Palm Partnership Training Presents Gary Rockwell Clinic

Lynn Palm and Cyril Pittion-Rossillon are fortunate to host Gary Rockwell, International FEI 5* Dressage Judge and USDF L Faculty Member, Sept. 23-24.

Palm Partnership Training offers educational programs for both horse and rider. Each year, they continue to promote learning from other professionals in all facets of the horse industry. This year, Lynn Palm and Cyril Pittion-Rossillon are fortunate to host Gary Rockwell, International FEI 5* Dressage Judge and USDF L Faculty Member, Sept. 23-24.

As a member of the United States Equestrian Team, Gary Rockwell represented the U.S. in competition throughout Europe. He and his Danish mare “Suna” won a Team Silver medal at CHIO Rotterdam in 1993 and a Team Bronze at the 1994 World Championships at The Hague, Netherlands. As a USEF judge for more than 25 years, he officiated at many regional finals and national championships. As an FEI judge, he officiated at North American Young Rider Championships, FEI Challenge Tours, European Championships, World Cup Finals, the 2008 Olympic Games in Hong Kong and the 2012 Olympic Games in London and the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero.

September 23-24, Rockwell will bring his expertise to Fox Grove Farm in Ocala, Florida, to instruct a limited number of riders and their horses during individual sessions throughout the two days. Riders of all levels are welcome and spectators are encouraged to observe, take notes and interact with Palm and Pittion-Rossillon as well as the riders and other spectators. Judges are encouraged to join to further their skills from Mr. Rockwell’s vast pool of experience.

Horses, riders and their guests will be more than pleased with the wonderful amenities at Fox Grove Farm, including a covered arena with adjacent stalls, turn out paddocks, ample parking and convenient on-site lodging. In addition, lunches will be offered for riders and spectators for both clinic days. All-inclusive packages for an educational weekend getaway can be arranged.

While there is no limit to the number of spectators, rider sessions will be limited, so to take advantage of this fantastic opportunity with one of the most sought after international equestrians, contact Marie-Frances Davis at 352 629-3310 or or register at

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, 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






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