while I agree with Palomine, and have no idea how to decipher those complicated categorizations, horses DO differ, and thus your approach is going to differ a bit.
some horses are very worried animal, some are super confident to the point of being pushing. you'd deal with those two horses a bit differently.
yesterday I went and rode my friend's new QH. he had a lifetime of being a 'working' horse. he is a bit worried because he is expecting that he will be given orders , hard and fast, and it's his duty to comply as soon as possible. thus, he doesn't really enjoy just hanging with humans. he is anxious to get about his job, and only seems to feel good if he is pleasing you.
for him, I'd do a lot of things where he CAN get the "good boy, well done" reward. but, I'd also work on slowing things down , bit by bit, because his new life is going to be a lot slower, so having him able to enjoy that, too, would be desirable. and, he doesn't like to be touched. that might never change, so personally, I'd not waste my or his time with a whole lot of cuddling. to him, it's tortuous.