Maybe ask you trainer to holler at your whenever you leg slips back? For a while after I got back into riding from a year off I had a chair seat. I even asked my friend to yell at me when they saw my leg come too far forward, helped a lot. Also, noticed that you don't have much of a release over jumps. Since I believe you're still pretty new to jumping a crest release would be good for now. Bring your hands about halfway up her neck. What I see now is your hands just planted at the base of the neck, and they don't seem to move over jumps at all. Don't want to catch the horse in the mouth.
EDIT: Watched a video again. Watch your upper body after every jump. You kind of slump forward. Remember to sit tall and not fall forward onto your horse's neck.
I give myself very good advice, But I very seldom follow it
Last edited by Gillian; 08-15-2009 at 09:38 PM.