Her parents, Gwen and Rein, own Reindalyne Farm in Uxbridge, and her mother rode throughout her pregnancy. When Kendal was five, she and her brother, Tristan, got a pony named Dallas that she foxhunted and took to fairs and Pony Club. Coached by her mom, Kendal graduated to horses and as both her parents evented, she developed a similar passion. A Thoroughbred that had been too slow to race arrived at their barn as a sales prospect when Kendal was 16. Daily Edition failed his vetting, but she got along so well with “Ed” that the family decided to keep him. Little did Kendal suspect that she would be piloting the chestnut gelding around the Rolex CCI**** course a decade later. “Ed and I started out with Pony Club shows as well as horse trials,” she says. “In our first season together, we did a couple of pre-training and training…
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