Thanks but you don't sit my sitting trot?
Not sure what this was supposed to say, but your sitting trot in the earlier videos was pretty bad. Haven't seen it more recently, so not sure how much it's improved? Also, it's No Stirrups November, and you would benefit from some no stirrup work, definitely. I didn't have the sitting trot down until I drilled it for a couple of weeks without my irons, now I'm golden. Would do you some good, I bet!
Trust me, I am going to ride whenever I can in the winter, but because in Canada we get harsh winters, it won't be as much as now.
To sum up what
. I'm not taking back my comment about you being a fairweather rider if that's how it's going to be, this is just silly. You have an indoor arena, make use of it!
Next Spring I would like to take her to a show/clinic and at least one trail ride somewhere outside of the barn for a day.
These are good, achievable goals. I'd be working on your balance a lot (in case she gets tense/spooks at a show or out on the trail), plus I would start loading her into a trailer and making her comfortable in one sooner rather than later. Maybe even trailer her out with your trainer to an off site facility to use a different arena for a lesson, just so you have an idea of how she'll act when you ride her in a new environment.
And like I said, I'm not weighing in on the saddle fit because that's not my area, but I ride in a 15" western saddle, so unless you're 5'0" and weigh 120 pounds...