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Date:7/26/2014 12:27:03 AM
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What is Your Other Horses Birthday's?
CONGRATULATIONS ON HOTD, "KING" TUT! You enjoy the day, okay? ITS YOUR DAY!!!!!

Hi! Thanks for the vote! You know what? I think I may have enough horse facts to fill the rest of the month! I just have to break them down! YES! Anyways, thank you for your generous vote for Hollywood. It really really extremly means a lot. Here is your vote in return:) Have a great day♥

As one of the fastest growing breeds in North America, the American Paint Horse is rapidly making its mark on the equine community. They are a relatively new breed that is based on conformation, bloodline, and color. To be registered, a horse's ancestry must come from a registered Paint Horse, American Quarter Horse, or a Thoroughbred – though one of the two parents must be a Paint Horse. In addition to this, the horse must meet certain color standards. There are four major patterns; tobiano, overo, sabino, and tovero. Tobiano patterning is the most common and is characterized by white legs, rounded markings, and white over the back between the dock of the tail and the withers. Overo is a spotting pattern that has irregular and sharp markings. These marking are often more dark than white. The overo patterning may be accompanied by blue eyes and a white face. The tovero pattern is a mixture of tobiano and overo patterning, and the sabino is a slight spotting with white high on the legs and belly.

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