OK, I have to say that you need to work on your flat work. Your horse is fairly heavy on the forehand and not moving forward off of your leg and into the bridle.
Yes, she is hot and wanting to go faster, but that is different than going forward into the bridle. Her back is very hollow and her head, as a result, is up in the air. Even though she is hot, you need to get her to listen to your leg and use your leg to engage the haunch and move into the bridle.
It is SO hard to explain this over the net. I usually have to get on the horse to feel what is going on with them. When I figure out what I have to do to help fix the horse, Then I can talk the rider through it. I just can't tell you what you need to do without getting on her.
For instance....I taught a clinic in Canada this last May and a student brought a fabulous horse she had produced in her breeding program. The horse was also behind her leg and not thrusting forward into the bridle. Result? Hollow back and high head and heavy on the forehand. Does this look familiar? Look at the second photo.
I got on the horse and REALLY applied leg! Not kicking, at all, but constant squeeze to encourage her forward. If she interpreted the leg and went faster, I corrected her. More energy....not faster. Again, hard to describe.
After about five minutes, the horse's light bulb went on and she suddenly understood. She became very light in the bridle, used the energy to go forward (but not faster) and this was the result...Doesn't she look happier?
After a few minutes, the owner got back on and, having felt what was needed for this particular horse, was able to coach her through it
I would suggest finding a decent dressage coach who may be able to help. Just remember, it is not tug tug tug on the reins...it is squeeze squeeze squeeze with the legs.
As for the jumping...I couldn't tell much from those pics. Sorry.