I've worked with all different breeds over the years. When I got my first horse, he was not advanced enough for me so we sold him and I got another. (which was an Arab). I have never looked back. After working with all different breeds, I do have to say I will stick with my Arabs. Although, I do like certain stock horses and have friend that have stock horses or TBs, and another with Saddelbreds. A good horse is a good horse. I have to say I've had very good luck with having a lot of good horses in my pasture. I love the brains, the looks, the willingness, the intelligence of an Arab. For me they are easy to work with and I don't have to teach them the same thing over and over like some other breeds I have worked with in the past. I'm lucky enough to have 8 Arabs currently and hope to show my stallion at some Arabian Class A shows this year.