I agree with what everyone has posted here. I hope you take the time to listen to people on this forum - a lot of them come from much experience working around horses of all sorts and with all types of issues.
I don't entirely understand your comment. "I love riding in draw reins." Draw reins aren't really something that is there for the rider's convenience or to make the horse easier for you. In rare situations, draw reins are useful in corrections of problems, however in most cases they can only escalate them. Sure, you can force a horse down into a "pretty" false headset with them, but the horse is not collected from this, and you are only teaching the horse to move without rounding its back and engaging its hindquarters, as well as numbing its mouth. That is no good.
It worries me that you are so set on using draw reins, yet you do not even know exactly how to fit them to your horse. I agree that you should seek out a more experienced trainer/instructor to help you...I am sure that whatever problem you are trying to solve with draw reins, they could help you solve much easier and most likely without the use of these devices.
If you are unsure of the mechanics of the equipment you are using, especially to the extent that you do not even know how to attach them to your horse, you probably do not have the experience to use them correctly or to do any good with them. I mean no offense.