Now I wish I remembered all the fox hunters names I worked with.
I remember ones name was Firewood. There was um... ShakeRag (great horse though!). I knew a polo ponie named Last. There was one named LuLu. They tried to change it to FiFi but I refused to. Posted via Mobile Device
My first horse's name was Stuffy, but I've also known a Booger, and even worse my sister use to call my nephew that, she has since stopped thank goodness (before he's old enough to know what she's calling him).
There's a male Gypsy Vanner at my barn and I guess the previous owner was trying to balance out his girly appearance in the show ring. It's Brendan of Erin...?? His barn name was Moffat or something just as bad.
I've known an ex-racehorse Nancy's Slave. And a lesson/little kid's horse whose show name was Sox Appeal...luckily none of them have questioned the meaning yet.
And of course, the usual pony/mini names: Cupcake, Cutie Pie, Sprinkles, Mr. Fluffy, Candy, Sugar, the usual.
None of these are horrible, but still...why name your horse something like that?