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post #181 of 191 Old 10-09-2012, 02:10 PM
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Don't really have many bad horse names...

but I once knew a bull named Beefcakes. And my family used to own a white bull that we called Coconuts. We have another bull now, and, you guess it... his name is One-Nut...

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post #182 of 191 Old 10-09-2012, 02:17 PM
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Hmmmm I have no clue but am dying to know
Well, as I said he was well named (Sound Track/Creepy Crawly) but nothing posted here has beaten

TAPE WORM!
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post #183 of 191 Old 10-09-2012, 02:33 PM
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Well, as I said he was well named (Sound Track/Creepy Crawly) but nothing posted here has beaten

TAPE WORM!

Awe poor horse
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post #184 of 191 Old 10-09-2012, 04:33 PM
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My BO's gelding came with the name Crow King. If you'll notice, when you say it fast, it sounds like dying. LOL. "He's Croaking". We just end up calling him Crow.

Oh, and a friend's gelding has a registered name of "Sassy Buckwheat". Very masculine. :-D

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post #185 of 191 Old 10-09-2012, 08:14 PM
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I'm a fan of unusual horse names!
My horse came with the name Whiskey- and he already knew it. When I list the names of my pets (Miata, Akasha, Bufu, Michi and ... Whiskey...) everyone knows which one I didn't name! I call him Mr. Whiskerson most of the time.

I've also known a horse named Kitty, like some one posted. Also a horse named Mr. T, like another posted!

I knew a mare named Pickle as well... that one hasn't shown up yet!

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post #186 of 191 Old 10-09-2012, 08:42 PM
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Hmm .. Pinto. Mon Gamin's barn name - its very creative!

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post #187 of 191 Old 10-09-2012, 11:54 PM
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I once rode a horse named Haybale :)
I knew a horse named Brownie. An andalusian named Flamante (fluh-mahn-tay)...
and I know a TB gelding who's registered name is Beauty's Last Dance.. His barn name is Oops and he totally lives up to that. Nobody mentions the dance name ;)
His owner's two year old daughter just got a pony and his name is Mocklate Milk (she can't say chocolate well). And her cousin named his new pony Hot Rod.
I've known TB's: Dakota Joe, Doublicious (a few other gum names from the same barn), Palm Heart, Whatasweetheart, Chicken Hawk... I'm sure there's more I can't think of now, I heard a lot of interesting ones at the track this summer "Lord of Love"...

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"Glow Ball" was a horse who had been shipped to a barn where I boarded. When he first came off of the trailer, I thought they were mispronouncing "Global" but when I called him by that, I was corrected. "It is Glow Ball". Haha my bad.

Before I bought Stormy, he was a 'problem' horse at the barn I worked for. Everyone called him "The Devil" for obvious behavioral reasons but also due to the fact that he had allergies and the whites of his eyes were always red. He really wasn't bad though.. He was just scared and had no clue what the rough handed barn owner wanted from him. I should add that after a gentle hand and years of love , he is now a very well rounded, gentle, sweet, loving, precious, (I could go on and on ) horse.

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post #189 of 191 Old 10-10-2012, 08:00 AM
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Butter my privates is the best name ever!

For the best horserace ever google the marriage race. I was going to put a link here but thought I might get in trouble
ahahaha I just watched it! that's hilarious!! I hope those are gage race accouterments lol

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post #190 of 191 Old 10-10-2012, 08:05 AM
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i know a horse named saddle pad

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