So I brought her back to me, stood her there and picked up the saddle, let her sniff it and put it up on her back(I tied the stirrups together, so they wouldn't slam on her sides and scare her). Well that didn't seem to phase her either. And I've always read that you shouldn't tighten the cinch the first time unless your horse is pretty comfortable with the saddle being on their back. Well she seemed pretty comfortable so I started to tighten it. That didn't seem to bother her either. Note: This was all done without a lead on. She just stood right there!
I finished tightening her up, and clipped her to the lunge line so she couldn't get away if she got scared. She got outside and I started to trot her around and she finally figured something was on her back and she did a few bucks but then forgot about it and just started eating! Too funny! I unclipped the line, and she and my gelding just walked around eating. She didn't even seem phased. I was pretty impressed. Normal horses with a first time saddle go nuts. But she was really good and I like that.
I don't think she will be too difficult to train. She is so smart and willing to learn. I'll keep you updated on what goes on!