Month: October 2020
Joshua Phelps, the “S” in FSD (Father Son Daughter) Hot Rod Ranch, is also the Media Director for the dealership, and shared with us the history as well as the specs of our current vintage truck profile: a 1937 Dodge pickup featuring a 426 HEMI EFI, built Chrysler 3-speed automatic transmission, electronic overdrive, and custom leather interior.
Horses permeate all aspects of our lives, and Halloween is no different. What would a holiday be without including our beloved four-legged friends?!
Big Bob, born in 1877, was a cemetery horse in Sanford, Florida. For 28 years, history shows he pulled a hearse to and from Lakeview Cemetery, carrying the dead’s coffins to their final resting place. Established in 1884, Lakeview Cemetery is now part of five cemeteries incorporated into the current Sanford Municipal Cemetery complex.
Above all, this season, enjoy who you are and what you love, horses! Know that if you own a horse, you are truly blessed this Thanksgiving, and you may be one of the few demographics that can continue doing what you love.
Need a Halloween costume for your horse, but don’t have a lot of time or money? Check out this video for ideas and inspiration! (Thanks to Michelle Padgett from Unicorn & Centaur for sharing this awesome content with HRL!)
Horse & Rider Living has paired two fun fall recipes from The Ranch Kitchen…starting with a nutritious, colorful, protein-packed, Whole 30-compliant skillet dish that will be a perfect dinner before the cookies – and any other sweet treats – that will follow. Orange has never looked so good!