Treeless for a "withered" horse
I have a 17H hanoverian, 6 years old, with a MWish back and a decent wither; also an older thoroughbred with a prominent wither.
Most of the theads I've seen on treeless saddles seem to focus on what a great fit they are for friesians, morgans, drafts, and generally round-bodied horses.
They also seem to be more of a choice among lower level and eclectic riders (dressage/trail, dressage/western, etc).
Does anyone used a treeless on their wither'ed horses? Are treeless riders in the second level and above domain?
Not that I'M there, mind you. Just wonderin'