I think your going about this horse buying process all wrong.
Put breed aside, put color aside.
Decide on your budget for a horse, then go out and look for horses in your price range. Consulting a trainer you trust on this would be good as they will OBJECTIVELY tell you what kind of horse you are capable of handling and will help you find a horse SUITABLE for your riding level.
If you can't jump 3'6" why buy a 3'6" horse, if you can't afford a 3'6" horse why look at them.
This is your 3rd thread asking about horse breeds....
Gordon Wright once told a student to take up swimming because he would never be a good rider, that rider was George Morris.