Originally Posted by blue eyed pony
That's more to do with the balance of your saddle [too high in front] than the saddle itself. What I meant was the classical position with the long leg. It's very difficult to hold a good classical position in a CC saddle especially if you go from a highly supportive almost force-you-into-a-good-position dressage saddle to the more open CC.
I just realized I forgot to post my photo of Monty and I over 95 in the cheap little AP... hahaah oops! I'll have another go.
Edit; excuse my being a little behind the movement, defensive riding is a habit of mine ever since having a horse that had a really dirty stop.
Well... I guess I can't judge my own position in the saddle then since it's so badly fitted. XD
I've never ridden in a dressage saddle either. O: Excuse me for being a western girl for four years, bareback for five, australian for a bit, and english for only three (mostly AP saddles).
I really need to get myself in a dressage saddle just for the feel of it.
Nice jump, by the way! What's the difference with that AP saddle from a jumping saddle? And what brand is it?