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Date:7/12/2014 6:34:43 PM
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So Beautiful! Nice Pics!
Hi! Thank you for your amazing votes:) Left you one! Sorry if I didn't get ALL my blogging in yesturday. Since we were busy this week and could actually through a big party for my sister, we did it yesturday. It was one SURPRISE party I tell you! We had a nice dinner with her friends, our youth pastors, and our cousins came. And then we went to a comendy show:) It was so much fun! Anyways, how have you been? How is the weather? Today is RAINY, but yesturday was warm but more cold-ish and SUNNY! YAY! So, here is your daily Paint horse fact!

~@~#~$~ PART 3: APHA ~$~#~@~
The APHA currently registers horses that exhibit the overo (which, under APHA categories, includes sabino), tobiano, and tovero spotting patterns, as well as solid colored horses with Paint bloodlines. It also keeps track of each horse's performance and progeny record.It allows registration of Paint to Paint breedings, as well as Paint to Quarter Horse and Paint to Thoroughbred. They allow live cover, artificial insemination, shipped cooled semen, frozen semen and embryo transfers. The APHA sponsors horse shows and holds an annual World Championship Paint Horse Show in the early summer. They also offer racing and added money to Paint horses competing in open shows held by the National Snaffle Bit Association and the National Reining Horse Association.

Have a great day, H♥D♥D #157076 for October HOTM
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