The “World Famous” Lipizzaner Stallions Unveil “The New Pegasus” The University of Central Florida

| Mar 19, 2009

ORLANDO, Fla. — In a unique partnership, the University of Central Florida Alumni Association has been “adopted” by the most famous equestrian show in America — The “World Famous” Lipizzaner Stallions — whose owner White Stallion Productions, based nearby in Oviedo, is stepping in “to help create the best live mascot program in collegiate America.”

White Stallion President Gary Lashinsky said the company will provide their prize stallion for event appearances “as a gift to our hometown university commemorating our 40th anniversary.”   He introduced Maluso as “The New Pegasus & The UCF Knight” to a cheering crowd of students, Trustees and alum on Memory Mall led by the UCF cheerleaders, dancers and pep band.

Pictured from L-R are:  Libby and Gary Lashinsky, UCF Board of Trustees Chair Rick Walsh and UCF President John Hitt next to “The New (Lipizzaner) Pegasus & The UCF Knight.” – Reversing a Tide of Clutter

By the time Dorothy Breininger dropped — miraculously, it seemed — into his life, Lloyd Drum, at 75, had pretty much resigned himself to going to jail.

The reasons lay in the odiferous piles of moldering, rodent-infested clothing, furniture, books, expired coupons, bikes and bike parts — thousands of bike parts — that crammed his two-bedroom house and flowed over the yards, porches and garage.

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