Wow, you're so good that you can practice a day in the future and post it ahead of time! ......... You have July 13th as the practice date ........ that's tomorrow!!
Overall, yes, I do see some improvement in Squiggy. But I still see a lot of the same mistakes we talked about before (a lot of them the same mistakes I was making with Red and didn't realize it until someone pointed it out).
Bend, bend, bend, and some more bend!!! You always go STRAIGHT into your turns. Here's an example:
At this point of the turn, since she's still learning, she needs to have bend in her body.
I love this video of Dena Kirkpatrick because she has beautiful bend in her horses.
In another video of hers, compare her horse's position to Squiggy above. Squiggy is straight; Dena has bend.
Video that goes with that:
I'd also be tempted to try a German martingale on Squiggy. Ed Wright German Martingale - The Tack Stop
I personally don't like running martingales at all. I don't think they help.
And really work on keeping Squiggy's hip INWARD when you initiate the turn. I do see you correcting her here and there, but you aren't consistent with it. So she is still swinging her butt OUT in the turn and not engaging it.
This screen shot doesn't capture it as much as the video, but she swings around the barrel big time on this one.
When she does that, circle that barrel again and again until she gives you a nice one. Then move on. I've a big fan of circling the barrel multiple times until your horse gives you what you want.
And exactly how many times did you do the pattern? I tried to kind of count and you must have done the pattern 15 to 20 times. That is WAY too much, in my opinion. You're going to sour her. At least mix it up and do some drills, or all rights, or all lefts, or work on pole bending, etc. Red would kill me if I took him through the pattern that many times on one occasion. Maybe 8 times was the very most I have ever worked the pattern with him.
I also see that Squiggy is starting to DIVE on you sometimes.
Getting her to bend and lift that inside shoulder as you approach your turn will help with her diving, and also circling the barrel several times will help her not to dive.
The important thing here is if they do a good job the first time, leave them alone. If Red gives me a good first barrel turn at the trot (for example) I do not make him circle it again. I let him move on. However, if he cuts his second barrel, I will circle it over and over until he gives me a good turn. But when he does give me a good one, I move onto the next barrel. Etc. So that might mean when I go to practice the barrels, we might walk it once, trot it once, lope it once, and then QUIT. If he did a good job at each gait and I didn't have to correct him, my reward to him is QUITTING because he did a good job.
Yes, I do see some improvement since the last video. She isn't throwing her head/nose as much (still some) but it is better. Again, I think a German martingale would work much better than a running martingale.
Make sure you keep that hip in.
Make sure you keep bend in her body the whole time and that shoulder up (use your inside leg to create the bend and keep the shoulder up). Circle the barrel multiple times when she doesn't keep her butt engaged.
And don't do the pattern 20 times in one practice.