You can try to relax your legs much more, you seem to be jamming your heels way to far down and gripping with the back of your calf.
Relax thru your hip and let it follow the whole way down your leg. The inside of your calf should sit flush with the horses side, but doesnt need to be 'gripping' her. You don't need to push your heel so far down.
Firstly I agree with what most people have said. About your legs and toes and things :P Though I've rushed reading everyones replys so sorry if I repeat anything.
I think you two are a nice match, very cute :)
I think however She is quit a bit hollow. And since you aren't riding her on the bit there isn't much of a need to ride with short contact. I would loosen up your reins a bit and let her stretch out her neck. So its nice and relaxed. This will help to also built up some more muscle along her top-line.
To me it seems she is looking a bit jambed up. Compacted almost. More so in the 1st half of your photos.
Haha I'm not the best at Critique. What is everyone else's opinion, can they see what I'm seeing?
Kadiel - Yes, she is definitely a forward-moving horse. The reason she might look compacted is because I was probably trying to slow her down. I have been riding her on a looser rein and its been helping. Thanks.