That is what you do not want. The horse for the most part should be straight. Not overly bent. If they bend too much they through their hip to the out side and in turn pivot on the out side foot which is not correct. Once you start side passing them into the turn and getting them a bit straighter and they are still pushing their hip out you can move your foot back and push the hip back over. This is where being able to move every inch of the horse with your seat leg and reins come into play big time. This is why it is very very important to have that down very well first.
Also make sure you are walking into and out of the turn.
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