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Emma graduated from Michigan State University Honors College in the Fall of 2020 and earned a Bachelor of Animal Science, with a concentration in Animal Biology. Emma has experience working as a Veterinary Assistant at a small animal clinic in East Lansing and loves to work with all companion animals. Here at Whitestone, Emma’s internship focuses on teaching riding lessons as well as horse, client and barn management. During her internship, her passion for veterinary pharmacy was discovered and she plans to attend pharmacy school in the Fall of 2022. 

Emma Munson

Animal Science,  2020
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

Abigail graduated from Virginia Tech in Spring of 2021 and earned a Bachelor of Science in Animal and Poultry Sciences with a Pre-Veterinary option and emphasis in Equine and Companion/lab animals. Abigail has experience workig as a veterinary assistant

 in Leesburg and has a passion to work with all animals. With no prior equine experience Abigail’s internship here at Whitestone will  concentrate on learning all aspects of Equine care and management as well as focusing on the veterinary aspect of equine managment. Abigail plans to go to veterinary school and aspires to work as an small animal vet while managing her own equine ranch. 


Abigail Klemm
Animal Science,  2021
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA


Briana graduated from Virginia Tech in May of 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Animal and Poultry Sciences with an Equine emphasis. Briana has a passion for all animals and has experiences from shadowing a small animal veterinarian to working with an equine veterinarian. Briana wishes to pursue a career in veterinary medicine, focusing on all aspects of equine care and health during her internship here at Whitestone. 

Briana Kincaid
Animal Science,  2021
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA

Hello! My name is Emma Bennett. I graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the Spring of 2021 with a Bachelor of Animal Science and concentration in Companion Animal and Equine Science. I am from Bloomington, Illinois. My goals after graduation have been to pursue a career in the equine industry, however, I was lacking in any real horse experience. I discovered the Whitestone Farm Internship program and believed it was perfect for me. I was attracted to the endless educational opportunities they were willing to offer someone like me. After having interned with them, I find myself blown away at all the knowledge I have gained, from everyday horse care, equine medications and veterinary work, barn maintenance and management, horse handling and training, to behavior and farrier work. I am beyond thankful for Whitestone Farm and all they have offered me. I look forward to the remainder of my internship here and my future in the equine industry that Whitestone Farm has made possible.


Emma Bennett
Animal Science, 2021
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL