Well my favorite breed for the lonest time (YEARS) was the Thoroughbred. This still kind of are, however the Norwegian Fjord is sneaking it's way up there
I bought my first one this winter & LOVE her. Learned to ride on one as a kid and know several people around that own/breed them. Technically
they are a draft pony
breed, however as they've become more popular some people have started to consider them more as horses (average height is under 14.2 however, so still a pony).
They are one of the oldest breeds alive today & on the whole are one of the calmest you can find. Honest & steady, though their biggest downfall is that they can be very
stubborn & need to be started & trained properly to prevent stiff necks & mouths.
They might not be the fastest or most agile, but they put their heart into their work & will give you their all
Another thing I love is that they all looks the same. They come in different variations of dun, but no white markings, no black, sorrels, bays, etc. Just dun
& the manes are so fun to cut!