It's like riding a tank.
I have one of those here at home. Most of them can NOT be described as clunkers. LOL!I would also love to try out a draft. I bought a percheron/andalusian cross, I wanted a "pretty" clunker. What I got was a very large pretty horse but definately not the clunker I thought she was going to be. Definately a keeper though.
It is funny! Now that I have had her awhile and have developed a really neat relationship and she is going well under saddle I'm addicted. I wish I had 5 more of her, she is the beyond amazing. And there is nothing like a horse that calls you out on all your mistakes to make you a better horseperson.I have one of those here at home. Most of them can NOT be described as clunkers. LOL!