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    I have been around horses; however, most of my time is spent with my paint horse. My paint horse is a bi-colored paint while another paint horse I am frequently around is a tri-colored paint. These differences caused me to wonder at a young age if there were different types of paints. I have since learned that there are three types but did not know the particular names. To further my knowledge on this specific subject, I gathered information regarding the breed of paint horses using sources such

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    The American Paint Horse is a specific breed of a horse valued for their daring markings, color, and figure. People have numerous ways of telling apart Paints from the other different types of horse breeds. One of the ways of knowing if the horse is a Paint is by looking at the markings. Some of the markings include Tobiano, Overo, Tovero, and Solid Paint Horses; each of the horses come innumerable amounts of color. Horses come in several different types of families like the Black and Red Family

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    Have you ever seen something with four hooves? It could've been a horse.This is going to tell you about these majestic animals. Have you ever wonderd where a horse lives? Depending on the type of horse is where they live. For example, an American Quarter horse can live on ranches, Mustangs can live out in the wild and Pinto horse can be found in a pasture. They can live all over the world. If they live out in the wild their enviroment can be diffrent. In the wild they can have trees,

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    “The true white horse does not exist”, almost everyone in the Equine world has heard this at one time or another. The reason that a true white horse does not exist, is because of the Overo Lethal White Syndrome or OLWS for short. Although it can be called many names, this is the most common. This syndrome affects horses of the overo gene pool. An overo is a type of white coat pattern that occurs in several breads of horses. The white coat patches can be associated with any type of coat pattern

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    Bingo Research Paper

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    My coach, Kathy, wants me in the ring, on my horse at eight. As I walk across the ranch yard, Kathy sees me and calls out "You 're on Bingo." Bingo. I am riding that sweet old boy. Though he may not be the favorite of the stable, he is my favorite. Though I had ridden him many times before, nothing we had previously done would prepare me for the terrifying adventure to come. Upon entering the barn aisle, I am overwhelmed by the sweet smell of horse. As I walk down the aisle, I see Bingo 's multi

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    Essay About Mexican Food

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    In my original response to what I knew about Mexican food, I was able to identify food items that are of popular thought when thinking about Mexican food. I named tortillas, enchiladas, refried and black beans, rice, cheese, picante sauces, burritos, tacos, batidas and freshly made fruit juices as being the dishes that first come to mind. After reading all about the origins of Mexican food I don’t think I was too far off, but I did not consider how important the tortilla was to Mexico’s history and

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    CASE FILE VICTIM: MYRTLE WILSON TIME: 22:00 P.M. DATE: Aug.26.1922 SITE: GEORGE WILSON’S AUTOSHOP, VALLEY OF ASHES An incident took place last night at about 10.00 pm in front of George Wilson’s auto shop in which Myrtle Wilson, his wife, was killed by a speeding car racing down the road as she tried to cross to the other side. the car was bright yellow, and the driver ended up speeding away after hitting her, according to eye witnesses. A questioning session took place with witness George

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    "The Wild Horses of Assateague Island" & "Wild Ponies of Chincoteague" & "In Thunder and Rain, Chincoteague Ponies Make Annual Swim" Opener In this poem, I am going to show you more about the ponies by the illustrations. For example, in "The Wild Horses of Assateague Island" the illustration of the herd of horses on the beach shows that the horses were survivors of a shipwreck off the Virginia Coast. Another example in "Wild Ponies of Chincoteague" the illustration of the people on the boats and

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    The Horse In Art Analysis

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    The Horse in Art The horse has been a subject in art since the cave paintings of prehistoric man and has remained so until the present day, largely due to the royal connection with horses and the preoccupation with equine sport, particularly racing. Over the years, the role of the horse in the picture, the style, technique and function of the picture have altered dramatically. These changes can be traced in the work of three artists: George Stubbs, John Frederick Herring Snr. and Sir Alfred Munnings

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    fluctuated between little ones that needed be led to seasoned competitors, including past rodeo queens and bronc riders. Another unique feature of this horse show is that there is no age, race, gender or disability exclusion. One of the riders is not able to walk without the assistance of canes but there is no limitations of her ability once she is on her horse. Before the show starts they assigned different tasks to each club member and any other adult volunteers willing to help. Several people are needed

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    story “ The Rocking Horse Winner” it is about a mother who can not afford her dream lifestyle. Hester, the mother, believes that the main reason why she isn’t living her dream is because her husband is unlucky, therefore, makes her unlucky as well. Hester despises her life so much, that she burdens her children with her desire wants. Her son, Paul, is determined to show his mother that he is lucky and can bring her the happiness that she so desperately craves. “ The Rocking Horse Winner” is a story

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    talents, too? Options for the donkey’s name (still a “pretty” name but more offbeat): - Dotty - Dixie - Dolly STORY: 1. The moon was very bright on the night that three sweet babies were born on the farm. Mama Pig had a piglet she called Peggy. Mama Horse gave birth to a strong foal named Fred. And Dotty was Mama Donkey’s new baby. 2. Peggy had a curly tail on her cuddly and fat body. From the very beginning, she was already

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    I Love Rodeos I love to go to rodeos. I fell in love with rodeos at a very young age. I remember watching the horses trot around the arena. I would sit in the front row and admire the beauty of the horses. I love the atmosphere that rodeos have, it is indescribable. There is so much going on, from the sounds of all the animals, to the laughter of the crowd. As I got older the love for rodeos increased. Now, that I was older I started to pay attention to how I dressed. I loved to get dressed in

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    THOMAS HOBBES AND THE SOVEREIGN’S POWER In this essay, focusing on Thomas Hobbes’s book ‘’Leviathan’’, mainly on the chapters 13 and 14, I’m going to analyse the fact that Hobbes gives the sovereign an absolute power authorizing it to provide the society with security essential to their liberty. Thomas Hobbes is certainly one of the most controversial and frequently contested political philosophers of modern times; he left a significant mark on modern understanding of human nature, political theories

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    Is Riding Saddleseat Cruel to the Horse? Have you ever seen an elegant horse, moving so gracefully while performing? If you have, you have probably been watching a Saddleseat event. For those of you who have not heard of this event, it is an English style of horseback riding which is designed to show off certain traits of the horse such as the walk, trot, and canter. The horses in the event seem very dignified while performing, but how do these horses look so elegant while also looking in so

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    like mathletes”. Despite the opinion of people that riding is not a sport because they think that the horse does everything, horseback riding is very good. This sport gives you a lot of benefits, for example, it helps you to gain strenght, balance, and coordination.. Also, you earn flexibility and stability. In addition, it makes you think quickly because you have to be efective since the horse has a mind of it’s own. You make plenty of exercise because you have to control a powerful and large animal

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    I set up and cried for about an hour wondering why I wasn 't dead too. All that day I just walked out around the house not knowing what to do I thought about all my family and my horse Desi I just walked out around the house not knowing what to do I thought about all my family and my horse dizzy. I wondered if the disease had gotten to her. But most of all I kept wondering why I was not dead too. The next day I heard someone yelling outside “hello is anybody out there” they

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    It was a usual sunny day in the high plans. One particular Native American girl named Wildflower was riding her horse through the tall grass. This horse was a beautiful, young palomino. But on this one morning she saw something that would change her life forever. She had saw a smoke cloud hanging in the sky in the distance. She ran home and had told her mother about the smoke. “Mother I saw a smoke cloud rising from the far plains, I would like to go check it out.” Her mother had told her to never

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    Barrel Racing Career

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    barrel racing it’s so easy all you do is go out there and run around metal barrels. Being a barrel racer is more than getting on a horse and going out into the arena and running around some metal barrels. To be a barrel racer it takes guts, determination, strength, agility, trust and a lot of patience. Barrel racing is all about the bond and trust you have with your horse because without that, you will never have a successful barrel racing career and you can get hurt. For the people who don’t know what

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    even if he is in LA a lot lately for work on The Voice. Now US Magazine is reporting that someone gave Gwen the gift of a horse and of course everyone assumes it was from Blake. Gwen told her fans all about the animal by heading to her Instagram page. She said “My new bunny” and then tagged “#Bestpresentever hi Halo.” After that Gwen Stefanin shared another picture of the horse and shared the hashtag #Cantbelivemylife. It really does look like Stefani is learning to embrace the country lifestyle.

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