Arabians and Dutch Warmbloods are the best. They are both just so beautiful and have the most fun attitudes to work with! There are already pictures of Arabs but here is a Dutchy (A gorgeous stud in Northern IL, Roc USA):
I love Thoroughbreds, Irish Draughts, and draft crosses. I love big, lofty horses with lots of engine and big movement. I want my next horse to be either an Irish Draught or a Percheron/ Thoroughbred cross.
I can happily say I really enjoy working with these horses.
I've ridden and handled a few breeds, but once you have an Andalusian, that's it... I own 4 Andalusians and a Part Bred Andalusian, they have brilliant temperaments, a dream to ride, so beautiful... I cannot explain it.
I love Arabians. Mostly because they're so pretty! XD I love watching them at liberty, all snorting and their tails held so high as they prance. Two of my favorite horses were Arabians. They were a lot of fun to ride and work with.
I also think that well conditioned and put together sporthorses/warmbloods with sound minds are beautiful. I don't have any experiance with them, but I admire their athleticism.
After I got my girl, I've converted into a QH/grade horse fan. ;) I appreciate them trying so hard to please and that get up and go they can have. They make for great partners.
I love Arabs for their looks, I've ridden a few part Arabs and rode one that was at least 3/4 Arab if not full in Tunisia. It was a stunning horse, at the same school they had a race bred Arab which was big and fast. I love the temperment and spirit of an Arab, plan to have at least one in my life.
I also love Welsh Ds, I've ridden a few of these and I love them. One of my favourite horses is a Welsh D mare who had a lovely temperment, was a dream to ride and be around. I still love them despite the fact I broke my shoulder coming off one.
How ever I do love the crosses, you get the best of both breeds hopefully. Most of favourites have been crosses, my loan was a Welsh x who I adored to ride and just be around, I've ridden a lovely little Fell x Appaloosa who was again good in saddle and on the ground, ridden a Fell x TB who again was a brilliant young horse. I could go on and on.