This build was done with old-school precision and attention to design detail…You can only imagine the heads that turned when this El Camino hit the pavement.
What’s on your Christmas wish list? If it’s a dream come true, one-of-a-kind ride, FSD Hot Rod Ranch in Eustis, Florida has just what you are looking for: a 1965 Mercury M100 with 650 HP Stylebox designed by Ken Currie. It is also distinguished for being one of the top ten picks by Hot Rod Magazine in 2015, and is one of only 1000 ever made.
If you are tired of shopping online or at big box stores, take a pleasant drive through the scenic fields of Ocala, Florida horse farm country and visit Horse Country Trading Company, a retail shop for equestrians nestled into the 56 acres known as Kimberden.
The jewelry designs are her own, and so is the craftsmanship. Each item is hand produced by Cindy in her shop, designed in clay, cast in pewter – no China out-sourcing here! She has designed jewelry for many Fortune 500 companies, and her market stretches from coast to coast. It is easy to see why; If you love jewelry and love horses, she creates just for you.
Cracker Barrel Restaurant and Old Country Store is not only fun, it’s convenient. Where else can you shop for horse-themed home goods and indulge your taste buds with homestyle cooking at the same time?
Left to right: Sam Tabares, Manager, Mickey Govine, Receiver and Sarah Eyes, Team Lead 1. Thanks to the Leesburg, Florida store for letting HRL visit! Local feed stores cater to the horse owner community in a way that most big box stores cannot. Whether it’s a familiar face wearing a smile that welcomes you or…
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, and welcome to the HRL Holiday Gifting Page! We’re celebrating the horse life with unique gift items with an equine flair from Tractor Supply, Cracker Barrel, talented local artisans, and more!
HRL is honored to introduce Barbra Schulte! Accomplished as a writer and rider, a teacher, and most importantly, as a human being, she is a Professional Cutting Horse Trainer, Personal Performance Coach, Author, Clinician, and Equine Consultant.
On the front cover of the book, it states The Gift is “A Treasury Of Practical Mental Strategies To Empower our Riding”; Barbra explains it as ”life lessons learned from the back of a horse.” While that may be true, this book is an inspiration for all lives lived, with horses or not. It suggests that not only can we survive, but we can also thrive.