No other clinician today can begin to match Lynn Palm Pittion-Rossilon's
first-class reputation and proven performance record as an all-around trainer, showman, exhibitor, and entrepreneur. Some of Lynn's notable accomplishments include: 34 World and Reserve World Championships; Four Superhorse titles; American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Female Equestrian of the Year; bridleless exhibitions with the legendary Rugged Lark at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, National Horse Show, The Washington International, and the International World Cup; 2003 Equine Affaire Exceptional Equestrian Educator Award winner; 2006 AQHA Professional Horsewoman of the Year; and Women's Sports Foundation 2000 Female Equestrian of the Year. Lynn and her husband Cyril Pittion-Rossillon conduct Palm Partnership Training courses at Fox Grove Farm in Ocala, Florida, and at Royal Palm Ranch in Bessemer, Michigan, and Lynn's "Ride Well®" clinics are offered across the country. (lynnpalm.com)
Stacy Pigott is an award-winning journalist, editor, and photographer. She spent 12 years in Southern California as Editor of QuarterWeek,a twice-monthly magazine covering American Quarter Horse racing, before moving to Texas to take the helm of Cutting Horse Chatter, the official publication of the National Cutting Horse Association. Last year she returned to her first love—Quarter Horse racing&mcash; as Editorial Director of TRACK Magazine. Stacy's work has also appeared in the Los Angeles Times; Quarter Racing Journal; American Quarter Horse Journal; Appaloosa Journal; The Trail Less Traveled; Arabian Horse Times; Weatherford Democrat; and Fort Worth Business Press, among others. She currently resides in North Texas with her dog, two cats, one horse, and a donkey. In her spare time, she plays violin with the Fort Worth Civic Orchestra.