Wendy Murdoch Clinic
to Oct 5

Wendy Murdoch Clinic

SEPTEMBER 30 - OCTOBER 5, 2017:  WENDY MURDOCH joins us again this fall for a special two-day clinic for 12 riders. She will also offer private and semi-private lessons and a group Feldenkrais class. See flyer below for details. For more information on Wendy, visit her website murdochmethod.com. If you'd like to learn more about the Feldenkrais Method, visit feldenkrais.com. To sign-up, contact Susie Buck at susie@mvhorsecenter.com or call 508-338-7198.

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to Dec 8


The Horse Center offers unique programs bringing horses and humans together to promote emotional, physical and spiritual well-being.  Group-based programs foster personal development, communication and relationship-building skills through interactions with horses. 

Our teaching method is inspired by the Vaquero style of horsemanship, where “the feel” of the horse is emphasized. Horses are sensitive herd animals with their own social rules and group dynamics. As prey animals, horses are highly intuitive and keenly aware of their surroundings and constantly providing us with feedback through non-verbal body language. By partnering with horses, participants can gain insight about themselves and how they relate to others. 

Our Fall 2017 program runs from October 11th through December 8th.

Pony Pals (Age 7-9)   Wednesday 3:30-5pm
Barn Buddies
 (Age 10-13)   Thursday 3:30-5pm
Horse Sense
 (Age 14-Adult)   Friday 3:30-5pm

Our eight-week program delivers a unique perspective on the horse-human relationship. Through groundwork and riding, students learn the language of horses along with the way in which a prey animal thinks and reacts. From these experiences, students develop self-awareness, improved communication and problem-solving skills. Students also learn general horse care, grooming and tack. Students gain a solid foundation of horsemanship to continue their riding education, as well as skills that can be helpful in all aspects of life. All classes are age-appropriate. Program fee is $240. Note that some weekly sessions will only include unmounted activities. No class week of 11/20/17. 


Equine Assisted Learning (EAL)

In Equine Assisted Learning, participants engage in unmounted groundwork and skill building exercises. Our group activities are designed to promote self-discovery with the horse providing instant, honest unfiltered feedback. 



Horsemanship offers a unique riding approach to grow self-awareness, build confidence, improve communication and develop a more meaningful
connection with the natural world. 


A family favorite, Fun & Games is for our youngest equestrians age 4-6. Pony rides, obstacle courses, grooming and other fun horse activities.  This class is not a drop-off. No registration required. The fee is $20/participant.

This class will be held from 10-11:30am on the following Saturdays: 9/9, 10/7, 10/21, 11/4, 11/18.

For more information, call us at 508-338-7198 or email info@mvhorsecenter.com

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