lol I love the suggestions, put personally, I think the horse names themselves, to case in point, I purchased a colt years ago, was going to name him Knight, as he was a tbred,draft cross, with the huge neck and muscles even as a weanling, looked like a knights horse. So we get him home and within 24 hours everyone was calling him Radar (much to my objections) and that's the name that stuck. My Mare now was Jackie when I bought her and the first night at home I was grooming her in the stall trying to make her feel at home and talking to her the whole time, and I called her Gypsyrose without thinking about it. And again that name stuck. I have learned never get your heart set on a name till the horse is home and tells you what their name is.