06-23-2011, 07:52 AM
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It depends on what you are going to do. I would suggest you go to a site that sells lots of different styles of saddles and look at the profiles. That is how I learned some about the differences in the western saddles. It seemed to me that a cutting saddle has a higher horn and that would not work well for some things, but might if you are going to need it. Reining has a deeper seat, shorter horn. That is what I have and love it, but then, I do some reining. I do feel secure in it on the trails, as well tho.