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Marie Bouvet Relocates To Franklin Saddlebreds, LLC




Lesson trainer Brittany Harris, Karla Landrum, Marie Bouvet and David Landrum

Marie Bouvet joins Franklin Saddlebreds, LLC located in Franklin, Tenn., as their head trainer. Owners, David and Karla Landrum are pleased with the addition of Bouvet to the team. Bouvet, originally from Lakeville, Minn., has been involved with the saddlebred industry for many years. “I’m excited about starting a new and exciting chapter in my life in Franklin, Tenn., training for David and Karla Landrum at Franklin Saddlebreds, LLC. Looking forward to being a part of such an amazing team with Brittany Harris and Larry Taylor. Let the fun begin! The possibilities are endless to continue to promote the saddlebred in this area,” stated Bouvet.

Bouvet has been associated with noted champions such as: Toy Story, Don’t Bug Me, First Round Pick, Undulata’s Crystal Clear, Madeira’s Reality Check and Just Surprize Me.

“Karla and I are proud to have Marie Bouvet join us at Franklin Saddlebreds, LLC. We’re looking forward to continue the legacy of saddlebreds in Middle Tennessee,” said David Landrum.

Bouvet joins Brittany Harris who is the lead instructor for the operation’s lesson program, Franklin Riding Academy. Franklin Riding Academy caters to rider of all abilities – from beginners to seasoned veterans needing saddle time.

The barn is located at 4468 Murfreesboro Road in Franklin, Tenn. For more information on lessons or training call (615) 790-0312.

 

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