I have been jumping only for a short while, because I predominately ride dressage, and that is my trainers expertise. However, I do some here and there and really want to be the best that I can be for my horses. I want to minimize how my faults affect there ability to excel. So I would greatly appreciate any advice!! I KNOW that I struggle with being ahead of my horses motion. However, I feel as though I make a very conscious effort to maintain my position (expect for my release of course) and wait for my horse to take my over but that isn't going so well I suppose. So if you have any tips on what you do to prevent yourself from getting ahead of the motion I would love to hear them!! Kind honesty is greatly appreciated! I really want to know what I can improve on for both my horses sake and my own. Thanks!!!