She was competing in the "Intro" level, which means the jumps were about 2 feet high, in the "Junior" division which meant 19 year olds and younger.
It involved missing a day of school to go down and practice doing the cross country phase, since there isn't a cross country field at the barn they ride at. She and I camped at the fairgrounds with the rest of the people from the barn.
She got to take care of the horse all day and wake up and do it again the next morning. She was in heaven. The little girls all took their horses for a walk before they tucked them into bed that night.
The next day both of them - she and the horse - did very well. I had worried about her Dressage, but to her credit she really had been practicing with him. And the dressage field was out in the open - nothing to shy at. So they did great.