**** girl, you're good! I'm going to remember your hands tomorrow during my jumping clinic. I love that you keep them where they are supposed to be and use your body to adjust the horse's stride to get the distances instead of all that yanking stuff you see at the higher levels. I was really impressed with how effective your seat is especially with the hotter mare. She really wanted a go at some of those fences and you negotiated her down to a good tempo and producing good jumping efforts.
If I had to try to find anything to pick on, I'd say your lower leg contact could stand to be redistributed out of your knees and into your calf. On a few of the fences on Moose, you appear to be pinching just a tad with your knees. I could be, and probably am, completely wrong on that. That's all I got. Hopefully Allison will ring in on this one.
You just have to see your distance...you don't have to like it.