My goals are big, but I will be happy if I can accomplish even 10% of them. I've got an indoor and love riding in the cold with a higher octane horse, so I'm rearing to go.
November - Plan to fully participate in no stirrups November as long as we are riding in the confines of the ring and it's not below 20 degrees.
Jumping, lots and lots of gymnastic work. Every grid combination I can think of. My position sucks and it's holding back a rather talented scopey jumper. By the end of winter, I want 2'6" to look like baby jumps. I am done letting my horse pull anything in terms of running out or refusing. It's becoming an increasing problem and it a total hole in our training that needs to be addressed. He's going dead straight to everything or his day won't be over.
Dressage - Ask more and get more from my horse. I am guilty of letting him off the hook particularly at the canter. Those points we're losing on canter circles in our tests will be a thing of the past by spring. I'm toying with taking a dressage lesson with a BNT just to get an idea of where we really are with our dressage training. I'm sure it will be a humbling lesson, but as long as it gives me a direction to go, I'm fine with that.
You just have to see your distance...you don't have to like it.