Well, you could use a cutback on your qh the same way a gaited saddle can be used on your qh. It may fit (probably not well because the tree is different), but it will put you in fairly different seat for anything you'd be doing with your horse. Cutback saddles are made to sit you back farther in the saddle (and on the horse) with your legs slightly farther forward. You'd have a hard time riding western, hunter, dressage, jumping, etc. I'd suggest looking for a saddle with a higher pommel that is meant for your discipline.
Posted via Mobile Device