1- Walk your horse for a full 10 minutes on a loose rein.
2- With light contact warm up your horse in a trot and canter.
3- Shorten your reins for full contact and today's exercise will be riding a bold canter. I observe everyone riding on a daily basis and most riders here are complacent with a mediocre canter at best. Learning to be comfortable with a big bold canter and it's power will help you in the show ring, recognize and feel a good canter. Everything is about the canter, a good canter will find you a rideable distance. Watch the attached video. She explains how to maintain a good canter. Teach your horse to stay there without your constant nagging. Pay attention to what she says about if your horse breaks to trot on you and how to manage/eliminate that. I see lots of horses breaking to trot without the rider asking. Ride more efficiently and the result will be less work and interference from the rider and a happier horse.
4- Finish your horse with a three minute long trot.
5- Enjoy a nice walk around the yard, get him out of the ring.