nothing icky about your hands, in either photo. The only thing I could see is that you appear to have your lower leg rolled outward a bit, putting more of the back of your calf on Fudge, instead of the side of the calf. It puts your toes facing outward and brings the knee a bit off the saddle. It's really pretty minor here, but it's the only thing that I see that could be improved on your position.
I especially like in the first photo how nicely bent to the inside Fudge is. His jaw is twirled nicel to the inside, but there is not rotation of his head (which would make his long nose less than perfectly vertical). This is good. He looks relaxed and willing. Nice pair!