I haven't asked for a critique in a while, so I figured I'd get some input here.
What I have been working on mostly is keeping my head from dropping (not eyes, just head - I know, I'm weird ;) ), and gradually becoming used to the automatic release (I have very few photos documenting this). These pictures are from the last 2-3 months. They will go from less recent to more recent- the newest being from last weekend. For those, bear in mind that I hadn't ridden for nearly all of september because I am struggling with mono, and had 3 rides(1 jump) prior to competing.
Before anyone chastises me- there was a smaller box on the other side. We were jumping this fence both ways during this course.
I know that I'm too seated too early here- it was a kind of awkward jump
This previous weekend: Radnor HT - Training/Prelim (Training XC, Prelim Dressage/XC) (head dropping was an issue, and auto releases were, I suppose, too much to ask of my mono-licious self haha)
See what I mean about the head drop? My eyes are up and on the next fence, but my head is heavy. I blame poor health- hehe
And a video, for those who'd like to watch. This is from not this previous tuesday, but the one before. My first time jumping in over a month. In this video we are practicing our adjustability. In the first course we take out a stride in each line, and in the second we go back to adding.
And that's all I've got for now! Hope you enjoyed. Feel free to rip us to shreds. I have many things that I know I need to work on, but I'd like to see if your criticisms are parallel to mine.
And just cause she's so cute....