Palm Equestrian Academy Offers Book Lover’s Package with Words to Ride Well By

Palm Equestrian Academy’s Lynn Palm and Cyril Pittion-Rossillon encourage everyone to “be the rider’s their horses deserve”. The pair believes the best way to do that is to improve the rider, therefore, improve the horse. In addition to countless hours of hands on instruction, presenting at clinics and crafting take home training videos, Palm and Pittion-Rossillon have created a series of books that illustrate just how to improve the rider to improve the horse.

Beginning with the award winning training series from Horse & Rider, Head-To-Toe Horsemanship is a compilation of easy lesson plans to build a strong, secure and effective riding position, take riding skills to a higher level, improve communication between horse and rider and increase in-saddle confidence. This 12 lesson series has a bonus 8 great relaxation and strengthening exercises.

In The Rider’s Guide to Western Dressage there are 12 Lessons to go from the basics to the first horse show. In these lessons, fine tune the horse’s responsiveness, improve rider’s balance and position, ramp up head-to-tail body control, find straightness with forward and rhythmic gaits and net seamless transitions. After all of that, learn how to ride a dressage test and prep for that first show.

To round out the Book Lover’s Package, The Rider’s Guide to Real Collection, is a hardcover brilliantly illustrated training guide which follows a progression to achieve willingness, balance and the perfect frame for performance horses. By following three simple stages, the horse can become light, balanced, willing and ready to take on any challenges with a rider. Real collection increases smoothness and responsiveness, extends the horse’s athletic life, promotes free flowing movement and improves steering and maneuverability.

There is no better value than for this nearly 350 pages chock full of information for horse and rider. Between the common sense progression and the perfectly captured images, this package of 3 titles is second to none.

To purchase the Book Lover’s Package at a savings of 20%, as a gift to yourself or another rider, visit http://www.shoplynnpalm.com/books.htm. In the comments of the order, write to whom the books should be autographed.

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, 7 WDAA World Championships and 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. Palm is the author of The Rider’s Guide to Real Collection and Your Complete Guide to Western Dressage.

 About Cyril Pittion-Rossillon
Pittion-Rossillon hails from Paris, France, where he earned his Riding Master Degree from the French National Equestrian School. With his extensive equine background and thirty years of experience, Cyril brings an ideal background to his instructor duties. His credentials include: Trained under members of French Olympic Team • French Junior Jumper Circuit • French Open Jumper Circuit (Levels 5 and 6) • Eventing Preliminary Division • AQHA & USEF Hunter Division • USEF Competition Youth & Amateur Coach• WDAA World and Reserve World Champion Coach • WDAFL High Point Winner Instructor and Coach • Co-Director and Instructor Palm Partnership Training Clinics • Co-Founder and Managing Director of Alliance Saddlery

 Contact:
Palm Partnership Training
9445 NW 60th Ave
Ocala, FL  34482
352.629.3310 Phone
352.629.3470 Fax
generalinfo@lynnpalm.com

 

 

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