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Date:4/20/2014 12:27:05 PM
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Hello! Thank you for your vote! Tonight I will ask my dad to get my pictures on my new computer so I can update everything. Sorry its taking this long. Anyways, this weekend was about 83 degrees, bright, and sunny. And still is! How is yours? Hope its making you happy! Here is today's horse FACT:

~~~Paint or Pinto?~~~
The terms "paint" and "pinto" are sometimes both used to describe spotted horses, but in modern use there is a clear difference between the two terms. A pinto differs from a Paint solely due to bloodlines. A pinto may be of any breed or combination of breeds, though some Pinto registries may have additional restrictions. (Some do not register draft horses or mules, for example.) For a horse to be registered as an American Paint Horse however, it must have registered American Quarter Horse, American Paint Horse, or Thoroughbred parents. Therefore, all Paint horses (except for the small number of "solids" allowed into the Paint registry) could be registered as pintos, but not all pintos qualify to be registered as Paints.

Have a great day, and thanks again for your amazing support:) Erin 'N Hollywood
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