Ocala Horse Properties - 2023 Winter Farm Portfolio

STACY LARSSON REALTOR Stacy Larsson and her husband Olof, have been residents of Marion County for 22 years, relocating here to pursue their careers as horse professionals. Stacy is an International Grand Prix Dressage rider and trainer, while Olof is a worldrenowned champion 4-InHand driving competitor and clinician. Together they run Hidden Acres Dressage Inc., a successful training and sales operation in one of the most prestigious areas of horse farms in Marion County. Stacy has built an impeccable reputation for being honest in her horse sales business and always looks out for her customer’s best interest when choosing the right horse. Because of her love of building her own farm, real estate has become a passion and natural second career for her. In business, Stacy seeks to achieve excellence. She is parlaying these business skills and positive reputation fromwithin the equestrian world into her real estate career at Hudson Phillips. Since joining the team, Stacy has become one of the top 50, highest producers inMarion County in a very competitive market. Since settling in Ocala in 2000, Stacy has watched Ocala grow and flourish. The Larsson’s settled in Ocala due to the beautiful year-round climate, proximity to the equestrian lifestyle, access to nature and outdoor recreation, and a wonderful community in which they are raising their boys. CAMERON SCOTT REALTOR Cameron “Cam” Scott, originally fromRichmond, Virginia, has been immersed in the horse world most of his life. During his high school years, he commuted to Richmond every day for school while living with living with his grandmother in the countryside of Orange County so that he could ride often. During this time, Cam rode with several hunter-jumper barns in Virginia, competing in the junior hunters throughout his school years. While in Orange County, he began riding with Sally Lamb, who encouraged him to hunt so he could improve his skills and feel brave about riding across the country. While riding with the Keswick Hunt he earned his colors and was the first young rider to be hired professionally on the hunt staff as theirWhipper-In. Cam’s professional grooming, barn management and riding career has taken him on adventures throughout the U.S. and abroad, including a six months riding young horses for Linda Courtney Cadem (LCC Show Jumping) outside of Belfast, Ireland. He returned to Keswick, Virginia, where he gained invaluable A circuit experience with “the king of the working hunter ring,” Tommy Serio. Cam continued to work with several A circuit trainers, including the infamous Bill Schaub, who Cam assisted one year at Pony Finals where they had dozens of pony entries. This is howCam became an expert at multi-tasking and managing different client needs and personalities. Camhas been traveling toWellington for the past six winters for work, and this is where hemet the Desino brothers andMatt Varney. Due to Cam’s deep knowledge of and connections within the horse world, the Desinos recognized his potential within the real estate industry. In 2016 he was hired by the Desinos towork inMarketing, managing the Wellington Equestrian Realty booth in Tryon for 2 summers to market and promote Florida real estate to equestrian clientele. Through the Desino’s support, Cam completed his real estate licensing in 2017, working out of theWER office in Wellington for that season. He relocated to Ocala in 2018 to join in the start-up of their newest business venture, Hudson Phillips Properties. Cam’s focus is onmarketing and sales of luxury residential properties and small horse farms in Marion County. Cam loves living in Ocala because it is quiet and quaint and offers a variety of outdoor activities. When not working he paddle boards, kayaks, goes to the beach, and enjoys attending horse events. “Whether buying or selling your home, at Hudson Phillips Properties you get a team of well-known and world-renowned professionals who help you love where you live.” WINTER/SPRING SEASON 2023 | OCALA HORSE PROPERTIES 40 | OCALAHORSEPROPERTIES.COM To advertise Your Farm in this publication, please call (352) 615-8891