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"Riding In The New Age!"

Are you a mediocre rider and want to be a great rider but don't know how?
Do you want to win at the horse shows or just become a balanced more secure rider?
Do you ever wonder what goes on in the mind of your equestrian heroes just before they enter the ring?
Are you a professional and seem to have hit a snag with a particular tough horse you've been training?
Are you easily knocked off balance while you ride?
Do you easily fall of your horse, even when he stumbles?
Do you want to be a more balanced rider?
Would you like to have a stronger seat?
Would you like to have a more effective seat?
Would you just like to be a better rider?

Read "Riding In The New Age" and learn how to answer those questions.-
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Welcome to "Riding In The New Age!"

Mary J. Murray has been training horses and giving riding lessons to people of all ages and levels since 1980. She has World Champion Trail, Western Riding, Hunter Hack, Regular Working Hunter, and Jumper Champions under her belt from AQHA, Paint, Appaloosa, Palomino, as well as European Halter Champions and the Hunter/Jumper circuits. She has also coached top equitation riders in both English and Western. She is currently located in Tucson, AZ and is in search of a new home to base her operation at. She is looking for a facility with Youth and Amateur students who are serious about winning. She can be reached at and you can see her business Web page at; and review her resume and references at;

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