Dressage saddles can be problematical for general purpose riding. I've owned a Stubben Tristan and it was not all that comfortable for longer riding times. I've tried a Stubben Maestro. It puts you into a very
specific position so that you can do Prix St. George type stuff. Sadly, if you tried that on a trail for any length of time you'd be a cripple!!!
Stubben makes a couple of good, all purpose saddles. My wife has a Siegfried VSD-DL and loves it. It's OK for me. I have a Stubben Scout (their police and military saddle). It's excellent for ring work and very comfortable on the trail. It was designed for male riders, however, and does not come in a size below 18".
As would avoid dressage saddles I'd also avoid any other type that highly tuned to a specific discipline or activity.
I'm a Stubben fan (you've probably guessed that by now
) but there are lots of other good quality, all-purpose English saddles out there.
Go to the biggest tack shop there is near you and sit in a few. You'll find a make and model that will do what you want but it will take some persistence.
Good luck in your search.