Originally Posted by Solon
I think maybe for an individual horse but I haven't seen that as a personality trait for the warmbloods in this area.
Yeah, maybe. But I've always know warmbloods to be very opinionated and sometimes stubborn you can't nag them to do things. And if they don't want to do something they will let you know. And the more you nag the worse it gets. But with correct training they are great horses. But you cannot let them walk all over you. I've known them to get spooky and buck and rear, just because they don't want to work anymore, and they think the rider is being annoying.
The warmbloods I knew were imported from Europe, so maybe they are different in different areas.