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Business Name MA – Whit Acres Farm
Name Kristen Whittaker
Address 111 Circuit Street
Norwell, MA 02061
United States
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Business Phone (781) 659-4321
Website WhitAcresFarm.com
Services & Credentials

Name: Kristen Whittaker
Address: 111 Circuit Street – Norwell MA 02061
Email Address: whit.acres@verizon.net
Business Phone: (781) 659-4321
Mobile Phone:

Website: http://www.WhitAcresFarm.com

Professional Service: Clinician, Instructor, Trainer

Short Biography

I offer training and lessons in Western Dressage, horsemanship skills, and versatility training.

Description of Services:

I have been riding and competing for over 25 years, originally in the Arabian show world. More recently, I have used horsemanship skills, versatility, and Dressage to enhance my training, and I have been competing in WD since 2013. I attended the 2016 WD World show in Oklahoma with 2 horses, earning a Top 5 and a Top 10 in the Level 1 Open level.