So on a thread a little while ago people told me my saddle was too far forward on the horse's shoulder. I was confused, and am now questioning how I have always been tacking up horses, as well as paying attention to other peoples' horses and how they tack up and now I am confused at just exactly HOW forward is TOO far forward. I understand that shoulder movement is important, and the saddle can restrict the movement if placed incorrectly. I found this video and thought the saddle looked WAY too far forward. It's hard to judge because I can't see the rest of the horse's body, but if you watch the shoulder you can clearly tell it's moving under the saddle. I may be pegging it wrong; what do you guys think? I'd love to learn more.
Also, a picture of the horse that people told me the saddle was too far forward on.