Have you heard of the Hokie Harvest Sale at Virginia Tech? (I'm a hokie grad who studied animal science so I can vouch for quality!) Their horse program is largely funded by the babies they auction off each year and some of them are AMAZING! Some of the top warmblood breeders in the nation will donate breedings to their stallions to the program, and the stallions they have on campus are very quality. The production classes breed them, the training classes train the babies, etc. They're basically halter broke, will lead, bridle, load in a trailer, bathe, clip, walk over tarps etc. I think they sell most of their warmbloods as 2 or 3 year olds. They also do some QH's, Arabs, etc but the majority are really really nice warmbloods. Some of them do sell for like $10-15,000 but you can get a really nice unbroke horse for a great price there! It's every October. You should look into it!