On the second horse especially, your back is roached and you have no contact from the knee down. If you stand straight up in the tack, let all your weight sink into your heels, and then almost sit down in the saddle, that's where you body should be when jumping. You obviously can jump the jumps, but the form is lacking. Stronger core for flatter back, open your upper body, redistribute your lower leg so you're not pinching with your knee. I think at your experience level, this could all be fixed quickly. Love the horses.
You just have to see your distance...you don't have to like it.