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post #1 of 8 Old 03-08-2016, 10:40 PM Thread Starter
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Horse needs a registered name!

I'm looking to name my AQHA horse that I bought recently... I call her 'Paris' as a barn name. She has Poco Bueno bloodlines, and was born in April. I need a cool/attention-grabbing name for her (I will be showing her this year). Paris is a Grulla Filly, if her color will help strike up a name! She's 15 hands.
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Here is a picture of her. She's thickly built. She's very gentle and loving, but also has a heck of a personality.
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I'm looking to name my AQHA horse that I bought recently... I call her 'Paris' as a barn name. She has Poco Bueno bloodlines, and was born in April. I need a cool/attention-grabbing name for her (I will be showing her this year). Paris is a Grulla Filly, if her color will help strike up a name! She's 15 hands.
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Can you post her pedigree?
I always liked using something out of both the dam;s and sire's side, when possible, although I do admit to naming a few after songs that played on their predigree.
Thus, one colt, whose sire ws our stallion, Crimson Eloquence, got called 'crimson and Clover' (if you are not familiar with old rock, that will pass over your head, just like the name Doc's Heart of Stone, (my mare San Stone Image ,was the dam , and sire was Ima Docs high Sign)

So, lets see top and bottom,and maybe I can help you find something catchy!
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Can you post her pedigree?
I always liked using something out of both the dam;s and sire's side, when possible, although I do admit to naming a few after songs that played on their predigree.
Thus, one colt, whose sire ws our stallion, Crimson Eloquence, got called 'crimson and Clover' (if you are not familiar with old rock, that will pass over your head, just like the name Doc's Heart of Stone, (my mare San Stone Image ,was the dam , and sire was Ima Docs high Sign)

So, lets see top and bottom,and maybe I can help you find something catchy!
I'm registering her with DNA testing through hair follicles. Her Dam was a foundation brood mare and was sent to slaughter when Paris was 9 days old, so we don't know her Dam or Sire's names until we get the results back. I only know that she has Poco Bueno and is out of Foundation Quarter Horses, I have to wait for the results before I know anything more.
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Have you already been in contact with AQHA? If they will register a horse strictly from DNA without you already knowing the parents and having the necessary paperwork then they've changed a lot since the last time I registered a horse.
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I LOVE the song Crimson & Clover!!! Especially the remake of it by a duo called Spanish Fly

Name help? Since she is grulla....popular in spanish speaking countries. Primavera is the spanish word for spring, what about the name Primavera Loca? idk, just sayin'

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Have you already been in contact with AQHA? If they will register a horse strictly from DNA without you already knowing the parents and having the necessary paperwork then they've changed a lot since the last time I registered a horse.
^^^This. I have registered Tennessee Walkers that could not have been registered without the papers of both sire and dam.

The only reason they have DNA cards is to prove they really are who their papers say they are.
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My brother registered his dog through AKC with hair samples. It was so that he could show her in agility. Her papers are different then "normal" AKC registration papers. Not sure if AQHA does something like that or not but maybe FQHA or even NFQHA? I'm curious to hear.

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