Thanks for your answers Karina.
Now in the training I’m concentrated in the basic aspects: work without stirrups (trot and gallop) and other things to be able to progress more and more. I training 6 times a week (around 2 hours). The training sessions are divided between teaching (3 per week) and jumps (2 - 3 per week) and are accompanied by my coaches.
Sometimes I feel something is not working during the training, but in the next day things get better and better.
I have my training center (under construction), with an outdoor and indoor arena, boxes and a support room (for saddles and the other material for the horses) with a small gym for training outside of riding.
To be a professional rider (to be hired by someone) you need to show a knowledge of riding, assessing and exercising a horse as well as you need to show that you've got a good enough experience to be able to ride, train and compete your horse as well as the horse someone hired you to ride. You need to have a knowledge of how to deal with different horse's tempaments and different situations and how to over come any problems.
Work a lot on your position and keep yourself fit enough to be able to exercise it properly and provide your horse with correct training to make both of you ready to compete.
Try eating healthy and exercise outside of riding.
You also have to make sure you're mentally strong enough and be prepared to push yourself further and further.
No one is the best but it's about working amd improving on every little thing and pushing yourself to.be better and better.
Don't worry if youre feeling a bit down or something is not working. Sometimes even one of the bests' riders need to go back to basics (riding without stirrups, flatwork) to improve on something advanced
Good luck 😉☺