Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Queensland, Australia.
Firstly, you're a really nice rider and you look like you have a really sweet looking horse.
Remember to keep your toes inwards, it'll help to keep your leg correctly 'on' the horse. It looks like you're jumping ahead a little in the first picture, wait for the horses movement, go with the horse instead of in-front of the horses movement. It looks like you're bracing on your horses neck a little bit (I may be wrong about this, it was a little hard to tell). Remember to really use your core and your muscles to hold yourself. You have a nice position, use it!
Keep your leg under you, it's probably slipping back a little because you have your toes pointing outwards. If you can push your toes in a little more, it'll probably help you to push your heels down correctly.
Sir Success. Eventer.
2000 - 2013,