It seemed like we rode longer on day two than day one. My group was right after the lunch break and all of us had gotten on about 10 minutes early to start warming up. John came out and started talking to us and giving us exercises to do during warm up so I think we did get an extra bit of time. He didn't have us do a lot of trot work, mostly walking with turns on the haunches and forehand and sidepassing. We went almost straight into canter work, doing walk-canter-walk transitions then doing canter-halts.
Moving right along John had us start jumping with a skinny brick wall set along the outside, with no standards. The first time through Buddy veered left two strides out and we had to come again but we got the standards put up. Not a problem then. A few others had runouts as well, so we went back and forth over the wall a few times.
The other fences were set up along the center line in a zig zag pattern. John had us do a bunch of different bending lines, starting with some longer ones and ending with an incredibly short one. I got yelled at for using too much left rein and not enough right rein. At one point as I went around all John was saying was "No left rein, no left rein!".