Wow rookie, over reaction!!!!
Everyone without a warmblood seems to hold a massive grudge against those with a warmblood. Only reason I have warmbloods, is because I've worked my backside off and gone without a huge amount in order to afford them.
Because I'm not a fan of STB's doesn't mean I'm in a 'warmblood cult'... I think you've seen red and completely misinterpreted anything I've said, hearing only "STB's suck" or something along those misinformed lines. It gets really quite frustrating, as soon as you say you ride Dressage and have a warmblood, you are immediately guilty or being snob, having a 'pack mentality', being elitist, assuming everyone is inferior.... sheesh, people, GET OVER IT! Yeah, there's a handful of people who think that they are the be all and end all because they have a warmblood, generally those are the people who's parents have money flowing from their behinds and brought their lovely child a very expensive, pre-trained horse. The rest of us want to pursue Dressage seriously, and understand that the best way to do that, is to invest in a horse that is purspose bred for the sport - which happens to be a warmblood.
Faye and I have both not seen many STB's that have been build to suit Dressage. If we're talking Dressage at a competitive and reasonably high level - and going by the title of this thread I'd assume that is the direction it was intended - then no, a STB is not a recommended breed.
I've trained and competed multiple ottbs, appy's, qh's, various ponies, a percheron x qh and others I'm sure! So please, do not tell me that I'm in a 'warmblood cult'.