Mine would have to be when we first learnt to jump a full cav (well, I lost my stirrups after it, and my pony hopped it. Also my instructor was pretty grumpy at us)
Or I would say x country jumping. Boy that was fun, but I was nervous because last time we were in the paddock the horses galloped to catch up to each other (we were sent one at a time to canter forwards) so I purposley held my horse back at a slow canter. The jumps were fantastic, the horse I was on jumped so smooth, I didn't even realise I was jumping!
(when we galloped once, I wasn't leaning forwards, I was sitting upright trying to slow down, I stayed on, unbelivebly)
To be a rider you must be:
Brave enough to canter in the field, when your horse may gallop for the first time.
Strong enough to hold your pony back.
Physically and mentally strong.
YOU MUST BE READY..
TO HAVE A GREAT TIME!