Eeeeps it's exciting and scary. It's a 14.5" no name trail saddle. It's well made and in good shape. I got a heck of a deal on it at Brighton Saddlery. Can't give those guys enough props for helping out a clueless hunter rider
It fits the pony pretty well. Not perfect, but better than anything else I've found. Apparently a wide-ish WB with monster withers is an odd side for a western saddle. I've been able to pad it up nicely and he moves well in it.
Having just replaced a saddle that didn't fit and caused pain from pinching and general unhappiness as well as vet bills, I'm concerned about your "not perfect" fit. Especially at the withers. That's where we had our problem and make no mistake: it was a painful problem all the way from his withers, through his shoulder and into his knee.
The problem wasn't evident at first...took a while for him to give in to the pain and then compensate with other parts of his body for the pain.
Just be aware that this could happen to your boy too.
Ditto on the "not perfect fit". Just keep an eye on things. And if you get an opportunity, have someone qualified check the fit. In my experience, calf ropers seem to be really good at knowing if a saddle is a good fit or not.
If the saddle bridges you'll want to take a closer look at the fit! You'll make your horse sore if you keep riding in a saddle that only fits "well enough". Check out the padding options cloudy18 suggested, or find a new saddle. 14.5" also seems pretty small for a full-size adult person, as other posters have mentioned. Good luck!
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