Work hard 2-3 times a week and do flat work for the rest so that your horse is not tierd but is Repair
There is very good vid abou different topics as well as about jumping competition preparations, it is called Masterclass 5 with Scott Brash . Go check it out he speaks about weekly regime that he more or less keeps with his top horses. It is very informative.
If you have different things to but in your arena so he won’t get destacted
Beside arena work, I also do a lot of trail rides too
Hey Coleen !
I would recommend you to schedule your training on a week or a month to alternate the exercises you'll do with your horse and to adapt it to his state of health, to the weather and other conditions...
It could be a good idea to plan sessions of trotting and cantering two or three times a week to improve the endurance of your horse. Try to focus more precisely on the competition, by keeping about 2 sessions of dressage/jumping/cross-country according to the discipline of your event.
Share your time to avoid the repetition of the exercises and keep your horse stimulated. You can train your horse on the lunge for 20-30min and work on the flat to finish the week.
Don't forget to reward the good work and to pay close attention to the needs of your horse because after all that how you'll know how to organise your training sessions ! :)
I you only do jumping then j would do field training so he's not in a ring a lot before the show. That's what I do for my jumper.