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Hi! Thanks for your awesome vote for Hollywood. Today is my sister's 18th birthday. We are getting her a new new camera. Hope your day is going great.

American paint horses are descendants of spotted quarter horses and thoroughbreds. Paint is the Spanish word for pintado. Their height can reach 16 hands. The American paint horse has colors ranging from white with mixes of brown, black, and bay. Other colors included gray, dun, chestnut, sorrel and palomino. Making this breed of horse gorgeous. The paint horse is a versatile breed. Used for showing, cattle round up due to their speeds of up to 55 miles per hour. Paints are also used for barrel racing in rodeos as well as calf and team roping. Paints make wonderful trail riding horses.

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