03-17-2013, 09:32 PM
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Those photos are IMO almost impossible to critique - they're very small and the first one is very dark, and they're both at a terrible critiquing angle. What I notice in the first pic is that your horse is throwing his legs to the right and twisting over the fence, and you have a TON more weight in your left stirrup that may be contributing to that. For the smaller fences you don't need to be quite so out of your seat and laid on his neck, you can be more in your tack.