Timing the use of inside leg for leg yields
When I'm working on leg yielding out on a circle, sometimes I find that I'm using my inside leg but still not getting the reaction I want. I have an easier time doing this to the left than to the right. I'm wondering if, when going to the right, my timing of the inside leg aid is not correct.
I'm assuming that I should apply it when the horse's inside hind leg is coming up underneath it's body, but hasn't yet touched the ground. This would be at the very top of the rise when I'm posting?