Any of them, as this is what they were all bred for.
I personally own Belgians. A lot of people own Percherons. There are others who own Clydesdales or Shires. I wouldn't focus so much on what breed of draft would be best, I'd shop for a draft horse in general, and find one that meets your criteria, regardless of breed.
Somethings you'll need to decide on:
Broke? Needs to be trained?
Broke single or just double?
Temperment? (energetic or calm, every horse is an individual, even in each breed)
If you haven't owned a draft before and are new to driving, I'd suggest you get a draft that is around 12-15 years old, broke and been there done that when it comes to farming and logging. I suggest the horse be easy going, calm and patient as well as confident and steady. These are traits of most drafts, but, the better trained they are and the calmer they are, the better you will be. If they know their job, it will help you learn and they'll be more forgiving of your mistakes as you learn.
Find an old farmer with a beginner friendly team.
"It is true, I want a great many things I haven't got, but I don't want them enough
to be discontented and not enjoy the many blessings that are mine."
Elinore Pruitt Stewart, Letters of a Woman Homesteader