Okay so my mare Phoebe hasn't had much schooling lately because we don't have the facilities or the weather to be able to do anything lately and the last time she was really schooled in flatwork and jumping was in October. Since then we have been out hunting so she is physically fit but I need her mentally fit and maybe more physically fit for the job I will be asking her to do.
So what I am planning on doing is bringing her back to basics in flatwork and jumping doing simple grids and such and building up gradually to build some good jumping muscles. We jumped 3'3" courses last year in our shows.
I want her to be ready to jump at least 2'9" or 3'3" again by the end of next month. I also want to be able to be doing well in low level dressage tests by the end of next month as well.
My question is where to start with flatwork basics and such as I know where to begin with the jumping again but I am new to dressage and only recently learned how important flatwork is for jumping.
So anyone got any ideas?