Home HG Volume 09 HG Issue 33 – Winter 2017 Proper Turnaround Position with Wendy Murdoch

Proper Turnaround Position with Wendy Murdoch


Excerpt from the Horseman’s Gazette Issue No. 33

The turnaround is taught with quite a few varying instructions for the rider… often times actually hindering proper and free movement for the horse. In this segment Wendy Murdoch helps a student rider learn to ask her horse to turn around without getting in his way. Understanding how our position can help or hinder our horse is invaluable for the turnaround, and every other movement we ask of our horses.

The original length of this clip is 13 minutes 11 seconds

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