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Wendy Murdoch

Wendy Murdoch
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Wendy Murdoch has ridden since childhood in a variety of disciplines including Hunters, Dressage, Eventing, and Reining. Wendy has been teaching internationally for over 20 years. Her goal is to make riding more enjoyable and fundamentally simple by showing her students how to achieve what great riders do naturally. Learn more: www.murdochmethod.com

The Rider’s Aids: An overview of how we direct the horse

Written by Wendy Murdoch The time has come in this ongoing series of articles on lateral work to talk about the rider’s aids. In the...

In Search of the Perfect Circle

Written by Wendy Murdoch This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.28 “We cannot monitor the horse’s understanding of our communications, we cannot evaluate his physical...

Improving Your Weight Aids

Written by Wendy Murdoch Many riders struggle to apply their weight aids correctly. While your dressage instructor may clearly tell you where to have your...

If Only We Had X-Ray Vision. A Closer Look At How...

Written by Wendy Murdoch Previously I have discussed a simplified model of looking at the rider’s and the horse’s skeleton using the analogy of a...

Bettina Drummond talks about Mr. Nuno Oliveira

Written by Wendy Murdoch This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issues No.1 and No.2 When a great horseman passes away, his insight and his personal...
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