Yup, you read that right, for the most part. A plan is currently in the works to attend a C rated Hunter Jumper show 2 weekends from now. The idea being that I have the fun habit of forgetting to think when I head into the jumper ring, and so maybe if I make multiple trips around a course in one day eventually the synapses will start firing again.
Also, remember that goal of trying to move up to Training next year? Well, getting around a 3’3″ course would be a super handy skill to have.
So as I try to make sense out of the class list (seriously, where is the book “Hunters for Dummies”?!) I think I’ll be doing the following classes on Saturday…
Adult Amateur (I assume that means me) 2’9″
Low Schooling Jumper Table II 2(b) (3’)
High Schooling Jumper Table II 2(b) (3’3”)
Seriously though, this in itself invites so many questions.. Such as:
- What is the (b) in the Jumper classes?
- What is the difference between High Schooling Jumper Table II 2(b) (3’3”) and Child/Ad Table II 2(b) (3’3”) .. or Child/Ad Table II 1, Sec 1 (3’3”) for that matter?
- Since I’m thinking of doing one hunter class, what can I wear? Keeping in mind that the only coat I own is a Dressage coat….
- What constitutes a division?
And then Sunday, assuming I have made sense of the above questions, I intend to do some sort of ‘division’ at 3’3″.
Why is this all so confusing?!