My saddle is a collegiate, not sure the model... but it can be reflocked but I had him and the saddle professionally evaluated and it fits him near perfect and the saddle doesn't need reflocking, it's in good condition. He's underweight and has little muscle (but it's in very good condition nevertheless) so he needs a towel (or a correctional pad with shims) to level the back out. We're working on getting and KEEPING weight on him...it's just a hard process since he has thrush on all fours...the backs being the worst, he was on antibiotics so his gut is all messed up (putting him on pro-biotics) and it's hard being out in pasture..which is why I am hoping the new barn has less tenants out in pasture and/or he gets a stall with daily turnout.
Well he fit in the 26" I've never jumped him before so I'm not sure what kind of a girth he wears in that department...
He lost a bit of weight so the ends of the girth were up higher within Monday-Thursday span. Poor Sky :/ But I figure once he is at a healthy weight, I'll need a bigger girth :P But for now, it fits him decently, doesn't cause rubs...and we worked beautifully today without lunging before I got on.
I love the look of your saddle, seems super comfy! Mine looks flat but oh it's a dream to sit trot in, for both of us :) Smooth as silk