I wish I could be happier about it but I paid more than I wanted to pay and could not trial it or have it fitted. It may have been a HUGE mistake and only time will tell. From all the information I could gather and the best guess I could make this will be a good fit for Steady BUT of course I do not know what I am doing. Here is the link to the saddle that I now own. Go easy on me if you think I am a complete idiot for buying a non-returnable saddle sight unseen. So those are all the reasons that should not have bought the saddle.
Here are the reasons I did buy it. If you look at the pictures you will see what I am talking about. It has dropped panels and wither gussets, the tree shape looks similar to that of a County and those fit him well. Those are the big reasons I bought it. Then there is the fact that it is black and I like black and also means I only need one show bridle that is black. It appears to have fairly forward flaps and in good condition.
We will see a saddle fitter in July at CAF Event camp. Kate Wooten will be at camp that week and she is an independent fitter from TN. So if you need to be fitted even if you are not coming to camp I am sure you can make an appointment. She is very resonably priced and has come with good recommendations. She also has saddles with her in her truck to try and to purchase that are on consignment. So please spred the word around your barn. I will also promote this more over the next couple months. I July we will be properly fitted to the saddle but desperate times call for desperate measures. I wish I am not in the situation I am in to begin with but what's done is done and let's just hope my uneducated guess will work out.