IMPORTANT UPCOMING EVENTS AT WKF:

PAM GOODRICH CLINIC.... May 13-15, 2024

SPRING SCHOOLING SHOW....May 4, 2024

RIDE A TEST .....May 3,2024

     

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67.844% WDAA 3rd/4th Level

From Cabrina Scott:
"Really enjoyed myself.  Met a lot of very nice folks.   Learned a great deal.  Thank you for putting on the show."
Cabrina Scott


​                       "official WKF ShowPhotographer" 

      ​2020 GAIG/USDF Region 9 Championship

​Reviews sent from previous shows:

 FRAN'S  SHOWCASE               PAST and  PRESENT

                                                   

​Adult Amateur

  66.813% Intro

Mallory Bennett

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​The Farm.....

​ 69.498%, 2nd Level

WKF Winter Schooling Show, 2024

Kelly McChesney "Out take" Photo's 

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​        Open Champion

houstonimagedesign@yahoo.com

​Cindy Kimber

                 32118 Old Hempstead Rd, Magnolia, TX 77355


​ WKF Winter 2024 Schooling Show Saddle Pad Winners:

Becky Nesbitt

WKF Past Schooling Show Pictures:

                     WINDY KNOLL FARM 

Owned and operated by Fran Kehr since 1981.

Located on Old Hempstead Road, this unique      horse farm includes a 200' x 70' covered   (lighted) competition arena as well as a regulation outdoor (lighted) sand dressage arena, a large open three acre manicured  grassy knoll and 60' round pen. There is a sixteen stall main barn and two smaller auxiliary show barns with 50 additional stalls and turnout paddocks.

Windy Knoll has been home to as many as 30 horses of all breeds.  

    Inspirados & Fran win the

           

    

​​​​​​​​​Windy Knoll Farm


​Junior Champion

Third Level GAIG/USDF Freestyle

Show Testimonial from Doris McDonald:
"We( the MacDonald family of riders) had a blast at the show on Saturday. Again it was at hot as I remember Windy Knolls shows to be. We had two young inexperienced horses and one old inexperienced rider who's horse could complete the test better without that rider input. But we had a lot of fun, met some nice people and saw a lot of people trying hard to be better for their horse. Thanks for making this opportunity available to us.
Doris MacDonald