Even at crossrails, I'll trot my pony up to a jump, but she'll see it, lift her head in the air and go into a very fast pony trot right at the base, or try to canter. Then she way overjumps it, and gets really excited afterwards. She used to refuse even crossrails, but we took a break from jumping, and now coming back (took about a one month break and started again about a month ago) she'll get so excited and rushy. The only way I can get her to relax and slow down is if I continue to pull on the reins with each step until she's barely just jogging up to it, and use my voice aids, and then she'll jump nicely. But I don't want to barely trot up to it, I want to trot normally and have no problems cantering them. (When we canter them, she'll get excited and take long spots.) I think her rushing them might be a nervousness thing, but I'm not sure, she really perks her ears up at them. What can I do?