For day two, I rode both tests under the eyes of Sue Curry-Shaffer. Did I improve that much over night, was she just generous, or were the two judges from Saturday just a wee bit harsh? I would love to believe that I just got more focused and rode better.
My first class of the day, Training Level 1, had a total of four riders, most of whom were the same riders as the day before. I took first place out of the four which tells me that maybe I did just ride better than the day before. Although I always ride to improve my scores and don't generally care about my placing within a class, a first place ribbon is nice to have. And when the score is also a good one, 62.917%, all the better!
My score from test 1 counts for several things: it was score number 6 towards my CDS Plate (I only need 5); it was the second qualifying score for RAAC (I am already qualified at Intro Level and now I can do Training Level if I want to); and this score counts for the USDF Rider Performance Award (I only need two more).
My score sheet is below. Click to enlarge.