Windy Fox Farm

  "The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing"- Walt Disney 

About Kendall Pray

Kendall Pray has been riding and training professionally for over 10 years. She's been riding since the age of 5, and has training in just about every discipline English or Western. 

     As a young rider, Kendall competed successfully on her own OTTB in local and rated shows in Illinois, Missouri, Indiana and Kentucky winning numerous champion ribbons in the jumper arena. Kendall was not blessed with a horsey family, or one with an outrageous show budget, and she uses that practical approach with her clients today. In college she was also a member of the Kansas State University Varsity English Team.

    Since completing her degree in Kinesiology in 2008, Kendall has managed and ridden for numerous barns in the Manhattan, Kansas area before relocating to the Wichita area. Showing mostly young and inexperienced horses in the hunter and jumper rings, she has a certain knack for putting those first show miles on young horses, and starting over with hot thoroughbreds. Kendall also truly enjoys teaching riders, from up-down lessons to those wanting to be competitive at the highest of levels. 

   When she's not horsing around, Kendall and her husband, Matt enjoy doing CrossFit, watching scary movies, gardening (as long as she doesn't see a spider), and collecting animals on what they affectionately refer to as "the funny farm". You will most likely meet the two fainting goats, Thor and Spartacus upon arrival. There is also 12 chickens, 4 ducks, 1 rabbit, 5 barn cats, and 2 dogs. Kendall and Matt really strive to make Windy Fox Farm family friendly, because they live it! They have two kids, Trystan Kinsley, "Smidge", (4 almost 5!), and Thayer Maximus, "Max" (14 months). 

Why Us?

The staff at WFF is made up of people that you would want your kids to be around. We strive to be good role models, and we have a "team" approach in everything we do. This is the barn where you can drop off your kids on a Sunday after church, they learn to help other riders, take care of the animals and make friends they will have forever.