The way your post is worded, especially this comment
Well i've noticed eventers jump differently then lets say hunters. Just trying to be specific.
Makes me think you are not experienced. Eventers jump just like a hunter, or jumper. In fact the confident jump a hunter has is something you want to carry into eventing as the horse has a correct jump with nice folded knees which means your horse has a safe jump for cross country.
In fact one of the comments I had from a stallion owner who breeds for UL Event horses says she likes a proven hunter to cross with her eventing stallion as it means your horse will correctly jump.
Also the fact that "hunters" originally come from the traditional hunts in England. A horse that was brave, bold, forward and tidy over fences.
So when I train my cross country horse I train to have that forward, brave and tidy form over jumps. I want a horse that will tuck nicely because the jumps are solid. Where as when you have a jumper, the horse will find it can be a bit lazy with its legs and can get away with short or long spots because the fences are forgiving. I find a lot of jumpers tend to not be as careful because it is just about getting the job done fast and clear. Not fast, tidy and clear.