From the infrequent periods where I did learn to jump, I don't remember focusing on my position too much. I've always been focusing on getting the horse situated, counting strides, and generally just looking past the jump or to the next one. Granted, I'm not a great jumper or anything, I want to get into more in the coming years, but my mom used to jump stadium and she taught me a good deal. She told me to stay natural and don't over-think it, just to look forward and let the horse come up to you. I've always had a strong leg, and never thought to anticipate the two point. I just sit, let my waist bend according to the horse, release my hands, and keep going. I hadn't jumped in several years and auditioned for my school's jumping equestrian team, under the guise that I was a western pleasure rider. I popped over some jumps for them thinking all these jumper girls would laugh at me, but they were really surprised at my seat. When I start jumping again I'm definitely going to try and focus more on the position, I suppose. Sometimes you just have to let your body go with the flow.