Originally Posted by xJumperx
I would maybe suggest doing some tiny crossrails and more groundwork to keep her calm over the jumps before you start working on your form.
Agreed. It's too easy to rush a horse that is a wiling jumper. You owe it to your mare to take it slow and let her master small verticals, tarps (water) and small cross rails to give her confidence. Horses that develop confidence in their job can become fearless, and then, the horse makes YOU look great.
I also see you holding her mouth, but, she must be a good horse because I've tried to jump horses that didn't want to, and I don't see that here. She has a good attitude.