Biscuit came to me! Woot!! He was rewarded for doing so. Don't want to revert to what I had before.
I took him to the wash rack and brushed him and cleaned his hooves. He is still shedding. I loaded him up and Jamie and Edgar closed the ramp for me. I left at 9:40 AM. Got half way there and realized I had left my dang credit card - I had no cash. No lunch for me but I did eat Biscuit's carrots. I hauled slow and steady and got to Darolyn's at 11:50 AM. I knew she had an appointment. They called her and she was on a ride at Pundt Park. Her other saddle fitters started with Biscuit - they used little forms kind of like Allegany uses. They were a little flummoxed by his little shoulder bulges. Darolyn arrived and she tried several on him and then said no saddle would fit him and to get a shimmed saddle pad. Oh my stars.
She decided an E saddle would work for Biscuit. She hah 15" E and she tacked him up with a thicker pad. She told me to cut my shims and sew them into my Equipedic. I can get Devin to do that at work on his super duper sewing machine. Anywhoo. I rode Biscuit in that saddle - LOL I actually fit in it which was nice. I was more comfortable in that saddle than in the Steele. I put the Steele on for Darolyn and with shims it would probably fit but I am going to go with the Saare. She had her eyes and hands on Biscuit. That makes a difference. The saddle is much wider than my Allegany. I will have to shim his back and get a thicker pad which I can certainly do.
Darolyn is going to get in contact with the saddle maker for Saare and have him call me tomorrow. I loaded Biscuit back up and hauled home. He was such a good boy while we were there.
I talked it over with Lee Ann P when I got back. I think this will be the best solution for me.