You said you wanted a horse that will help you along with your riding, and, I'm sure it's not what you want to hear, but I don't think that would be this particular horse. This horse looks VERY green. To an untrained eye she might look good in the video, but that rider (who appears to be rather experienced) is really working to make that horse perform well. She almost refused every fence she was taken to (and did refuse one of them but the rider made it look good) and that rider had to really sit down and drive her on to the fence and then be right there to take her back on the other side because she was coming out strong too. The horse is really driving at the bit and they have her nose clamped down in a flash and a rather strong grip on her so for a green or intermediate rider she might be a little too much to handle. I see mismatches all the time with horse and riders and people get too caught up in appearances and feelings to really dig down deep and admit that the horse might not be a good match for them. I'm not sure of your riding ability, but I think that if you buy this particular horse you are going to be spending a lot of time training and really bringing the horse along when it sounds like you want a nice, quiet schoolmaster type mount to bring your own riding along. Not sure how old you are but you will have your whole life to get a green horse and bring it along. Do yourself a favor now and buy something so that you can become the best rider that you can be while you are learning. Hope this helps. Don't be offended. Just offering what I saw.