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Visit Marion County Horse Country In Style In A GMC Truck From Sullivan Buick GMC In Ocala

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The Horse Capital of the World is the title that was given to Ocala/Marion County in 2007 and speaks to the county’s unique involvement in all things equestrian. Champion horses come from here. At Sullivan Buick GMC in Ocala, is the place where you can find all the horse power you need to get around horse country. There is no better way to see horse country than from behind the wheel of a GMC truck.

Needles was an American Hall of Fame Champion Thoroughbred racehorse. In 1956, Needles became the first Florida-bred horse to win the Kentucky Derby and also won the Belmont Stakes. Since then, world champions have attributed part of their success to their time in Ocala/Marion County. In fact, the last two Triple Crown winners, one of the highest honors and accomplishments for thoroughbreds, have ties to Ocala/Marion County—American Pharoah trained here and Affirmed was born, bred and trained in the County.

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‘Win’ In Man vs Nature In a 2019 GMC Sierra 2500HD from Sullivan Buick GMC

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There is something about the power and capabilities of a truck that brings out that, “man against nature,” feeling. The new 2019 GMC Sierra 2500HD is the kind of truck that can scratch that itch.

You can see the man against nature meme at various off-road venues where big trucks are plowing through mud, brush and water. They’ll be crawling over rocks too, if they can. When they get stuck, that’s where the real fun begins. Another big or even bigger truck shows up to pull people out of muddy, sloppy jams, spinning tires and revving engines. Even if you could, you would never do this with a new truck would you? No, but the truck aficionado has no qualms about things like this because trucks are made to work, push the limits and provide the means to solve problems on the spot. With that said, the GMC Sierra 2500HD is one sweet problem solver!

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