Join Date: May 2007
Location: Fairbanks, Alaska
her stirrups seem to be quite a bit too short - her position is awkward for flat, let alone jumping. Her feet seem to be very far forward compared to the rest of her body. On flat at least there should be a straight line from heels, hips, shoulders. (I am not positive about jumping, but I think some of those basics still apply) - maybe someone else will have more input about the actual position over the jump :)
In some photos her foot is very far forward into the stirrup. What sort of shoes are those? Tall riding boots with a heel would be safer and probably more comfortable. My legs pinch in an english saddle if I don't use tall boots or half chaps.
She does not appear to be getting off of the horse's back at any stage of the jump and contact on the horses mouth does not seem to be following the movement of the horse over the jump, but is staying rather tight and constricting.
Good luck :)