Thank you to those who posted positive comments.
I am very confident in my trainer and his methods, as I have seen him start and finish green horses in H/J expecially OTTB. He is well known in my area and I would not have chosen him to work with my horse if I did not trust in his methods, trust me I did my research.
LIke I said this little guy is green so not everything he does is going to be "perfect" he is still in training.
As for the outdoor arena fence which I am assuming is what you are referring to when you say "stopping" at the fence. When you trot a crossrail you are always suppose to stop straight after it, at least that's what I was always taught when training a green horse. Turn around, repeat. There are many different exercising that we do with Jazz, and after seeing my trainers finished horses there is no doubt in my mind that he doesn't know what he is doing. Right now I ride his personal horses while my horse is in training and I have never once had a refusal, not one, and he trained them all.
With that said, I would like to thank the few who posted positive comments on my thread. As you can see I am new to this forum and didn't expect the less than friendly welcome that I recieved. Guess you can say I was raised a little differently. Constructive critisism would have been a lot nicer than some of the other posts I read. If you see something you don't like or something that YOU think is going to ruin my horse, why not add a polite comment on what your training methods are and how YOU use them?
Also in case you missed it there are TWO videos in my OP, and yes one of them is gymnastics, please read my entire OP.
Any other comments on my prospect would be great. We plan to do local NTHJC and A shows. :)