The saddle fits this horse better than any jump saddle I have ever had on her, she moves great in it.
I did a three day clinic, her back was great, no soreness anywhere.
I felt really confident doing the little jumps we were doing, could two point fairly easily.
I think the fit is okay for you. If we could see your skeleton, your pelvis is over the center of the seat. And it looks like you could go up a hole or two and still be in the flap without a problem.
But, I'm wondering about the fit for your horse. That's a very flat tree/panel on a curvy back. She may be comfy right now (especially if your previous saddle was making her sore), but long-term I'd be worried about the match. I'd like to see a pic of it on her with girth but no pad.
I say it's for sure too small. By normal standards of being able to get your hand behind you it looks like you *might* get a couple fingers. Flap wise it seems like I see a lot of riders with their leg in a similar spot on their flaps. I personally can't have my knee there it drives me nuts. I need to have more room in front of my leg
I agree that
1) saddle seems too flat for the horse (emphasized by the panel configuration)
2) I'd like to see you in the next size up in seats (try both 1/2" & 1")
3) I'd like to see your stirrups up at a jumping length
I'm uncertain about the flap length, this will change with seat size anyway.
As to horse goes better in this saddle than previous jump saddles, this is why I like to recommend company reps that are able to put you & horse into models that you both like, then various seat sizes, tree sizes ... hopefully after a fitting demo, you'll have learned something about what each of you prefers. Then arrange as lengthy a trial period as possible with a few different saddles.
It's difficult to really assess a new saddle when the reference point is a saddle that fits poorly (or that horse dislikes for whatever reason).