Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Perth, Western Australia
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For someone who is used to riding, and has developed the long leg that you have BSMS, then yes, a long leg won't cause you to lose stirrup position. However, in beginners, stirrups too long is the number one thing to change when stirrup position is a problem. If your stirrups are too long for your level of riding, then you will grip with your legs instead of letting them fall without restraint, and as a result the feet won't be as "heavy" as they should be, and will move.
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