I agree with M2G!!!! You get what you pay for!!! NEVER FALL FOR A CHEAP PACKAGE DEAL!!!! No matter the maker, stitching on the saddle/bridle is low grade, will either fray or come a part, I bought a cheap saddle once ...felt like I was ridding on a cardbord saddle, with in a year it was trashed!!!! Best advice I can give you is go to you local tack store see if they will give you a good price on your saddle and take that money and the $300 that your mom wants to spend on a saddle and upgrade...trust me that will work out better in the end
I really don't think its a good choice. Look at the flocking in the pannels, it doesnt look like it will sit very well at all. Also, look at the cantle. Its going to sit to high on the horse. Generally, pommel and cantle should sit evenly.
The material doesnt look very comfortable either.
Ok I read some where that you said it was your's........like I said before you get what you paid for.....right now I own a saddle that is worth more then my truck which is sad!!! And have never had a problem with it, although again when it comes to my horses money is not a issue, but then you always get what you paid for.....let's hope a saddle like that doesn't hurt your horses back