You look nice! Just remember to keep your leg on to all the fences, you dropped your horse a couple times, and got the tight distances. Practice seeing your distances from far out, and that will give you time to adjust your horse's stride to ride to the correct spot at each and every fence. When you DO get a tight distance, don't drop your upper body. Sit tall, and by supporting your horse more, you can make the short distance look not-so-short. From the video, I get the impression that you're more of a passenger- get those hands off of the neck and ride every stride. The course was very nice, there just wasn't that 'wow' factor that you get from a winning hunter round. First create the energy from behind, and then harness it to maintain that 'jump' in the canter- you had it at some parts, but at others you lost it and the movement wasn't as elastic as it could have been. For hunters, I would work on maintaining a relaxed but forward canter in a half-seat to encourage movement through the back. One last thing, make sure your horse isn't drifting through the lines. I like your position- your heels are down, you are looking up, and you are a quiet rider. Just make sure that you don't pump with your upper body.
Great job, you and your horse look like a very good team!