Originally Posted by Allison Finch
That's like saying all QH's are slow and placid. I have trained too many DWB's to think they fit any kind of stereotype. I have had personalities all the way across the board.
I still wouldn't breed one for myself.
Yes, not all QHs are slow and placid, but when you're going to see a QH you generally know what they are going to be like. The reason that there are breeds of horses in the first place is to distinguish between them very generally.
I'm sure there are lots of well tempered KWPNs out there, but a lot (if not most) of them fit the stereotype IN MY EXPERIENCE. I PERSONALLY do not like the temperaments they have although they may be different from horse to horse, they are generally hot horses and very few are suitable for the amateur rider.
Not trying to start an argument, just stating my opinion. Which apparently is more often controversial than not lol.