Cheyenne LOVES to rush the jumps so I'm going to try to work on that with her. If she tries to gallop towards it I'll swerve around it and circle it until she calms down. Then sometimes if I can, I'll half halt her infront of a jump maybe. Does that sound okay?
Overall it is a much nicer pic, I agree with the advice to get your butt down into the saddle, but great job so far
As to the part above, I'm not sure I like the idea of swerving around the jump if she gallops toward it, it sounds
from that description like you set her up then pull her away, personally I would be worried about establishing a habit of swerving away, which of course you don't want. The half halt though is a great idea.
My advice, school her on the flat if you can around a jump course, but not jumping, if that makes sense. Walk, trot, and then canter work, around jumps, next to jumps, but never over them, until she is listening to you and calm. Once she is calm with the flat work you can then start by jumping one jump, then back to flat, with the little cross rails that you are popping at the moment she doesn't need a big run up, so you can set her up to trot or canter a circle next to a jump, then when you are ready widen and take in the jump, then back to circling next to the jump.
Once you can do one jump, then you do two, then three etc, always going back to the flat work if she gets strong and fast on you. You can't fix it in one day, it can take a little while, but you can do it