Originally Posted by NittanyEquestrian
He jumps with all 4 feet, but he's athletic enough to get away with it. You need to do TRANSITIONS, TRANSITIONS, TRANSITIONS and get him off his forehand.
This is basically what we have been working on last winter and over the summer, we'll be working on it even more this winter too. I know this is one of his main jumping flaws, and we have been working on getting him down to the base of the jump to get him jumping rounder, too. Thank you for your advice, I'll be sure to mention it to my trainer!