Hi guys! Newbie here, just joined!
So, i've been riding for a very long time and have finally decided to get my very own horse.
I'm eyeing off two owned by the same woman - one is a Warmblood with a bit of Arabian blood, the other is an Andalusian (PRE).
The warmblood is stunning - a bit flighty (maybe the arabian in him?) and can be quite shy, but also quite cheeky. He has a good nature. The Andalusian is very loving, follows her around and tends to be more connected as an animal.
Now, i'm new to warmbloods and don't know a whole lot but I want a horse that I can really bond with. They are of the same age and same cost.
I was told by the breeder that the andalusians tend to be more human pleasing and seem to bond more with riders, and warmbloods are great competing horses and can get you far in the disciplines.
Can anyone shed some light onto both breeds or advise me so I can have a better understanding of them?
FYI: I'm into pleasure riding, not so much the disciplines. The andalusian and the warmblood would both be perfect dressage horses however.
Thank you guys! xx