With horses, you shouldn't do anything out of ego - to prove how cool or daring you are to others. By doing such things, one may easily become distracted in wanting to prove more and more to others, and lose any of the healthy horsemanship goals they've had. It is only your horse and yourself, to whom you should prove anything, meaning - that you are diligent, consistent, calm, balanced and humble enough to be around horses. "Dares" are not only dangerous; they are of all the things unwise.
You tell that you know what you are doing. But how can we, strangers on the Internet, be sure that you, a stranger on the Internet, really are right? By provoking your ego, we could just get you hurt and put you/your horse in dangerous situations. That would, too, be very unwise.
Reading your other thread, I will, however, dare you to get a good, reputable trainer and listen very carefully what he or she has to say or show. Good luck!
I have come a long way, to surrender my shadow to the shadow of my horse.