Ocala, Florida. Horse Capital of the World.
Ocala, Marion County’s Largest city, got its name from “Ocali” which comes from the extinct Timucua Indians that used to live in the region. Also known as Horse Capital of the World, Ocala, Florida has quite the diverse economy. It is no surprise as to why the real estate market here is booming.
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Ocala is known as the “Horse Capital of the World.” With 1,200+ horse farms and more than 50 known breeds of horses throughout Marion County, it is staggering to consider the impact these stately animals have had on the Ocala community. Nowhere else in the world will you find this combination of superior soil, beautiful weather year-round, countless numbers of equine competitions, and a seemingly unlimited number of retail services that focus solely on horses.
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