You have a great cadence in the the first video... serious envy here. lol. My only thought is to watch some of your fences that you come off the corner for (like the first one)... you wiggled a little side to side to and from the fence. Be sure to use your corners to your full advantage, bend your horse around them and balance. A couple of times you can see where your horse is counter bent. On this nice course, not such a big issue, but in vid 2 it shows up more.
Vid 2-- I love ... love ... love this course. You rode it pretty well. However you lost a little of your cadence because of the counter bend on the turns. On your turns (especially the tighter ones), sit back and lift your hands off the withers. Push him through the turn on his butt, rather than allowing him to plow through on his forehand. The rougher turns had you chasing some of the lines to make the striding. Which caused you to have to use your hands more, pinned ears, tossed head... all connected.
Your first class was spectacular... really nice to watch. Second course was more challenging and brought out your flaws, however, it was still a good round. I wonder what the other rides looked like. You guys look awesome though. I would have killed for courses like that when I showed Hunters.
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