I don't like your release, some pictures you have no contact with the horses mouth others you aren't releasing at all and all the pictures you are resting your hands into your horses neck; if you have been jumping for 10 year you should be strong enough to not have to hold yourself up using your hands The best release picture is of the one where you are jumping bareback. You have nice contact with the reins, not too much or too little, and you are following the horse mouth.
I also think you are ducking too much and putting too much weight on the horses forehand. You don't need to lay on the horses neck, especially since the jumps aren't that high.
I do like your leg in most of the pictures...it has slid back a little, but if you practice your 2-point at the walk trot and canter, it should help you so when you are jumping, your position will be more natural, so you don't have to think, legs, release, hands, upper body, etc., you can just concentrate on your course/jumps and your horse.
I think you have the best position in the bareback picture.
You have a very pretty horse, she seems like she enjoys jumping. She has nice knees over the fence, they're very even. But she does jump a little flat try practicing gymnastics with her to get her to round her whole body, not just her neck.
Last edited by ErikaLynn; 05-24-2011 at 11:21 AM.