The set is very pretty and the blanket, too.
May I state a couple of adjustments or fit things I see?
Take the fender. As you know, fenders are actually in a big "loop", part is what you see and is wide, and the other part is behind that and that's where the blevins buckle attaches. The whole loop runs through a "slit" in the skirt, right up next to the tree. You need to pull the part of this loop that is next to the horse DOWNward, so that the fender part will go upward and give you a little bit of the narrow part of the bottom of the fender. NOt a lot, but if your stirrup is snugged up reat light on the wide part of the fender, it will be really hard to turn them and you will get sore knees. An inch or two is enough.
Secondly, the back of the saddle comes up off his back and if feels a little like the saddle is angled down and may be pressing too hard into his shoulders.
You might run your hand under there (no blanket) and see if it feel tight.
If you are knowledgeable about saddle fit or have someone to check with you, you might look into this. It looks tight around the shoulder, and like many saddles, has no "flare" for the shoulder to move under the front edge of the skirt.