The beginner English saddle packages such as Kincade are extremely poor quality saddles. Don't waste your $$ on them. The saddle construction will put you in an odd position, the stuffing is of questionable origin, lumpy and will shift with use, the trees are ??... Don't waste your $$. Look on CL, eBay, consignment shops, tack sales... for recognizable name brands of used but not abused saddles. You should be able to pick up a nice all purpose Crosby or Stubben for under $300. It's good to replace leathers and make sure the irons fit your feet. Too large an iron makes for dropped irons or tired and sloppy feet.
Many English saddles are stamped on the keepers with seat size, tree width and there might also be a code that incorporates year, month and model (might read 976XXXX which would mean June of 1997 plus the model).