I'm doing my first 2 phase (show jumping and cross country) next week. Ive show jumped the horse before always at 90cm to 1m and I've jumped him higher at home. I've never tried cross country before but the horse is a hunter and has been hunted before. So without even thinking about it I put him in the 90cm to 1m. Last night I wa talking to some people that are doing it as well who seemed shocked that I was jumping that height and basically told me I should be jumping 70-80cm instead. Since theyre (much) older and more experienced I was planning on calling tomorrow and having myself moved into the other class. Then the owner of the horse texted me and the basics of that conversation was don't bother listening to them listen to yourself and your horse. I was feeling confident that I could do it before them talking to me. I'm sure the horse could do it without an issue but we've never had a clear round showjumping. He knows when the jumps are solid and when they're not and isn't afraid to destroy show jumps. I AM going to be taking him to a friends arena sometime this week and jumping him there and I have a jumping lesson with Eric Pele the night before the 2 phase (on another horse though). Help? Tips? Advice?