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xilikeggs0 06-01-2009 04:28 PM

Name my filly!
 
She's a 2 year old blue roan quarter horse filly. She hasn't been handled much, but she's really gentle. She's 14.2 right now, her birthday is in April, and as you can tell, she's gorgeous! Those 2 lines on her face are from a few days ago when she rode in the trailer for the first time, but they should go away. Her registered name is something along the lines of Analina's Peptoboonsmol. She needs a barn name too, though. I was going to call her Blue, but it doesn't fit her. I was thinking about Annie, which is better, but still isn't completely her. Ideas?

http://i202.photobucket.com/albums/a...tachment-1.jpg
I'll try to get some better pictures of her on Wednesday, when I go see her again.

Also, can anyone tell me about her bloodlines based on her name? Her dad has Badger in his name as well, if that helps.

jadeewood 06-01-2009 05:35 PM

Bluey ?

Trinity 06-01-2009 05:59 PM

Anna-Maria?

SpiritJordanRivers 06-03-2009 09:49 AM

Delilah? idk, she's really pretty though :)

welshpony15 06-03-2009 06:59 PM

Molly? (using the last part of her name)

twogeldings 06-04-2009 12:07 AM

Sally
Blue Cheese
Isabella

I knew an utterly adorable Arab gelding once named Blue Cheese. He was a real pocket pony xD

smrobs 06-04-2009 01:26 AM

She is adorable. I can't wait for some better pictures. I think Ali (like the boxer) or Badger would suit her. If you could get her full registered name and that of both her parents, it would be much easier to tell exactly about the bloodlines. BUT, just judging from what you said in your post, she is cutting horse bred through and through. Peptoboonsmal is one of the leading cutting sires right now and if her daddy's name has badger in it, I will nearly bet he is Peppy San Badger bred. If these names are on opposite sides of her papers (one name on the dam's side and the other on the sire's) then she is double bred Mr. San Peppy. Those are some VERY good lines. Although be forewarned, I have heard that a lot of those old Boon Bar horses are really hard to train initially and tend to buck.

Here is a good site about Pepto
: : : Peptoboonsmal : : :

xilikeggs0 06-04-2009 07:44 PM

I was really wrong about her registered name. :shock: It's actually Bo**** Pepto***. Her great-grandfather on her dad's side is Peppy Sand Badger. Her dad's name is Docsalena Badger, and her mom's name is Boons Jan. Her dad's parents are Star Chex Badger and Foxy Bueno Lena, and her mom's parents are Utopia Law Man and Boons Eagle.

Here's another picture of her:
http://i202.photobucket.com/albums/a.../bluefilly.jpg

I took some more with my phone, but they're too big to email, so now they're stuck on my phone. :evil:

xilikeggs0 06-04-2009 07:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by smrobs (Post 320678)
She is adorable. I can't wait for some better pictures. I think Ali (like the boxer) or Badger would suit her. If you could get her full registered name and that of both her parents, it would be much easier to tell exactly about the bloodlines. BUT, just judging from what you said in your post, she is cutting horse bred through and through. Peptoboonsmal is one of the leading cutting sires right now and if her daddy's name has badger in it, I will nearly bet he is Peppy San Badger bred. If these names are on opposite sides of her papers (one name on the dam's side and the other on the sire's) then she is double bred Mr. San Peppy. Those are some VERY good lines. Although be forewarned, I have heard that a lot of those old Boon Bar horses are really hard to train initially and tend to buck.

Here is a good site about Pepto
: : : Peptoboonsmal : : :

I like Ali. I just found out that it's persian for blue, so it's really fitting for her. I'll try it out on her tomorrow. The guy I got her from said he thinks she'll be a really good reining horse. I don't ride western, but I guess I better start learning!

smrobs 06-04-2009 09:05 PM

Boy, she is still covered up with cowhorse. Doc O'Lena was also a champion cutting stud and has produced many money earners. You have an extremely well bred horse right there. Judging from what of her confo I can see in that last pic, she is well built too. If the horse market takes a turn for the better, she would make one hell of a colt with the right stud.

However, just because she is bred for cutting and western work, there is nothing that says that is the job she needs. :)


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