My Beau - becareful.
I only say that because, take my TB as an example. He has high withers, and pockets behind his shoulders, a weak topline and his back archs.
He has narrow withers, but a broad back. He has an arch as well.
The Wintec 500 was NOT a good fit for him. The tree of the Wintec 500 All Purpose and the Dressage saddle is too strait. So when I put it on Nelson, it lay on Nelsons shoulders, and the back of the saddle made contact, but not the middle - there were pockets where I could slide my hand between the saddle and his back.
It bridged on him.
So be aware of that. I have not seen the Wintec Close Contact - but I have been told that the tree of that saddle is the same as the tree on the Collegiate CC models. I've been using a Collegiate Diploma and the tree shape on that saddle works will with Nelson's back shape.
Alot of the weight bearing of the saddle, also ended up on his shoulders.
And due to that, I had a very difficult time building up those pockets.
So just be aware. I dislike the Wintec 500 A/P and Dressage model - I find they do not work well with TB back shapes for the majority.