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The Debut of Women Luv Horses Proves to be an Exciting Success

Ocala, FL – June 5, 2007 - Women Luv Horses, an educational equestrian retreat designed by Lynn Palm, proved to be an overwhelming hit with everyone involved!

The event was held May 18-20, 2007 at the Cabarrus Arena and Event Center in Concord, North Carolina, just outside of Charlotte, and consisted of demonstrations, workshops, seminars, shopping from world-class vendors, and live music by Templeton Thompson. The featured clinicians were female role models in the horse industry; Cynthia Cantleberry, Martha Josey, Jane Savoie, Stacy Westfall, and Lynn Palm.

Spectators came from all over the country and all had positive energy from the event. “The thing that I was most impressed with was how available all of the clinicians were to speak with us one on one between lectures. It was a great experience to be able to pick the brains of some of the top horse people in the industry about my horse questions!” raved Carrie Lamoreaux.

One of the most popular highlights from the weekend was the Fashion For Fillies Show held Friday night that featured clothing from Kerrits, Hobby Horse, and Wrangler. Saturday night showcased the Cowgirl Party, which sold 130 items in the silent auction and raised $14,600 for AQHA America’s Horse Cares and the Professional Horseman’s Crisis Fund.

Summed up well by Bonnie Krajnik, “My experience at Women Luv Horses was empowering, not only to me as a professional woman involved in the nutritional aspects of caring for equine, but also on a personal level. I enjoyed the whole weekend, especially Saturday evening's event. Listening to the endearing life stories and interesting experiences told by talented, beautiful women who are legends in their own time was very inspirational, and priceless.”



For more information about future Women Luv Horses weekends, please contact

Palm Partnership Training at 1-800-503-2824 or email gerneralinfo@lynnpalm.com.

PALM PARTNERSHIP TRAINING™ is a world class international equestrian education center with Equestrian Facilities at Fox Grove Farm, Ocala, FL, and Royal Palm Ranch, Bessemer, MI. Palm Partnership Training™ Equestrian Facilities provide training for competition and recreational horses and riders. Palm Partnership Training™ hosts Hunt Seat, Dressage, and Western equestrian schools throughout the year as well as offers premier horse and rider training products and equipment. For more information contact: PALM PARTNERSHIP TRAINING ™, 9447 NW 60th Avenue, Ocala, FL 34482 ~ Toll free: 800.503.2824 Phone: 352.629.3310 Fax: 352.629.3470 E-mail: generalinfo@lynnpalm.com

 

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