This was from a jumping lesson, summer 2011.
1. must count accurately for fairness to horse
2. I can demolish a jump without destroying my confidence. The jumps fall for a reason. So long as mistakes are not the norm, the horse is not ruined.
3. I need shorter stirrups when the jumps get higher than 3’6″ (err…was I really jumping that big last summer?..eek!)
4. The horse knows how to jump.
Another piece of paper into recycle!
I do wonder how hard it would be to scan all those old dressage tests…meh, a filing cabinet is easier for now!