Haha, good heels at his wannabe bronc buck! Ok the crest release is on top of his crest, in the mane, used to support your body slightly and give you a good spot to aim for when first learning to release, ie grab mane and go release, but you don't have to be grabbing the mane to crest release, just a good spot for your hands to be if you are not totally secure. The automatic release is where your hands are a bit lower then where they are in the picture (in the middle of the neck, but widthwise not length wise,) and about halfway up the neck (length wise not width wise get it?) and there should be a straight line from your elbow to the bit. Have someone tell you where that is on your particular horse when practicing in the two point. Then stay in the two point and trot over some small fences, this should start to train your hand to stay down on the horses neck, and never completely losing contact over the fence. You have to be able to two point and not use the neck for balance at all before you are ready for this, but you look like you can handle that. That is why you are kind of in between releases, your hands are slightly down the neck but your elbow is bent and there is an angle from your hand to the bit, it's not a straight line. Try it, it's really important for green horses, because using an automatic release can help you remain in contact with them through the entire jumping process.
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