Ride Well Clinic with Lynn Palm | Byron, Ohio | Horse Trainer

July 1st, 2009

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RAMM Horse Fencing and Stalls Presents: Lynn Palm’s 2009 Ride Well Clinic, to be held in Bryan, Ohio at the RAMM Equestrian Research and Development Farm on August 28th-30th, 2009.



Palm Partnership Training

9445 NW 60th Ave.

Ocala, FL 34482

352.629.3310 Phone

352.629.3470 Fax



OCALA, FLORIDA (April 30, 2009) – Palm Partnership Training proudly announces the 2009 “RIDE WELL CLINIC TOUR” coming to an area near you! Join Lynn Palm and Cyril Pittion-Rossillon to take your riding to a new level! Beginner, Youth, Amateur, Pleasure Rider or National Champion! The RIDE WELL CLINICS are a great value for everyone. With a minimum of 18 hours of instruction over 3 days, these clinics are an affordable way to train with two of the best educators in the industry!

Lynn Palm and Cyril Pittion-Rossillon will personally evaluate each rider’s skills, horse’s level of training and proper tack fit. Smaller groups will be formed within the clinic according to each participant’s skill level. Small groups will rotate between riding sessions and lecture to give each rider a thorough understanding of the lessons. Clinic participants will learn common sense-achievable, humane, dressage principles for all breeds of horses and all rider disciplines. Lynn and Cyril will follow their successful training methods-improve the horse by improving the rider.

Three of the “RIDE WELL” clinics have been selected for a special 4 day session to include a “Show & Tell Horse Show/Clinic.” The “Show & Tell” Horse Show/Clinic will offer competitive events including Showmanship, Horsemanship, and Hunt Seat Equitation and is open to all breeds. Participants in the competitive events will be judged for score and receive valuable feedback from the judges including show ring strategies and training tips. Participants will have opportunities to “Ask the Judge” and have several chances to win great prizes in excess of $1000! “Show and Tell” is open to the public and to all clinic participants.

Participant enrollment is limited to guarantee personalized instruction. Participants must be able to walk, trot, canter and young and green horses are welcome. Spectators are welcome at all Ride Well Clinic locations. For more information on the Ride Well Clinics, enrollment and spectator advance ticket specials go to: www.lynnpalm.com

2009 RIDE WELL CLINIC Tour Dates

May 23-25 Fountain, CO

July 16-19 Bessemer, MI

July 30-August 2 Bowdoinham, Maine

August 14-16 Ferndale, CA

August 20-23 Dousman, WI

August 28-30 Bryan, OH

October 2-4 Jamestown, TN

October 9-11 Valley Lee, MD

About Lynn Palm

Palm’s career highlights include 2007 American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Horsewoman of the Year, a record four AQHA Superhorse wins, AQHA Female Equestrian of the Year by the Women’s Athletic Association, named one of the top United States clinicians by Horse & Rider magazine, over 34 AQHA World and Reserve World Champions, over 50 bridleless dressage exhibitions at events including the National Horse Show, 1989 World Cup and the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, and World Cup. Palm and Cyril Pittion-Rossillon are co-founders of three horse industry companies: Palm Partnership Training, Women LUV Horses, and Alliance Saddlery USA.

About Cyril Pittion-Rossillon

Pittion-Rossillon’s career comes to Royal Palm Ranch from Paris, France, where he earned his Riding Master Degree from the French National Equestrian School. His extensive background and experience as a professional equestrian offers an effective and unequaled complement to the equestrian programs offered at Palm Partnership Training. Pittion-Rossillon’s teaching accomplishments include: Instructor for six years at Brimborion Equestrian Center, the largest equestrian center in Paris, Co-Founder and Director of School for Training Young Professionals for the First Degree of Riding Instructor, Youth and Amateur coach for AQHA & AHSA competition.


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