Thank you all so much for the critiques!! Sorry I didn't reply sooner, I was at a show all weekend.
I definitely agree he needs to go forward, so many things to work on at once!
Someone mentioned I throw away the contact in the canter and he cross canters. Canter transitions are still REALLY rocky and I know that
This spring we had no canter transition at all. I do give him a looser rein in the canter because he is SOO fussy about contact at first and if I straighten him with the outside rein even a little bit he starts swapping leads on me (He'll be very easy to train flying changed on someday ahhaha) So the no contact and cross cantering kinda sorta go hand in hand.
We had quite a few break threws this week in terms of going forward and contact (I rode him with a whip and wollaa brand new horse
I showed him in Intro A,B and C today and he won both A&B with a 69% and C he got a 63%
And I do work with a trainer, I am a working student and ride 3-4 of her horses 2-3 times a week and bring Tee (horse in video) down for lessons regularly as well as show her videos every chance I get
Any more critiques would be wonderful!!