Drive A Piece Of HorseGirlTV History

October 25, 2011

The Jeep has been a part of HorseGirlTV since the beginning of the series and even featured in our first episode beyond the pilot, Importing Horses and CEM Quarantine Facilities at and many other fun episodes as well but it’s time to pass her on to someone else who’ll enjoy driving her as much as we have throughout the last five and a half years shooting HorseGirlTV all over the USA (and abroad altho the Jeep didn’t make that journey with us)!

If you know anyone seriously shopping for a well cared mid-sized SUV then please pass this along or have them contact us directly. The Jeep is currently located in Eastern North Carolina.

2002 Jeep Liberty Limited Edition 4WD
Exterior: Bright Silver Metallic Clear Coat
Interior: Dark Slate Gray
Seats: Cloth Low-back Bucket
Engine: 3.7L Power Tech V6
Transmission: Multi-Speed Auto, 45RFE

This is not a stock photo. This is an actual photo of the Jeep taken 24 October 2011. Click to enlarge.

The AC and compressor are new installed in 2010. It blows extremely cold and cools quickly. The tires are new plus the stereo and front speakers have been upgraded. The stereo is an Alpine iPod, iPhone, MP3 compatible with built-in hands-free bluetooth phone capabilities. This Jeep is tow ready. The Original Window Sticker includes all specifics directly below. Click to enlarge:

To see a complete set of photos of the Jeep, CLICK HERE.

Offered at $6735.00. Questions are welcomed from serious buyers. Thanks for looking!

What Helmet Does Angelea Use Or Recommend?

October 11, 2011

I’ve had quite a few fans recently email in and ask what type of helmet I ride in. After sending the replies I realized I should just put together a blog about it.

I have been riding in the Troxel Grand Prix Classic now for several years and it came in most handy when breaking in a young, über atheltic horse who’d been backed only 5 times as he decided it was a good idea to play bucking bronco. I came off and landed on the left side of my head. Ka-POW! Fortunately my helmet was tested to still be in great shape and since I had the helmet on, my skull was likewise in good shape with only my pride broken on the x-rays. 🙂

I picked the Troxel Grand Prix Classic because as the name boasts, it has a classic look with the velvet and the strappings seems to be small enough not to over power my tiny head and at under $100 it was a great quality helmet that was equally great on the pocketbook.

It’s a bit more pricey than my Troxel Grand Prix Classic but I have always thought the look of the Charles Owen Wellington Classic to be extremely keen. It’s pretty much the same traditional look of my helmet but I really like the low profile. It’s priced just under $250 which when one factors in brain surgery it’s simply a steal!

Averaging $50, the Ovation Deluxe Schooler Helmet is definitely a stylish, economical option and while it’s a little less on the traditional side one can always buy the nifty helmet covers in velvet if you’d like to dress it up.

Whatever you end up getting, check to make sure it’s SEI certified and to keep abreast of the latest in helmet technologies, giveaways and other fun stuff, you can always follow our friends Riders4Helmets at and let them know you heard about them from Angelea!

Please keep your questions coming in by contacting me at and thanks for watching the series!