Okay, this has been our challenge. Walk is fine. But in trot, its awful. I'm trying to not collapse my right torso/shoulder so that Ed doesn't fall in, use lots of inside leg, good outside rein contact (which then he points his head to the outside). If I release the outside rein a bit to get a slight inside bend by squeezing my inside rein he still goes through my leg, and drifts in. We end up transitioning down to a walk and leg yielding back to the rail.
I look where I'm going. I look right to the corner of the arena before I begin to apply turn aids but he's cut in before then. I then overcompensate by shifting both reins to the left - ugh- its such a BAD habit. My right rein forgets to stay direct and begins to go indirect. My left rein drifts out to the left. Ugh again. The only way it seems to stay on the rail to go deep into the corner is to go in with an outside bend! Not so pretty.