Country Setting close to town

Breeding & Raising quality
Warmbloood Horses

Rolling Stone Stables and RV park is an 80 acre horse ranch conveniently located just 2 miles off of I-40 at Exit 192 in Shawnee, OK.  We are a horse farm and RV park with 15 large grassy sites located in a peaceful, country, equestrian setting.  Come stay for a day, a week or a month or longer!  Our private fishing lake is fully stocked with Catfish, Bass and Bluegill and it is always available to our guests.  We also welcome overnight guests to our Horse Motel offering indoor box stalls, covered sand pens. and outdoor pipe pens.  A large outdoor arena and round pen is available for turnout.  If you would prefer not to travel a short distance back to town to stay in a hotel we also have fully stocked RV's available for nightly rental.  Our short and long term guests will enjoy miles of hiking and riding trails, private fishing, or just watching our mares and foals in the pastures.  Our horses are our business and our passion, we have 25 years experience breeding quality Warmblood horses from World class bloodlines.  Visit our broodmare and sales page for a full description of our horse breeding program.   We are also proud hosts of Oklahoma Extreme Cowboy races (EXCA) on our ranch 

Breeding FEI level performance horses is no accident.  Our foals carry some of the finest and most competitive bloodlines in the World. We have over 25 years experience breeding quality Hunters, Jumpers and Dressage horses from Elite Stallions and mares with proven performance records. Our foals are known for their trainability and Amateur friendly dispositions.  All foals are imprinted at birth and socialized in group of horses from weaning age up.  Early training even includes exposure to our Extreme Cowboy obstacles as they are hand walked through tunnels, over bridges, through water, up steep banks and past other obstacles designed to build confidence and trust from an early age.  



   Forrest Jump 3rd in Nation in hand



​​ Flagstaff Gold show by Olympian Karen O'Conner