Favorite jumping exercises to do in a smaller indoor?
I board at a really nice barn that's consists primarily of dressage riders. I'm one of two people there who jump. As such, we don't have jumps left up in either the indoor or outdoor arenas. Whatever I or the other person uses are jumps we set up an take down after each session. These are the stacking block jumps so it's not as much of a pain as it might be if they were standards, etc.
With little daylight left in the evenings, most of my jumping for the next few months will be in the indoor unless I can get off work early enough to ride outside or if I take lessons on the weekends.
What are some easy to set up, but fun and challenging exercises that I could do in the indoor ? So far I've tried:
1) circle of death
2) figure 8 of death - - - (do serpentines over the three jumps)
3) two jumps set up at 90 degrees: ride towards the point and sit up and back as the horse jumps over. let the reins slide through your hands to simulate a drop jump. (lucinda green uses this one in her clinics)
Any other ideas?