I ride western and trail ride mostly. I have a Circle Y park and trail saddle and I love it. It is so comfy and it fits both my horses well.
I also own a thorowgood Griffin and it is also very comfy and fits my Mustang very well, it is a little narrow for my Paint so I ride him in a Cambridge although it wouldnt be my first choice but it fits him well.
My daughter also has a youth Circle Y and she loves it , we are looking into getting her an English saddle though, I thought I would check out either Crosby or Collegiate...
I ride in a circle Y cutting saddle. My barn owner and I are training to finish paul for cutting and team penning for his first show season this spring. If he starts winning, I would really like to buy a billy cook cutting saddle.
Since this is in the dressage section I assume that it's about dressage saddles only, because I also have a jumping saddle. Anyways the dressage saddle I own and love is the Frank Baines Omni. It fits me like a glove, especially since it is designed for people with longer legs (most of the few complaints about this saddle are that the rider is too short to fit it properly). The seat is wonderfully sculpted and the leather (calf skin) is superb-I didn't need to 'break it in' at all. The overall design of the saddle is extremely elegant. I bought it in the summer of 09 and it seems like it will last at least 20 years, purchased for around $3,150 if I recall correctly.