I ordered the same saddle online through Classic Saddlery, big mistake.
I ordered an 18 Wide and received an 18 Medium. Had to ship the saddle back because it was the only one in stock and was told they would put it on a saddle press and make it a Wide. I was also promised I would get compensated for return shipping which never happened $50.00). I received the saddle back about 2 weeks later and the saddle was completely lopped sided. The stirrup bars were uneven, had to keep the stirrup leathers 2 holes shorter on the left side then the right side (brand new leathers). The underside panels were sewn on crooked, left side was lower than the right side - even the color of the leather was different from one side to the other. The saddle appeared as it was put together from two different saddles. While riding in it, the saddle kept slipping to the left side. I shipped the saddle back and when I contacted Classic Saddlery, I was told there was nothing wrong with the saddle. Quote" If I am crooked and the horse is crooked, I possibly made the saddle crooked" (I rode in that saddle maybe 6 times), I guess my trainer is also crooked since she tried it and had the same issues of the saddle slipping. I paid a well known saddle maker to evaluate the saddle and he agreed with the poor craftsmanship of the saddle and gave it to me in writing. Classic Saddlery would not reimburse me for the saddle and in addition, the girth got lost during return shipping and I was told it is my responsibility to file a claim with the shipping company. I also was overcharged $15.00 for the stirrup leathers and did not receive any reimbursement even after repeated requests. Since not all M Toulouse saddles are made as poor as the one I received, I would stick to buying the saddle through SmartPak who has free shipping on Trial Saddles and outstanding Customer Service.