Sorry Honey. That was weird without an explanation.
I had one just like this stolen last year. Doubt it would have made it as far as Minn. But you never know. Only distinctive marking I could think of was a bite mark from my jack donk taking advantage of my mare being tacked up. Unless repaired there would be no doubt it was a bite mark. Donk became a gelding days later.
Every time I spot the same make of saddle I peer at the seat. Must have been a quick snatch and run because they left other more valuable saddles behind. Also got most of my english pads and girths that were draped over the saddle. Everything stays in the house now. The pads bum me out as much as the saddle because my mother made them for me.
It's not an expensive saddle. I bought mine on ebay
years ago. My daughter was just an infant, she's 20 now, so you are looking at a saddle that is close to 20 years. Rumored to have been made in Brazil rather than India. Fit my more narrow standardbred. I guess it would equate to semi-QH bars on a western saddle.
I suppose it could be newer but the scroll work on the flaps is the same. So is everything else.