You are all about the result. You don't care about how the horse feels about a situation, and you really don't understand how a prey animal thinks. Even the most mellow horse is still a prey animal, and if you forget that, you are going to get seriously hurt. Oh, and I didn't break my warmblood....I re-started him....there is a big difference between 'breaking' a horse and 'starting or re-starting' him. And I've worked with plenty horses who are spoiled brats and scared messes and I get results quickly...and not because I inflict pain on them.
You treat horses like dogs? You are dealing with two difference species who think NOTHING alike. Dogs are predators, horses are prey animals. If you can't understand the difference in their thoght processes you shouldn't be working with horses. Maybe stick with your dogs.