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  • Horse names that start with E
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    07-01-2010, 12:41 AM
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Name Ideas

I'm looking for some ideas on names for our newest member of the family.

He's a 2 month old cremello American Saddlebred colt (he's remaining with his mom until weaned... then coming home to us ). Sired by Vanilla Hot Shot and out of Ivory Lace (aka Elfin)

He should mature to 16hh or thereabouts, and should be a nice blend of athletism and grace.

I would like a barn name for him... preferably a celtic or Gaelic name, and starting with an "E". The breeder has been calling him "Echo", as he is so similar to both his parents, but I'd really like to find him a name that's "him" (not sure if that makes sense).

I also would like to come up with some options for a registered name, names which start with "E" are preferred.
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    07-01-2010, 05:38 PM
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Eli, Eirwen, Eira, Eavan, Earl, Erie, Evan, Elvin

Hope these are helpful!
     

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