Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Queensland, Australia.
I agree with the above posters, you're getting a little bit ahead of your horse. The jumps aren't massive, so you don't need to be that far forward a little bit. I think once you aren't over the horses neck so much, you'll find that you are able to push your heels down that little bit more and really secure yourself. I noticed in the third photo (didn't see it in the others), that your toes are also pointing outwards a bit, try and bring your toes in some more.
I really like your lovely straight back and the fact that your eyes are looking up, not down. :) also, you may want to give the tiniest bit more with your hands over the jump, to loosen your contact slightly.
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