I gave my critique on your other thread. I won't repeat myself. The same things apply. I'd really work hard on fixing them NOW, because the more you practice doing the wrong things, the harder it is going to be to do the right things. Only perfect practice makes perfect. Go back down to a trot, if you need to.
My old barrel horse Beau is a perfect example. When I trained him for barrels, I trained him wrong. I made him take his barrels way too tight. Thus causing him to slow way down in his turns, and actually turn too soon and anticipate. It took YEARS to fix completely. And I always had to stay on top of it thereafter.
I sure seem some potential in Squiggy (there's a gas pedal there!!! And sure seems like she likes it ) but I'd fix these little things first in order to eventually bring out that true potential!
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