When you list your saddle for sale include measurements. Correct measurements, google how to do it if you have to. Also put up some pictures and make sure they are clear.
This is stressing me out more than it should. I need a saddle, I do not have one that fits my horse. I have been borrowing a saddle that doesn't completely fit. It sits on the withers, so I am using a band aid (riser pad) for now. Luckily it fits every other way and after a good workout she was completely dry under the saddle, sweaty around saddle, so I know it's fitting that way. But I cannot borrow tack forever.
I know what I want in a saddle but I am also willing to settle for anything that is usable that fits both of us. But how am I supposed to shop for a saddle when you put one blurry, dark, and off center, weird angle picture with a description that it's a medium tree because it fit your horse and you measured a 17 in seat, and I can only guess that you measured wrong due to the lack of information.
Does anyone else feel this is frustrating?? Sorry for the rant but this has been really getting on my nerves. Thanks to all who actually read this.