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June 10, 2015

These tips are gleaned from my own experiences and a lifetime of collecting the help and information from the professionals that I’ve been fortunate to work for and with. If you apply them you will feel much more calm less nervous and will be able to relax and have fun at competitions. This will automatically begin to increase your confidence.

 

 

1.      Preparation, preparation & practice!

 

​I know this is something you will probably have heard before, but it’s amazing how, the better prepared you​ are, the more relaxed you’ll feel.

 

When you have rehearsed and practiced until the test, or course of jumps becomes second nature, it will all begin to feel easy and familiar and you’ll feel so much happier and more confident.

 

You’ll be able to relax more and just enjoy the day.

 

 

2.     Take a support team.


Enlisting the help of a friend who can read your test for you, or can help groom, or hold your horse when you need to rush off to the secretary’s tent or walk the c...

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