I always felt that appreciation of a Roman nose in horses was a sign of maturing tastes. YOu see, when you are young you usually are more attracted to the "cute" factor of the Arab dished face. You want the "fairy" or "unicorn" look. PInk and blue with glitter ,too.
As you get older, you see that horse's with the Roman nose have a certain grandness, a gravity of being that says "HORSE" in no uncertain terms. Not pretty pocket pony, . . HORSE.
See the grand horses of Spain and even the Lippizaners have the stately fore of the Roman Nose,
NO,, my horse does not have one and I still think he's wonderful