-the line from his mouth to your elbows should be the same, in this picture it is broken.
-thumbs on top instead of pointing in.
-lighten your hold on the reins a bit, particularly the inside rein. If you need to get more contact, move your hands out instead of back.
-relax in your arms/shoulders and roll your shoulder blades back.
Can't really critique this one unless I know if you are in 2 point or if you're posting.
-you have a chair seat in this picture, try to sit more on your seat bones/pelvis instead of your butt.
-the saddle looks a little small on you, again I'd say lengthen your stirrups if you can bear it.
-lean back and open your chest and shoulders.
Same as picture 1 pretty much.
-lean back and open your chest/shoulders.
-try to move your hips deep and with his movement.
-avoid perching on your hands, and loosen the grip on the reins if you can.
-your arms are clenching, they should be loose and move with his neck in the canter.
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