I'm nothing as impressive as any of you guys.
Just more work on rhythm, relaxation and acceptance of contact [THAT is the big one, she's an opinionated witch and a head tosser], need to do more long and low to build her topline but I have a show coming up so I've been bringing her into more of a competition frame in training.
Also need to work on a little issue with listening. Witch has decided she can take off in canter and ignore me completely when I try to bring her back under control. That was one ride thankfully and tomorrow I will know if it's going to be an ongoing issue. She does like to run - bloody Thoroughbreds, she never even prepped but you'd think she was a track champion the way she carries on!
Getting used to my lovely new [to me] Kieffer Wien which Witch likes a lot and I absolutely LOVE, getting used to riding with my leg UNDER me, training my muscles and remembering "the dog". I was told in a lesson with an amazing coach/rider to imagine a very heavy dog is sitting on each knee, pushing it down nice and low and BEHIND the knee roll, making it impossible for my heel to come up, and it has made SUCH a difference to my lower leg stability already.
And mostly just attempting not to die at this show!