Tia has been doing really good with slowing down her pace before the jumps, we have been using poles before the jumps and also changing plans and turning her before the jump so she doesn't anticipate it. Her rider is doing a pretty good job of holding her to the fences.
Now Tia's issue has become rushing away from the fence. I have read that it is normally a sign of a horse that is afraid of the jump or is somehow relieved to have finished the jump. But Tia has never really seemed afraid of jumps and she actually seems to enjoy them. I have noticed that she really only rushes jumps, both before and after them, when she is being ridden. So maybe she is just uncomfortable with having a rider? She is still green under saddle for over fence work, and has only been jumping since late March anyway.
So my question is, how do I get her to relax after the jump? Would poles on the landing side help? I can't wait til I can ride her again (only one more week of pregnancy plus however long it takes to heal) I have attached videos of her being ridden in her most recent lesson.