I will put my 2 cents in, in case you are interested.
I have a Henry Miller saddle. They come in different styles; mine is a Buena Vista Plantation Saddle, that was made for gaited horses, specifically Walkers. And even though my horse is very high withered, it fits him perfectly.
They come with many options. You can get 2 different trail models, an endurance model, or go English or Plantation. I got the stirrups that hang "front"; they way your foot goes. (Even though most saddle makers turn the fenders, my knees still hurt. Just adding that extra piece of leather so the stirrup hangs true, made a world of difference for me!) They come with or without horn, color choice of black, brown, chestnut, or combination, and special tooling. Best part is; saddle with breast collar and bridle came to around $1300. ALL leather. I don't think you can beat the price for the quality.
Just something you might want to consider! Good luck!
"Do you give the horse its strength, or clothe its neck with a flowing mane?" (Job 39:19)