# 6 looks like an adorable Haffie - smart, athletic, and eager. But let me say, if they say needs intermediate/ advanced rider on a Haffie that mean she NEEDS an intermediate/ advanced
rider. Don't take their smaller stature lightly - they can be be quite the opinionated partner.
Love the breed (I've started, trained and loved one for 3 years - and am quite involved with the breed), but just be warned that they often don't have the 'drafty', easy-going temperament that some of your other options are more likely to have. Some do naturally and with correct, consistent training many often develop it, but you really have to know what makes them tick and how to handle them to get them to bond with you. Once you do, they'll jump to the moon and back with you, but the common story of Haffie owners is "Yes, I adore him/her, after the x amount of months it took for us to bond."
For me it was a hard three months before we bonded. I'm friends with some who took a year.
Sorry for the novel, but just wanted to throw that out there. Of course, not all Haffies are like that, some are sweeties, espscially if they are handled correctly from the beginning. Just take into account that even if you have tons of experience training/ riding green horses, Haffies are different. Some people love 'em, some don't because they just think
differently than other breeds. They can be the greatest partner you will ever have, or the worst enemy LOL.
Need to look more closely at your other options before I make an opinion of them, but the Haffie caught my eye so that's just my 2 cents. :)