Thank you, folks!
Tack fits, however she's VERY heavy on forehead. I try to lighten her up before moving to canter (that's what I'm working on all hour I ride her actually
), but she still feels very heavy when we move to the canter. I do agree may be I start to lean toward too: I try to control myself, but not always all that lucky. I DO take lessons, but it's just once a week, and usually I ride better during the lesson. May be it's something mental... Lol!
MyBoyPuck, I CAN move her to the rail on walk and trot (bend to the inside and make her go on rail with inner leg). It's a canter which brings so many problems (and I certainly have less coordination on canter too - heh, I'm honest :) ).
We just started cantering recently, and it was so much fun in the beginning and SO much improvements, but now somehow all improvements stopped and she's getting worse. She's pretty heavy to even start cantering now (and no, it's not the health or tack, looks like she's just lazy and don't want to work). Should I start encourage her with the crop behind my leg? I really hate to do so, but she doesn't seem to respect my leg for transitions at all anymore.