I hate to tell you folks but there are very few real saddle fitters in both Canada and US. To be fully qualified they should be either saddle makers or taken a course thro the Master Saddlers. Most of the so-called fitters merely represent a company. Next time you talk to one ask for their qualifications. There's a lot more to fitting a saddle than seeing how it fits when the horse is standing still. If a horse moves with a hollow back there is more chance of rubbing because of front to back bridging.