04-29-2013, 03:15 AM
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I think at this point you need to learn to feel your leads, because you look like you've gotten into the habit of looking for your leads in the air, and occasionally before you hit the jump, which can turn into tipping, then into stopping, then into eating dirt (ask me how I know).
Although I don't see an unbalanced rider at all, and think you did ride that course well... I'd like to see you comitting to your distances a little more, if you're GOING to take the long, push for the long, especially with a horse that's a bit of a greenie over fences. If you're confident, they're confident and you're less likely to stumble.