I don't have any good ones, but i'v recently started going to watch shows at my local saddle club, to support my riding instructor and her show team, and to know what to expect when my horse and I are ready to show.
The last show I went to was rather adventful lol
A little girl trying to jump some small jumps, brought the horse in at the wrong lead each time, horse refused each time, so they were disqualified from that class, so she got the horse out the ring and ran him because she was mad.
A horse was loaded into the trailer, and managed to snap its halter, and slip under the bum straps and go charging off across the open feild. People are yelling to close the gates so the horse doesnt excape into town lol She was caught, a few people got to the gate and though they couldnt catch her, they sent her off in the other direction where the owner was waiting, and as soon as she saw the owner, and heard her voice she walked right over. Luckily they also sell some tack at this saddle club so the owner was able to buy a halter for her lol
The same people also had another horse with, a beautiful bay! Placed in all there classes, very well behaved, and a great mover! Apparently he wasnt in the mood to go yet tho, as try as they might they couldnt get him in the trailer! They got him in once and they people standing outside the trailer "helping" clearly don't know what help means, as they didnt do up the bum strap and the horse backed out. For ever an hour they tried to get this horse into the trailer. They tried forcing him in, tapping him with a whip, putting the other horse in first ( see above paragraph to see how that turned out), walking him away and trying again, lunging him, finally they moved the trailer to the opposite side of the grounds and tried again. Still wouldnt get in! A few people went in and tried to help, either failed, or were told no, they didnt need help. Apparently this horse is a rescue, and blind in one eye, and bumped his head once so has to be handled diffrently, and he knows the one lady that was leading him on. Clearly knowing her, wasnt helping to much! Lol IMO rescue or not, your horse is well trained, and has trailerd before, so don't coddle him because of his past, because I doubt he's thinking of it, but that's just my opinion. Anyways, eventually! After much frustration, and failed tactics they got both horses on, and the trailer closed up, and headed for home! Which is good, because they tried almost everything, so other then asking someone with a stock trailer for a ride home, I don't know what else they could try! Lol