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Lynn Palm teaches Western Dressage, Ranch Riding Oct. 20-21

From Horsetrader sales staff - October 4th, 2018 - Ingate Column

Lynn Palm

Lynn Palm

California Western Dressage Association will present a Western Dressage and Ranch Riding Clinic with Lynn Palm Oct. 20-21 at the George Ingall’s Equestrian Event Center in Norco. Palm is a world-renowned trainer, clinician, author and judge with a long list of accomplishments including 34 AQHA World and Reserve World Championships, seven Western Dressage Association of America™ World Championships and four “Superhorse” Championships. The four-time AQHA World CHampionship Show judge has performed over 50 bridleless exhibitions with the legendary Rugged Lark, and she also performed western dressage freestyle exhibitions at the 2017 FEI World Cup Finals Dressage Showcase. Don’t’ miss this opportunity to learn from a world class professional. Sharpen your ranch riding skills and learn how you can use western dressage to improve what you do with your equine partner in the “dressage court”, as well as in other disciplines—or out on the trail. Award-winning equestrian journalist Jennifer Forsberg Meyers quotes Lynn Palm as on western dressage, “You’ll love the control you gain…adding that it’s all without a bigger bit, without sharper spurs.”

Sign up now for a weekend with Lynn Palm and learn the secrets to improving your performance. Participating rider packages and audience tickets are on sale now for the Ranch Riding and Western Dressage Clinic. Find more information on the ad on page 27, and visit www.cawda.org for registration details.

Experience first-hand the exciting and rapidly growing sport of cowboy mounted shooting with Kenny Lawson at Norco Horse Affair on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 6-7. (Check schedule for times.) Lawson is a professional trainer located in North San Diego County who has developed a proven training program for his mounted shooting clients. The 2017 season proved successful with three world titles, four national titles, five regional titles, 13 state championships, and an overall regional high-point victory.  According to Jim Rodgers, founder of the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association, “Kenny Lawson has revolutionized mounted shooting in California”. Kenny trains at Silver Dollar Ranch in Valley Center. For more info, see he ad on page 40, visit www.SilverDollarRanch.com or call (760) 805-6061.

Sheryl Lynde, a John and Josh Lyons Certified Trainer, specializes in foundation training, colt starting and problem solving. She is adept at working with both horse and rider to break old habits and learn how to better understand and communicate. This fall, on Oct. 20-24, Lynde will be hosting a five-day camp clinic at her ranch in the beautiful Temecula Wine Country. Participants will experience extensive ground work designed for each specific horse’s needs, and will problem-solve in a manner designed to elevate each person’s level of horsemanship. This clinic is limited to only four participants. The cost is $975 per rider, includes lunch each day and horse accommodations. Dry camping is available on-site. Sign up today! If you’d like to see Sheryl’s style of training and horsemanship in action, you can visit her as she presents at Norco Horse Affair, Oct. 5-7 at George Ingalls Equestrian Center in Norco. See her ad on page 22, and visit www.SherylLyndeClinics.com or call (760) 285-0160 for more information.

The seasons are changing, which means it is almost time to break out the blankets. Don’t let the fear of knowing when and how to blanket stop you in your tracks. SmartPak not only offers a large selection of products, but the company is also pleased to offer a wide range of educational content, designed to help you blanket smarter. As the Ultimate Blanket Destination, SmartPak’s tips range from blanket basics, to what you need to know when it comes to actually buying a blanket. There is also additional information about clipping, and “Ask The Expert” advice from a veterinarian and expert groom as added resources. To get the full details and to learn more, you can get started by visiting SmartPak.com/BlanketingAndClipping. See the SmartPak ad on page 9, and get on the way to checking out the selection of blankets for yourself. You can also visit www.SmartPak.com or call 1-800-461-8898 for more info about how to pick the right blanket for your horse.

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