I ride three horses on a more of less regular basis. One is lateral, one centered, and one diagonal. All are "gaited." All have a different way of going. All have a similar conformation. I use a Stubben Scout on all three. Like this Stubben Saddles
How can this work under the theory that "gaited horses need gaited horse saddles"?
Stubben, by the by, makes a "gaited horse saddle." Stubben North America
The market wants them so they supply the need, like any good capitalist would do. I've seen them and sat in one; they are of good quality.
Again, a horse, any horse, needs a saddle that fits. The moniker is less important than the fit.