Sandsarita is right about the one with you on him. Also, I noticed that when you spin him for a longer time, his hind end starts to come "unstuck" but that is something that will probably work out in time. I would work on keeping him flat and don't ask him to too many spins in the same direction at one time. Even horses get dizzy and that may be why he is coming unstuck. The one on the bottom in the show (I couldn't get the one in the middle to work), he looks really nice. I will probably point out things that you already knew like the dropped hind lead on the figure 8, coming out of the right rollback in the left lead, and he hopped when cued to pick up the right lead. But like you said, those were probably rider error. He is a little too collected at the lope for my taste, head too low and way behind the vertical but that may be how he was trained, I don't know. That is kinda the trend the reining horses are going these days though. All in all, I think he looks great, very responsive and soft. Just looks like a sweet little horse. Congratulations.