To measure the gullet width of a western saddle, you'll need to follow these steps:
Stand the saddle upright and place it on a flat surface.
Measure the distance from one side of the gullet (the space between the tree points that allows for the horse's spine) to the other side of the gullet.
Record the measurement in inches or centimeters. It's important to note that the gullet width of a saddle can impact the fit of the saddle on the horse's back. A saddle with a narrow gullet may be too constricting for a horse with a wide back, while a saddle with a wide gullet may be too loose for a horse with a narrow back.
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To ensure the best fit for your horse, it's always a good idea to measure the gullet width of a saddle before purchasing it, and to consult with a professional saddle fitter if you have any questions or concerns.