You and the horse look really nice. What I see is, in the first picture you are jumping ahead just slightly. In the other two pictures you are getting left behind. Practice will help you get the timing right, also if you feel like you are getting left behind, grab the mane it will help you stay with the horse better.
Also to get the correct take off spot, sit and wait. I had a trainer that would say, "wait for the jump to come to you" I always think "wait" when I'm jumping, if I don't my horse will take a scary long spot and I get jolted around and it's not fun. Also when you are sitting and waiting you will be able to see your spot better. It just takes practice.
I do like your position, you have a strong leg and nice release, but your back is a little too hallow. Relax your back and let your horse form your position for you. You don't have to try so hard to get up in your 2-point.
To be a little nit picky, try and bring your elbows closer to your body, it looks like you are trying to do the chicken dance. That really doesn't bother me at all, but if you want to achieve good equitation then that is something you can work on too.
Good luck, your horse is beautiful, I really like his jump.
Last edited by ErikaLynn; 10-24-2011 at 09:57 AM.