Damn you, Alagirl, for getting that song stuck in my head.
Personally I love Snickers. But given the "good ol' boy" sound of his registered name, maybe "Redneck" fits?
Also the top of his blaze looks like a wrench, so perhaps something with a Mechanic theme. Mr. Goodwrench? (this used to be a brand name of an auto repair shop). The Handyman?
Try to break down crushing defeats into smaller, more manageable failures. It’s also helpful every now and then to stop, take stock of your situation, and really beat yourself up about it.The Onion
I detest my geldings registered name, Sir Quincey's Iceman, so honestly, I do not think Cutter's Rebel Pride is so bad. Just don't deck yourself out with Confederate flag gear and most people won't read too much into it or give it a second thought. The majority of us don't give our horses their registered names so most people understand.
I bought a sorrel QH with registered name CUTTERS REBEL PRIDE
QH names are meant to indicate heritage. The instant I read that name, I thought of Cutter Bill, who is in the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame. I looked him up on allbreedpedigree, and sure enough, your horse traces to Cutter Bill.
Your horse looks a little bit like a Bill. If you wanted to call him that, I'm sure the great Cutter Bill wouldn't mind sharing his name.