Love love LOVE quarters. Then, it's equally broken down between: Paints, Hackneys, Welsh ponies, Shetlands, Arabs, Belgians, National Show Horses, Shires, and Leopard Appys - I know, specific for the breed with the appys, but my first horse horse, was a leopard appy, and I just don't care for the blankets and few spots lol.. Here is me with Cochise when I was around oh, 5.
Here, here! I'm with you, like a horse with a level head (brain).
At the moment I have 2 who happen to be appy's.
Yeah, I really don't care so much about breed, or cross bred type...because I have worked with so many horses, that I appreciate all of them; it's how well the horse will work for me, how quickly he learns, and how well he deals with change that I am interested in.
My new horse is an Appy too... I've never owned one, but have handled them, and can't wait to get him home and start playing with him. My mom said he seems to enjoy jumping...so that should be fun!
Mountain Horses. They are extremely even tempered and you can do anything with them. Why own anything else? Perfect for beginner riders and so easy to start or break in that a novice or child could do it.
OMG I so cannot narrow it down, I guess my first would be TB's but I also love Hanovarians( the more older style suited for dressage and jumping not hunters), Holsteiners, DWB's, Westphalians and Irish Draught or Irish Sport Horses. They're built quite alike I think that's y I have such a difficult decision in choosing!