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Horses (album)

Horses is the debut studio album by American musician Patti Smith, released on December 13, 1975 on Arista Records. Smith, a fixture of the then-burgeoning New York punk rock music scene, began recording Horses with her band in 1975 after being signed to Arista Records, with John Cale being enlisted to produce the album. With its fusion of simplistic rock and roll structures and Smith's freeform, Beat poetry-infused lyrics, Horses was met with widespread critical acclaim upon its initial release. Despite a lack of airplay or a popular single to support the album, it nonetheless experienced modest commercial success, managing a top 50 placing on the US Billboard 200.

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American Quarter Horse

The American Quarter Horse also know as the Quarter Mile horse know for it's power to excel at sprints in short distances. The Quarter Mile horse was bread in the United States and is also very popular. The American Quarter Horse is well known for performance horse for rodeos, horse shows and ranch houses. Most people prefer to have a Quarter horse for barrel racing, reining, cutting calf roping and western riding events.

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