- Some said that when they make their turns, if turning to the left lets say, they will give the cue from their outside leg (right foot) to make the left turn. Their reasoning is that the horse moves away from the pressure which is why they apply outside pressure.
- Some said that when they make their turns, if turning to the left lets say, they will cue with their inside leg (left foot) to make the turn. Their reasoning is that the horse gives way to the inside pressure.
Now I know we all have different ways of riding, and some will have a stronger opinion of what is "proper" riding style. I found this extremely interesting, and wanted to see what is more common now days. This will throw an interesting twist into my routine of training, because now I really have to think about which style will potential buyers look for. So I wanted to see what many of our posters here had in mind and thought about the matter!