Originally Posted by StormyBlues
Inside leg should always be pushing to the outside rein. Your outside leg should be keeping the movements active, and the inside rein should be asking for the bend. Most of the time, in a jumping course, you turn with your outside aids. For true collectino and half halts, it's the inside leg to outside rein.
Not true about the inside leg always pushing. You never want your leg to always be asking for something. You ask until you get a response and then you take the leg off. Always pushing with your inside leg will often imbalance your position and dull the horse to that cue.
Not exactly sure what the OP's question is, but remember your seat. Where you put your weight is key. If you head down the center line and shift your center of gravity/weight to the left with the appropriate aids, your horse will leg yield. And so on.