Yes it is my own saddle (s). I do alot of 2 point and my legs are fine in two point, canter and sitting trot they are perfect. It's my rising trot where I start out okay but then end up at the girth. I am told my model of saddle (devoucoux biarritz) puts people in a chair seat. So, maybe I created a muscle memory in this saddle that transferred over to my new dressage saddle. It's not the barrel of the horse because
I do this on three or four different horses. So frustrating because when I first started riding I had quieter legs and better positioning and now my trainer is mentioning this problem more and more to me and I try everything but can't seem to fix it.
[QUOTE=Skyseternalangel;1521909]Try the exercises in this video:
Is this your saddle or the riding school's saddle? If it's yours, it may not fit you and you can do something about it.
Some saddles seat riders in an un-natural position so they fight to keep their legs or upper bodies in the right place or they sit too far forward on their pubic bone, etc.
When you take your feet out of the stirrups (hopefully someone is holding your horse for you) and pull your knees up to meet at the pommel together, sit up really really tall and then drop them down, where do they end up?
Also spending more time in 2-point will help align your legs together, so long as you're using your CORE to balance, and not your hands.[/QUOT