Well here we go with another habit me and my horse picked up...
For some reason my horse lands off a jump and dives to the right. I know what you're thinking, it's because I have no leg. Yes I do. I squeeze HARD with my right leg, and then give him a little tap if he doesn't listen. It usually help a tiny bit. Now, due to this, I have turned to joyously pulling on my left rein. Great. So now we go around the corner after a jump with his head bent to the inside and shoulder shoved out.
I know I'm doing it, but for some reason it's almost like I can't let go. I know that sounds weird, but maybe it's because I don't trust it to work out if I stop pulling? Like I think he'll run into something?
Whatever it is, it has to stop because it's starting to bring about new problems. My horse is contributing to the problem, but I'm the main cause.
Do you guys have any advice to fix this? We need to work on riding straight after the jump, and for me to not rely so much on my hands.