for a physio to come out to check her out. When she started her bunny-hopping I first tried keeping her on a circle to stop her from running out through her shoulder. With no change after the second and third attempts Sue decided to try something else. She told me to stop her as soon as she started bunny-hopping, point her towards the fence and push her on into the jump. When I did this Coco jumped without hesitation. 5 strides from the fence, walk to canter, and she met the jump perfectly every time. While I think discomfort is one reason why she starts this, I also think its partly Coco over-thinking the fence. I’ll be able to confirm after her session with the physio.