Franklin horse supply

Franklin Horse Supply is owned by horse lovers Ames and Sherrin Krebs.

Located at 1561 Columbia Avenue, the store strives to be the one-stop for local equestrians and horse owners.

They carry a wide range of tack, apparel, gifts, equine health care, stable supplies, feed, hay, shavings, and bedding to meet the needs of all horses and riders in our area.

“We specialize in connecting riders with the tools they need, so a large part of our business is custom or special orders for our clients,” Ames said. “With our store conveniently located inside the Franklin Kubota dealership, we truly complete the package with tractors, implements, and ATV’s also being offered for sale.”

The Krebs also run Franklin Kubota, Franklin Rental and Columbia Kubota.

“We cater to all disciplines and breeds,” Ames said. “If we don’t have it in the store, we are happy to order you the right item for your needs.”

They practice what they preach, too

“Our employees are all riders and horse owners themselves, each coming from very diverse equestrian backgrounds,” Ames said.

The store, which they opened in 2012, came about because of the Krebs love of horses.

They will ride with their children on their land any time they get the chance. They know the needs of Williamson County horse owners, and are passionate about it.

“At one time, horses outnumbered people in our county, and still the farmland here makes the perfect home for both horses and horse lovers,” Ames said. “We are also located near Brownland Farm, one of the largest show facilities in Tennessee.”

For the future, they hope to keep meeting horse and horse owner needs.

“We hope to continue to meet the needs of our horse and human clients, expand our presence at horse shows with our mobile unit, continue to outfit riders in style, and provide healthy options to horses in our area,” Ames said. “We are growing our online presence to meet the needs of our busy customers, and hope to continue to provide easy solutions to our customers with the latest technology.”

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