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David Landrum Stables Welcomes Carrie Martin



David Landrum Stables is pleased to announce the addition of Carrie Martin.  Martin has extensive years of experience and success in the training and showing of pleasure Tennessee Walking Horses as well as being an accomplished riding instructor.

Carrie Martin comes to David Landrum Stables from Montverde Academy Equestrian Center in Montverde, Florida.  Carrie’s resume includes many World, International, and Versatility Champions. David Landrum Stables is proud to have one of the most talented and respected trainers in the industry today. 

Horses are now being accepted for training and lessons will also be offered.  Contact David Landrum Stables at (615) 790-0312, David Landrum at (615) 351-2224, or Carrie Martin at (352) 242-7683.

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