You have made it through the class. Remember that each way of the ring, is a new opportunity to do better than before, and any errors CAN ALWAYS BE CORRECTED, as you progress. Remembering that alone will cause your ride to improve with each stride.
If your horse is conformationally excellent or better, then ALWAYS line up next to your Competition! If conformation is your horse`s weakness, then lineup next to a horse that is lacking conformation moreso than your horse.
Remember to try to stay under the lights or as close to the Judge`s booth as possible unless this IS your horse`s worst weakness!(Once the choices have been made, your horse fussing won`t change any result that has been turned in.)
Always try to remember to look happy, win or lose; and that you have enjoyed being a part of the competition, win or lose. Nothing is worse than an exhibitor that is disgruntled while in the ring, it shows lack of class and quality.
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