Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Whidbey Island Washington
If you're riding the horse for fun, and your seat is balanced and secure, it doesn't really matter where your legs are.
Riding on your seat bones does not automatically put your legs forward, unless you have poor posture to begin with. And riding on your pubic bones doesn't automatically put you in a good position (I happen to think its much less secure than riding with a deeper seat, on the seat bones, with good upright posture, but it IS easier to do and look pretty.)