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In Unity There Is Strength
With more people in the Ocala horse industry united for one goal, comes new possibilities, new partnerships and new opportunities. The Ocala Horse Alliance is a new organization that is uniting ALL aspects of the horse industry in Marion County. Join now as a member and begin to socialize, make new connections, explore vast partnerships, be a part of industry marketing initiatives, and avail yourself of educational seminars and programs.
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Whether you breed it, ride it, braid it, shoe it, dress it, feed it, house it, show it, train it, drive it, treat it, ship it, trail it, write about it, lease it, judge it, appraise it, massage it, photograph it, promote it, whisper to it, or just love it… you are an integral part of the horse industry.
The Ocala Horse Alliance… Giving Spurs to the Ocala Horse Industry.
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Article Date: June 5, 2020
It is with great sadness that the Ocala Horse Alliance is sharing the tragic news about the death of Larry Ray Pruitt, his son-in-law, Shawn Charles LaMont, Larry’s daughter, Jody Rae LaMont, and their two children, Jayce and Alice LaMont ages 6 and 4 respectively. The five members of the family were killed in a plane crash in rural Georgia on the way to a funeral on Friday afternoon.
Larry was the founder and president of Shadow Trailers and Shadow Trailer World and an icon in the equestrian industry. Larry built Shadow Trailers into a preeminent, highly successful national trailer manufacturing and sales company.
Shadow Trailers became the title sponsor of the Ocala Horse Alliance and the OHA Summit. Both Larry and Shawn were believers in the Alliance, its mission and goals and were hands-on, very active members of the OHA.
The Ocala Horse Alliance has lost dear and valued friends. The equestrian industry has lost an ingenious marketer, a visionary and an enormous supporter of horses and the horse industry.
Services were held at Meadowbrook Church 4741 SW 20th Street
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