I disagree with ashley. A 32 in a Stubben is considered their Wide. It's the last size before going to their XW. My mare needs a wide saddle - current saddle is a semi-custom Wide Albion. The 32 Stubben did work on her - it was me that hated it.
I had a Beval Gladstone which was 3 yrs old. Medium Tree. That is the same size as the Stubben Roxane, tree size 32.
Both fit my horse perfectly, but he goes 100% better in the Stubben. I believe because the tree points are farther back on the Stubben VS the Beval.
I did have a saddle fitter come out and look at the Beval fit and at the Stubben fit. The Stubben fit better, thats why I ended up purchasing it.
So, there is my 2 cents.
Best of luck in saddle hunting!! I know it is a long and $%*@'y process
Thank you all very much for the replies and the information. I appreciate it very much. I am saddle shopping for a quarter horse and she fit into a wide tree in an HDR saddles which the old owner used on her. I saw a very nice used stubben but was unsure of the tree size as far as width, is is a 32.