But that doesn’t mean there’s
nothing we can do but sit (er, ride)
and wait for the next fall. There’s a
lot we can do, and it starts with being
a better rider.
Wendy Murdoch, a Virginia-based clinician and Feldenkrais practitioner, was
badly injured in a fall. After her accident,
doctors said she wouldn’t walk again.
Instead of accepting that outcome,
Murdoch discovered ways to regain
her mobility. Her teaching began
from that foundation, and now is
built upon the science of biomechan-ical movement and anatomy of horse
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Murdoch suggests a
few ways to prepare
each time you ride to
minimize the scenarios
that can result in a fall
and the severity of the
TACK CHECK: Every time you
tack up, check that the girth is tight
and that the billets and stirrup leathers are in good condition.
GUT CHECK: Pay attention to any
warning signs you sense or feel, and
listen to that wise voice telling you
not to do something. Don’t cave in to
peer pressure, and be aware if you’re
tired or stressed before making a
decision to push on.
GEAR CHECK: Always wear an
approved helmet (English and western versions are available), boots
with heels, and seriously consider
purchasing a safety vest.