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Date:7/26/2014 7:35:45 AM
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Hi! Here is your daily to thank you for your vote for Hollywood. TOday was a GREAT day for me. Tomorrow, my mom said we will call the owner of Quincy and see how he is doing. Boy oh boy, Quincy is my big baby, and I will never let him go! Anyways, how was your day? How is the weather? It is sunny and warm but more cold...ish. Well, gotta run! Talk soon:) ALSO; I wanted to imform everyone that I am very happy that my friend Joey/Betsy the mule is back online! Have a great day:) Erin

It's important to note that while a Paint Horse may register itself as a Pinto, a Pinto may not register as a Paint Horse unless it meets the breed's strict bloodline requirements. The American Paint Horse owes its heritage to the narrow-sighted Quarter Horse Association. It excluded those horses that had a pinto pattern and horses that were born with white spots that were located above the hocks and knees. Because of its large fan base, enthusiasts of these colorful stock horses formed a vast array of organizations to preserve and promote the paint horse. In 1965, these groups merged into the American Paint Horse Association. Though a popular show horse, the American Paint Horse of today has a willing attitude for work that makes it equally pleasurable at the ranch, rodeo, trail, or racetrack.

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