Well, I have a lot of critiques, but they all come back to just one. Let your horse jump you, don't jump for your horse
To me, that's what it looks like you're doing. Your elbows are straight out while they should be tucked in more. You are definitely jumping ahead, and coming back down a bit too soon. What I always tell my students is to stay in the 2 point position for about 2 strides AFTER the jump, it's a lot easier on the horse and gives you time to regroup after the jump. I also agree with out everyone said on your leg.
I suggest going back down to the basics and practicing your 2 point over trot poles and cavaletti and really focus on stretching your leg down into your heel so it works as a shock absorber. Also, really concentrate on those arms. Oh! One more thing, don't look down. It looks like to me you are 'ducking' just a hair. Always keep your head up and your eyes between your horse's ears, and onto the next fence
Overall though, you two are a great team and you look great together, now that you have the general idea it's time to really concentrate on the little things :)
Last edited by hntrjmpr; 01-30-2009 at 12:39 PM.