If you enjoy watching a horse and rider school together, you will probably find this video interesting. If you find watching dressage akin to "watching paint dry", than you might want to skip ahead to the canter parts and then call it a day. Personally, I love watching horses school at home, in clinics or lessons much more than I like watching test rides. I like to see the incremental progress and the conversation between horse and rider. Unfortunately, the video was shot from a stationary tripod so we are far away, but I think you will still be able to get a feel for how Harley and I work together.
This schooling video is mostly about transitions and the canter. I am happy with Harley's willingness and try in this ride, because, as I state in the video, he dislikes canter-trot-canter practice. He used to shutdown and become a ball of tension after a couple repetitions, so the fact that we can stay on the circle and he maintains focus and relaxation for many transitions is a big accomplishment for my horse. Our schooling sessions are not always glued to the circle, but I felt that it would be easier to see us on the camera if we stayed close to home. Sticking to a circle also helps me evaluate his suppleness, balance, and attention. And I get to work on myself, since he pretty much auto-circles. I am very proud of my horse's work in this schooling session and I feel that we have continued to improve since June.