Wait, you're the one who stated QHs were more versatile than anything else, and that TBs are only good for 'English riding or racing', so how can you say 'you and I know this', when you said exactly the opposite?
I'd venture a guess my JJ, Alex's Luke, and Cori's Froggy are more the norm for TBs than the 'crazy' ones. It's always the nutsy ones that get the attention, so of course close minded people like to tar a whole breed with the same paintbrush. I think maybe the really successful racers are probably more sensitive and 'up', because that's what makes them successful. Many more TBs just don't have the drive to excel on the racetrack, which is what makes them so good at so many other things.
I can say I think QHs are lazy, stupid, and ugly, but that wouldn't make me any more right than someone saying TBs are unhandleable, loco, and only make good jumpers or racers. Neither is true.
I say this because all I see are tb's that are ott but if you ask horse people about them that's the response you get QH's are know for being versatile some know by experience the tb can do most the same things qh or other breeds do but how many out there don't know this ask the rescues in Ky about this because they see it every day.