Highland Acres Equestrian Center

Barn Staff


Jay Assistant Manager


Caroline Cormier Assistant Manager 

Barn Assistants (photos to come)





Barn Staff


Manager Beverly Lieberman:

I've been around horses all my life, grew up on a farm with horses and other farm animals, With 5 sisters and 1 brother we were raised with a love of all animals big and small. My love of Paints started with my first horse at age 12 named Star.  That love continues with my new bad boy Scout.  Worked 2 seasons at Hollywood Park Thoroughbred Racetrack in Inglewood California while going to UCLA.  Exercising  horses and being around celebrities was a once in a lifetime experience.  

Barn Staff

The early years

Head Instructor/Trainer Krystle Daniels
Krystle's endearment for horses was known at the early age of three.  She started working at her grandfather's farm as well as local horse farms taking on a high level of responsibility and developing a hard working skill set at a young age.  Her determination to purchase her own horse was achieved at the age of twelve.  There was nothing more rewarding to her at this time then to financially support and care for her own horse.  She continued to thrive and cultivate her equine career path leading her to obtaining her MA instructor licenses in 2000.  She has been teaching and training locally since and has had the wonderful opportunity to work with Dottie Morkis, Helen Cast6 and Mary Bahniuk Lauristen to name a few.  In Early 2013 Krystle's diligence in veterinary care landed her a position at Essex Equine in Bolton, MA.  She became a proud new mom in August of 2016 and joined Highland Acres Equestrian Center in October of 2016 and is thrilled to be part of a fun, dedicated and knowledgeable team.  
Krystles welcoming and positive demeanor along with a versatile teaching style has allowed her to successfully teach all ages, riding levels and several disciplines.  Whether you're a timid beginner or advance rider Krystle creates an environment that is fun, safe and sets a pace that caters to each individual's goals.  Her knowledge and desire to do what is best for both horses and riders helps create happy, healthy and sound horses as well as happy riders.  Along with teaching balanced riding, corrective aiding and biomechanics she puts an emphasis on "listening to the horse" to educate students
and clients on horse behavior.

 "Horses are always talking to us and it's important to listen if you want to develop to a true partnership"

Mark - Husband and all round nice guy

Tabatha   Finance Assistant Manager