Rolling Stone Farm I Dheputy
 
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Dheputy- conf Nov.

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Dheputy lic. trot 1

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Dheputy  
2009
Oldenburg Stallion  
sire   Dauphin      
    
dam   EM Rhussia Rotspon/Armin
Color: Bay   Date of Birth:   May 13 2009
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Suitability: Dressage, Hunter
Video: Yes    Markings:  star, 4 white socks 
       
Breeder: Rolling Stone Farm Owner: Rolling Stone Farm
 
Stallion Breeding Info
Stud Fee:    private treaty           
        EVA Testing:    negative, vaccinated yearly   
Breeding Approvals:    Provisionally licensed by the Oldenburg Horse Breeders Society (GOV)in 2012           
       

Licensed for breeding by the GOV on July 23!

One of two homebred stallions licensed in one day! 

2009- Dheputy was named premium and a stallion prospect by the judges at our GOV inspection. He also received a ribbon and the title, "Foal of Distinction"- one of four we received that day!! This is a really special colt with an engaging personality. Nearly perfect conformation and super movement- what more could you ask for? Foaling report: EM Rhussia had this beautiful colt just hours after her mother, Alure, delivered a beautiful colt by Loerke. OMG- what a good one this colt is! He is a super mover with a lot of presence.

Inspection Comments

Dheputy was licensed for breeding by the GOV on July 23, 2012, along with another homebred colt, Shotgun. I am a very proud breeder! These two are the 5th and 6th licensed stallions that we have presented and the 3rd and 4th homebred stallions to be licensed. Dheputy had only been back from the outside breaker for only a month. We had only time to free jump him three times before the licensing (nerve-wracking....). What a good boy he was! We will breed him to a few select mares next season, and send him to the 70 day stallion test in 2013 as a four year old. Here is a recent video from 2-17-13, Cara riding:

video taken 12-12-12: 7-23-12:

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