Yikes! I would not want a draft with the habit of stepping on your toes.
All good suggestions by above posters. I would also add that you need to watch YOUR feet, and make sure that you are not placing them in the way of the horse. I have only been stepped on about three times in over ten years of working with horses. The last time was when I had my feet too close to my mare and I asked her to move, she stepped right on me. She didn't mean to, but I had to try to shove her off as fast as possible lol.
I always watch my feet and try not to get too close to a horse that fidgets when tied. My mare has a bad habit of pulling the slack out of the rope and fidgeting, so recently I have been cross tying her and she is standing still for that. For horses that crowd when leading, I just don't allow that in the first place, and not allowing it prevents them from stepping on me.
"You can do something wrong for thirty years and call yourself experienced, you can do something right for a week and experience more than someone who spent thirty years doing the wrong thing." ~WhattaTroublemaker