Massive 17.2 Chestnut imported Irish OTTB longing to commit murder on Man, Woman, Child Or Beast...."Rainbow Aille" The Sire was PUT DOWN for Dangerous (read...Killed someone or two) Personality genetically passed on and all owners of get encouraged to do same!!!
Not so unusual, but fitting. My 3yo APHA gelding's registered name is Bumps and Bruises. I've had him since he was a yearling and he's lived up to his breeder's namesake... very accident prone, but nothing ever serious. We call him Bumper or Bump... or the long version my son gave him... Rubber Baby Buggy Bumper. He's a very sweet guy.
i once knew a horse whose reg. name was tool shed, then some ive heard are
ima skippy moon man, lefty leo, kathy's reject, chip a rue beau, i cant think of any more...
\"In what other sport do you put on leather boots, stretch-fabric breeches, a shirt and tie, a wool jacket, a velvet-covered cap and gloves, and then go out and exercise?\" -A. London Wolf
*Worth The Wait*
A liver chestnut that used to board with us named "Grenn Pickles" it was transformed from "green Prickles" and somehow lost the "r" between owners... but I don't know that green prickles is any better lol.
Had a OTTB named "Thats Berger" who I've mentioned on some of the name boards aplenty. Ironically we bought him at bunchees and outbid the meat guy.
My mare was "Betcha Sweet Blues" (out of Sweet Aspiratons by Blues Parade)
We also named a mare OTT "Sonata" as an extension of her barn namre "Snot" because she WAS one.
There goes that one name only rule right out the window!
We named one of our babies Pickles for a barn name.
PaulaM, I used to teach riding lessons to the new owners of "Bimbo". He died a few years back at the age of 38. I ran into your friend at a show and somehow got on the subject of him and she didn't even know he was still hanging around. She ended up coming out to a small horse show in our neighbourhood to see him go!