You might want to do a little more looking before you buy, if it's not too late. I'm with some of the others here -- the saddle you're looking at isn't one that I'd recommend. In fact, I'd encourage you to look at a much better made saddle that's used but in good repair. You can find something for $500 or less if you're patient. I'd also suggest looking for a saddle with the sides, under your legs, cut up and away so you can have closer contact with your horse as you ride.
Go to a local saddle shop and have them fit you for saddle size and then you'll know what size of saddle to look for. Then shop for a quality, but used saddle. Those saddles will never lose their value, compared to the one you're looking at online. HOpe it's not too late for this advice.
Welcome to the world of Western Riding. You'll love it!!!
Sadly it is to late, but I will have 3 days to return it once it arrives, i'll still try it and have my trainer look at it, and i'm sure she'll suggest to return itand that's most likely what I will do