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Date:8/21/2014 12:48:09 PM
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The farrier came yesterday and it turns out Cheyenne's hoofs weren't contracting properly so her frogs weren't growing and her hooves were staying small. The farrier said because of her lack of frogs it was uncomfortable for her to stand or walk. He said now that they are trimmed properly they should grow quite a bit just in the next few days.

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To the Indian the Paints were more than a warhorse or a means of travel. He was a medium of exchange and a status symbol. The number of Horses he owned determined an Indian's wealth, and any wealthy hunter owned at least a half dozen horses. Paint-Horses were especially treasured and prized. Even though they never bred their horses carefully, the Indians took pride in their animals and made some attempt to breed for the coloring they admired so much.
The Paint Horse has always been associated with the Indian in legends, stories, songs, and even in today's television programs. At the siege of the Alamo, at the Fetterman massacre, at the Battle of the Little Big Horn, the Paint Horse was there.

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