Originally Posted by Showjumper1289
you can't always jump perfectly and in my case can never jump well.
If you can never jump well, then you shouldn't be jumping. Period. Get a new trainer, get your flatwork mastered, then start over little bitty crossrails. Just start completely over. By trying to continue to fix all of these problems while still trying to jump at this height, you are worsening yourself. You have proven you can't jump this height - go back to basics. It's nothing to be ashamed of, MANY people find themselves in your shoes. It's because of trainers rushing their students just to keep their pay, but that's a whole different thread. So just please, find yourself a new trainer, find yourself away from the jumps, and learn :)
Can you post videos of you jumping? Videos of flatwork? Pictures of flatwork?
From another thread -
Thoose photos were about a year ago I don't have jumping photos of high jumps becuase there either on video or my parents did not come to see me ride.
Ahh, so you have the videos of him jumping the height another poster previously inquired? Yes, I'd LOVE to see that!