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post #11 of 13 Old 06-12-2013, 03:08 PM Thread Starter
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I see...well that does me no good seeing how the stallion's name is one word lol. Maybe I could use the mare's and have it be MHV. I was playing around with some fun, less exotic names today and came up with these few.

MHV Velocity or MHV Velocyty
Aaleyah "the greatest gift of god"
Adira "strong"
Fayza "successful/winner"
Zafirah "victory"

Colt or Filly
Zambia (African country), Zambya, or Zambyah

Ayaan "gift of god"
Omir "full of life and prosperity"
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I tend to use both sire and dam's names - for example I had a stallion (Khoda - Khemosabi bred) and my mare Rythm - the foal was named Dance Khode, or Khode for short.
I have no idea about anything in Africa though, expect for guns, elephants, and lions. LOL

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post #13 of 13 Old 06-12-2013, 07:12 PM Thread Starter
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I thought about using both sire & dam's name...maybe I will...allows more room for creativity

PLEASE feel free to share any names that you can think of...the more the merrier and in the end it will all come down to the individual foal anyways. Just brainstorming!
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