In other news, Sarah and I had a flat school in the freshly dragged, jump free indoor. Bobby was pretty much a boss, although he had a personal LOL when I tried to show Sarah his flying changes. It was more like a flying cross canter fall on your face change. Good old Robert. Never one for class. We did some really solid counter canter work, ten meter canter circles, leg yields, and canter lengthenings.
Aaaand that was about it. At least it was drama free which has not been the trend so far this year--and we're only a week in! Sarah and I set up a grid jumping date for next Monday and I probably won't be jumping him until then. In fact, I probably won't even be riding again until Friday.
To conclude the most boring post yet, I brought my helmet home and installed the camera mount. So fucking pumped to go out on xcountry with it. Here's a helmet cam video of the Training at Bucks (starts at 8:57) so you don't leave feeling entirely jilted of action.