Thanks for all of the ideas!
The show was interesting. At first the entire show environment just blew her mind, so we spent 15 - 30 minutes just walking around and letting her calm down. She was wonderful after that
Got a little excited and "looky" occasionally (especially at the bleachers and such), but nothing too bad.
We entered the crossbars division - didn't place in either of those classes, but didn't expect to. There were over 30 people in that class, and I just started jumping recently! I was still really proud of Char, though - she was fabulous.
Next came the flat classes - first was hunter walk/trot, and we actually did pretty well in that one, for our first show and so many people... we got 6th.
Our next class was much more interesting. I'm not entirely sure what happened (neither is my trainer, parents, or other spectators... nobody seemed to get a really good look at what happened; we know she bucked, just not sure why), but I remember trotting, feeling her hind end come up, seeing her side, and then feeling the ground. Caught her, got back on, and finished the class with little drama. Obviously didn't place, but the show was just for fun and experience anyway - definitely got some experience
All in all, it was a pretty successful day
I definitely had fun, and aside from the one class, Charlotte was wonderful.
They called my number to come to the registration booth at the end, but I wasn't sure why. Got there, and the first lady couldn't tell me why they'd called me over. The second was really brief, asked me if I wanted the horse treats or something else. Confused, I randomly picked something. She never did tell me why, so I just joked that it was my prize for Most Unusual Dismount of the day