Oh yes, I personally find the QH on of the most versatile breeds out there ^^
The problem being, it's become so differant between disciplines now that some of the english horses don't look like QH's anymore and the western horses are having a tendency to turn into big ol' tanks at 14.2hh.
Selective breeding, I swear.
People make fun of him because he is such a typical western tank (although he is 15'3 at least) and I ride him English and am teaching him lower level dressage. Honestly though he has no natural issues to work through and his gaits and body carriage is just a very typical horse.
My friend has a western quarter horse who has what I would consider a normal natural head carriage which is raised and alert. I've never seen a horse I would think would be a natural peanut pusher, quarter horse or not!