I really do appreciated everyone's honesty, and I'm going to take it as a complaint that you guys think she looks like an honest horse, a schoolmaster even, in the videos. Because it took a ton of work to get her to even to jump at all. It makes me happy, because I put was the one that got her to where she is now in the videos. I know our rounds weren't wonderful, and I was hesitant to put these videos up to be critiqued.
I'm just glad she looks like a nice horse. I don't want to make excuses but...she was having a bit of an attitude that day, she is a mare, and you know their moods aren't always consistent. I was just consentrating on keeping her from taking off, and I think I was too worried about my striding, then anything else.
Thanks again, and I will definitely work on coming up to the fences more straight, and keeping her at an even pace...but now I know for next time, and I have things to work on when I'm schooling at home.