Do you have experience training a young horse or someone who does to help you? It is harder than it sounds...breaking a horse into a sound, reliable partner takes a lot of patience and knowledge of how horses think. If you just want a pleasure horse I personally would go for an older horse...price drops considerably once a horse enters his teens, and they will still have many miles and happy trail rides left in them. Plus you usually don't have to put much more training in them! I am not crazy about the conformation of either of these horses, although it is hard to tell with their heads down. The market is great for buying a horse right now...many owners have great, well-trained horses that they just can't afford. I would shop around and make sure you find a good one that will give you years of happy riding...based on conformation, I honestly don't know if either of these ones will be very overall balanced mounts.
He knows when you're happy; He knows when you're comfortable; He knows when you're confident; And he always knows when you have carrots.