Great jumper! Great form by you. The only thing that I would say is, that you say that you feel like you were overriding and jumping ahead, which means you definately were. So just a lot of times we as jumpers get caught up in riding well, and overcontrolling, however, jumping is a natural thing for most horses and they can usually ride out at LEAST 50% of the control. At your home next time, try a point and shoot. Let your horse pick footing and landing and see what he does. If he's completely at a loss of where to go or what to do, you'll know that he needs more of that exposure. Think about your horse when you aren't riding (majority of theday).... He has to use his own head to think about what to do and where to go etc.. Sometimes, it's best when they use they're own brain! Good luck, sorry for ramblling!