Looking at this photo, it's a close fit for width/angle. You canNOT use that
much padding under it as-is. It will be too tight on your horse if you use
double pads like you are the other photos.
Looking at this photo, it seems to be too narrow, with the pommel too high
over the front. However, you have the saddle about 2" too far forward.
The front d-ring should be 2-3" BEHIND the back EDGE of the horse's
Also, looking at the above photo, I'd have to say that the back panels may
not be a good match for the shape of his back. It looks like that are too
flat on the bottom, and there will be too much pressure on the inside edge
of the panels.
I want to see the same side and front shots as above, but with the saddle
moved 2" back, with the girth lightly done up. I also want to see a picture
taken from behind, so we can see how the back panels sit against his
back. Stand on a stool if you need to. Then take those same three shots
with just the white fleece pad or just the navajo or square pad.
At this point though, my judgment is too narrow and too flat of panels.