She's not tense on the lunge line, not that I can see any way. There's no head tossing, it's just as soon as she gets trotting she brings her head up and sticks her nose out. As for the sitting trot, I can try, but it's extremely hard for me to find her rhythm (before I started riding her I could sit the trot for extended periods of time, in fact I practiced it). She doesn't have the smoothest trot in the world, and when I sit the trot she hollows her back more. So it could she could need to have her back looked at, I'll look at the saddle the next time I'm out there. What should I look for with saddle fitting? I have an idea but would like to know for sure.
I'll get the video as soon as possible. I had one made up but the camera somehow lost it...isn't technology great?