Have you ever had Gidget checked by a chiropractor?
She's got her ears pinned the whole run. It may just be how she is (some horses do that during a run), but it could also mean that something is hurting her if she's never been checked. She's also swishing her tail, which again, some horses just do, but it can also be a sign of pain.
Worth checking out if you have not done so yet. She looks like she's trying hard for you and I'd hate for her to have pain.
It's hard to give a good critique of the video, because it's far away and a bit blurry. Your 1st barrel was good in both runs. Your 2nd barrel was better in your 2nd run, because you pushed her a little deeper into the turn. Watch it when you leave the 2nd barrel. She's drifting out of the turn. Make her finish the turn so that you make a straight line from the 2nd barrel to the 3rd barrel. On the 3rd barrel, it's really hard to see but I think you are allowing her to turn much too soon, thus she blows the backside to get around the barrel. Do not let her turn too soon. Use your inside leg to hold her; don't use outside rein. And then FINISH that 3rd barrel turn. Do not drift.
And you already know: Don't look at the barrel. Look at the spots on the ground where you want Gidget to go.
And on an off note, does Gidget really need that much bit? That's a fairly long shank, with a fairly tight chin chain. She seems to work really good for you. I wonder if you could use something softer?
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