I don't have much to add that hasn't been covered, except you are toeing out pretty badly in a couple of the pics, which means you are really gripping through the calf. Still, not bad at all for just getting going.
I have a question about Daisy though, please don't take it wrong, I really am just curious. Has she ever been taught to jump, or are you just playing around with her? You may have said in another thread, I just can't remember. She looks like she's throwing her legs out in front of her instead of tucking them over the jump. I know they are small right now, but that will cause problems as you go bigger. Is she fast to the jump? Sometimes that can cause it. Until you can get ahold of a trailer, maybe you could ask your instructor about grids or bounce poles in front of the jump to help her balance up and jump tighter. Good luck! I think you are off to a great start!
cosmomomo, I just had the impression Daisy was concentrating very hard, which is why her ears were back. Pinned ears can mean a lot of different things... Without seeing anything else, that one is hard to judge either way.
"Keep a leg on each side and your mind in the middle"