

 
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We hope that you enjoy your visit to this site. There are many pages for you to explore. Please contact us to obtain information and a video of Dheputy, Shakespeare RSF, Fhitzgerald, or Sir James inquire about breeding, or acquire additional information regarding any of the Sale Horses shown on this site.

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2017 foaling season
The 2017 foaling and breeding season season has started- keep an eye on the website for updates as the foals are born and the mares are bred. You can also find updates on my Facebook page Mo Swanson and Rolling Stone Farm (I'm not as good updating the farm Facebook page). Request that we become Facebook friends, if we are not already. 
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2016 year end results
2016 was another successful year for me, my horses, my homebred stallion Shakespeare RSF, ridden by Marcus Orlob, and for Rolling Stone Farm trainer, Cara Klothe! 
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2016 GOV Mare Inspection and Mare Performance Test Oct. 26, 2016
Months of breaking, riding, weekly free jump practice sessions and hard work on the part of RSF staff and riders resulted in 5 new Special Premium Candidate Mares being named out of 7 mares tested- a result to be proud of! 
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2016 GOV Foal Inspection at RSF July 25, 2016
Our GOV inspection on July 25th went really well, with our Rolling Stone staff and volunteers hard at work to present our own 16 foals out of 20 foals and one mare presented on the day. All of our 16 foals were named PREMIUM, with 6 Foals of Distinction named and 2 stallion prospects named. Judges were Holly Simensen from the US and Tommy Rhinow from Germany, who is in charge of the selecting and preparation of the dressage horses for the GOV Elite auctions. 
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GOV Foal Inspection and Stallion Licensing July 27 & 28, 2015
A BIG success!!

Our annual GOV inspection took place on July 27 & 28, 2015

 
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Foaling season 2015
Foaling season is actually almost over as I write this update. We have been busy with the new foals, as you can imagine. Plus, I have double digit pregnancies for 2016 already. I am insane, I think.... 
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Year End Awards 2014
2014 was a banner year regarding year end awards for the USEF, USDF, and USDF All Breeds for Rolling Stone Farm horses and for Mo as breeder. 
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2014 GOV Mare Inspection, Mare Performance Test and Stallion Licensing at Rolling Stone Farm September 9, 2014
The 2014 GOV Mare Inspection, Mare Performance Test and Stallion Licensing took place at Rolling Stone Farm on September 9, 2014. It was a big day for our horses with 5 mares being inspected and performance tested and two stallions being presented. 
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Rolling Stone Farm I SHOW RESULTS
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Special Premium Candidate Shavannah  
 sire  Sir James      dam  EM Rheceptionist 
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We liked Shavannah right from the start of her under saddle career here at Rolling Stone Farm, and our fondness for her continues after she showed very well at her Mare Performance Test and where she received good scores in her mare inspection. She placed 4th overall in a very high quality group of mares. Her scores include 8.0 for free trot, breed and sex type, trot in hand, general impression and development, and 7.5 for walk in hand, free canter, trot under saddle and canter under saddle. We took her off site to a riding clinic on March 10, 2017. It was her first time trailering and her first time off site. She was a pro- loaded well, stood on the trailer while the other horse we took was ridden, and she was super well behaved in the strange riding ring! Here's a few segments from the lesson (too long for a YouTube video to show the whole lesson):
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Fhraser  
 sire  Fuerst Romancier      dam  Elite Stute Shirlene 
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Fhraser is a very special, uncomplicated, tall gelding that we think will go far as a dressage horse (perhaps hunter???). He tries very hard to please his rider and he makes progress in every ride because of this. Amateur friendly, with an uncomplicated demeanor.
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Sheneca  
 sire  Sir James      dam  EM Dhewpoint 
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Sheneca was among the last of his age group to be broke to saddle and he is doing super. He is quiet, and cooperative to the best of his abilities at present. He is on a steep learning curve and is getting stronger every day. Here he is just 30 days under saddle:
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Shcrabble  
 sire  Sir James      dam  EM Alectra 
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I love it when my gut feelings come true about a horse when they are put under saddle. Shcrabble is a solid citizen with a super, volunteer attitude and an easy-going outlook on life. He has three good gaits and is super rideable. New video March 2017 after recovering from a hoof injury. 100% sound and back in work, but not in condition yet. Still a very good boy- amateur friendly, requiring no lunging:
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Shakespeare RSF  
 sire  Sandro Hit      dam  EM Acapella 
Owned by:   Rolling Stone Farm
In 2016, Shakespeare RSF was the USDF Reserve Champion Horse of the Year for Intermediare II with a score of 74.145% and the Champion American Hanoverian Society (AHS) horse at Intermediare II in the USDF All Breeds Award. He was named the AHS FEI Champion horse. His dressage talent was apparent early on. He was the clear Champion of his 70-Day Stallion Performance Test (2009, Okla.). He achieved Class I status with a score of 130.53 points overall (this score reflects a five percent deduction for being over four years old). He placed 5th for jumping with a final score of 105.31. Scores included 9.5 character, 9 temperament, 9.5 trainability, 8.5 trot, 9 canter (8.5 under saddle and 9.5 cross
country), 8 walk, 9.5 rideability, 8 free jumping, 8 stadium jumping, 8.5 cross country jumping, and 9.25 rideability. In 2014, Shakespeare competed successfully in Prix St. Georges and Inter. I, with scores up to 73.9%. He was chosen to represent Germany at the Nations Cup in Wellington, Fla. He was 5th for 2014 USDF Horse of the Year for Intermediate I with a median score of 71.623%. Shakespeare campaigned in 2015 at PSG and Inter. I, receiving scores as high as 82%. He was sixth at Int. 1 and 3rd in the Int. 1 Freestyle at the 2015 USDF National Championships. His sire, Sandro Hit, needs no introduction.
His dam, EM Acapella, produced two Champions at Dressage at Devon (DAD). Since 2009, Shakespeare has had 56 GOV foals (45 Premium, 15 Foals of Distinction). A young stallion, he has already sired three stallions licensed by the GOV- Shotgun in 2012, Shavane in 2014 and Shortstop in 2015. He is the sire of 8 Special Premium Mares and one Verbands Premium mare. He was the sire of the 2014 Young Prospect Champion at DAD and multiple Champions and Grand Champions in dressage breed shows, including Shopper, GOV USDF All Breeds Champion for 3 year old Colts and Geldings with an 80% and third nationally at that level. In 2015 and 2016, Shavane, Shortstop, Shabrina and Shtiletto were multiple breed show Grand Champions. Shcooter was Filly Champion and Reserve Champion Young Horse at 2015 Dressage At Devon, Also at Dressage at Devon 2015, Shabrina was 2nd 4-year-old Maiden Mares, 3rd Mare Championship and Shtiletto was 3rd Mare Materiale. In 2015, Shakespeare RSF was the sire of the grand Champion of the East Coast Hunter Breeding Futurity. In 2016, Shavane was Region 8 Stallion Champion and GAIG/USDF Stallion Champion at the NEDA Fall Festival in Saugerties. He also won the Stallion Materiale class at DAD 2016 and was Born in the USA winner. Special Premium Candidate Shabrina was 3rd in the USDF year-end awards for Four Year Old and Older Maiden and Yeld Mares with an 80.150%, and Champion in the USDF All Breeds Awards for GOV. Shakespeare RSF is the 2015 and 2016 USEF Sire of the Year for Dressage Breeding. He also sired the 2016 East Coast Future Event Grand Champion with 86.988%. Shakespeare’s foals are strongly stamped by their sire, displaying
elegant exteriors, correct conformation, willing temperaments and beautiful gaits. Shakespeare RSF is schooling all of the Grand Prix, and he will show at that level in 2017 after recovering from a mild tendon injury.
Video from 2015 schooling all the Grand Prix movements:

Intermediare II FL 2016:

Intermediare I freestyle:
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Special Premium Candidate Shabrina  
 sire  Shakespeare RSF      dam  EM Wyneth L 
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This is an FEI horse in training. The changes are coming along, as are all of the lateral movements. She is sensitive and requires a tactful ride, so she is not for an untrained rider, but we feel she will have the high collection of passage and piaffe and we feel she will perform brilliantly to the top levels with a skilled rider. In 2016, she ended up in 3rd place for the USDF Year End standings for Four Year Old and Older Maiden and Yeld Mares with 80.150%. She was Champion in that division for GOV USDF All Breeds Awards. Her breed show results included: Maplewood Warmbloods I- Mare Champion (85.45%0, Mature Horse Champion, Reserve Grand Champion. Maplewood Warmbloods II- Mare Champion (80.15%), Mature Horse Champion. Region 8 GAIG/USDF mare Championship- third. New video- Feb 2017:
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Special Premium Candidate Shtiletto  
 sire  Shakespeare RSF      dam  EM Fhrance 
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Shtiletto is a SUPER horse and I'm a very proud breeder. Her full sister was ranked 3rd in the nation with a score of 8+ for the FEI 6 year olds in 2016 and recently sold doing all of the PSG work. At just 5 years old, Shtiletto had a successful dressage record and a successful breed show record. Shtiletto has been multiple times breed show
champion, and she was Champion Young Horse Prospect at Dressage at
Devon 2014, winning her Material class with an 80%. Shtiletto
has been shown in dressage with many wins and successes. In
January 2016, she received a 69.242% at 2nd level test 1 at a
schooling show. She was shown in 1st level tests 2 & 3 at the
wind blown, chilly VADA/NOVA Spring 2016 where she received
scores up to 70.469%. At Windy Hollow Hunt June 2016 in NJ,
she received 70.882 and 71. 324 in First 3, 70.469 at First 2 and
71.818 at Second 1. She is now learning flying changes and they are coming along fine.
Feb 19, 2017:
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Special Premium Candidate Hhemlock  
 sire  Hotline      dam  Lhoretta 
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Getting better and better under saddle- video from Feb 14, 2017:
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Shuez  
 sire  Sir James      dam  Elite Stute Fhlora 
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Shuez is going to be tall, and she has an easy relaxed way of going suitable for dressage or hunter. She successfully completed the Mare Performance Test and was placed in the main mare book of the GOV. She also has valuable bloodlines for breeding. New video 2-14-17:
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Shavane  
 sire  Shakespeare RSF      dam  EM Rheporter 
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Shavane was licensed by the German Oldenburg Verband in 2014 with very high scores (8 breed and sex type, impulsion and elasticity in the trot, general impression and development, canter and saddle position). He then went to the 2015 70 day stallion test in Oklahoma. He would have placed third overall (117.64), 2nd in dressage (127.05) and 5th in jumping (104.19), had he not been severely injured (read- hairline fracture of the LF cannon bone) just a few days before the stadium jumping final days. His scores up to that time included 9.5 temperament, trainability, and rideability, 9.0 character, trot, and gallop cross country, 8.5 canter, walk, and free jumping. He has since recovered completely and has gone on to a very successful show career. He was named the 2016 Region 8 GAIG/USDF Stallion Champion and was also the Reserve Champion Mature Horse at Saugerties. He was placed third in the Region 8 Training level Championships with a 69.659%- this was his second horse show under saddle ever! He then went to Dressage at Devon the following week where he was the Reserve Champion Stallion and where he won the Stallion Materiale. He is 2016 USDF Horse of the Year Third Place for Stallions 2nd in the GOV All Breeds Award.
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