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What funny show names and/or barn names have you heard over the years?

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  • What funny show names and/or barn names have you heard over the years?

    We had a pony at my barn named "Porkchop" whose show name was "Well Done"

    *Believe In Me*
    *Look No Further*
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    We had a pony at my barn named "Porkchop" whose show name was "Well Done"

    *Believe In Me*
    *Look No Further*


    • #3
      At a show in mid-August, there was a horse named "Pot Roast".
      Won practically every class he was in too.


      • #4
        saw a horse called Mr. Bear Squash You All Flat up @ HITS Catskills..won lots!!

        'Saanb ke rakh ni ey jovan butri
        Hun mur ke na aauni bahaar' -punjabi mc


        • #5
          A funny racename - Waikikamiukau. Why-kick-a-moo-cow! Maybe I changed the sp a bit, but I love this name!

          "No philosophers so thoroughly comprehend us as dogs and horses." - Herman Melville


          • #6
            <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Mr. Bear Squash You All Flat up <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

            HAHAHAH that is the funniest name I have ever heard! isn't there some limit to how long they can be?


            • #7
              Ok, this one is funny because of the rider.. Peter Pletcher had a horse for a while that had a heart brand, and they called it Heart On (think PP), and he had another one called Lickalottapuss.


              • #8
                Oh ya, another one of Peter Pletcher's horses names was Boys on the Side.

                [This message was edited by eqnjumperrider on Sep. 02, 2003 at 08:25 PM.]


                • #9
                  I had a registered TB whose name was Chubby Cheerleader... LOL


                  • #10
                    John Anderson's farm in Alberta(?) is called Tyrell.

                    I get an ironic snicker everytime I see that because it is close to the name of a low cost dog food that use to be produced here ( tyrells).

                    bad association.

                    -- * &gt; hoopoe
                    The ancient Greeks did not write obituaries. They only wanted to know if you had a passion.
                    -- * > hoopoe
                    Procrastinate NOW
                    Introverted Since 1957


                    • #11
                      I showed an arab/appy mare with the show name Itchy. She loved to be scratched so it was decided to call her Itchy (her real name was Duchess). My thoroughbred's show name is Farscape. It is from the scifi show called Farscape. His stable name is Talyn which comes from a character on the show.


                      • #12


                        • #13
                          One of the kids at my barn owns a great quarter horse hunter with the registered name....

                          Ima Meter Man...HAH! Horrible!
                          Theres also a pony that shows on our circuits who was bred to be a horse named...

                          Special Ed! HAHA! Hes like out of proportion its hilarious!

                          "Hows My Equitation? Call 1-800 Who Cares!?


                          • #14
                            There used to be a big heavy hanovarian showing in CA named Winnebago - he was adorable.


                            • #15
                              My horse's name is "Squigett". We made it up and thought it very cute.


                              • #16
                                My jumper/eventers show name is All Riled Up and his barn name is riley because he is irish his show name was going to be riley o'riley then it it was o riley and then he is a speed demon and someone said that he was all riled up soo thats how i got the name all riled up

                                ~*~When they pased out brains...I WAS AT A HORSE SHOW!!!~*~
                                ~*~When they pased out brains...I WAS AT A HORSE SHOW!!!~*~


                                • #17

                                  I am guilty of a dreadful selfish crime
                                  I have robbed myself of all my precious time


                                  • #18
                                    so a few years back a horse named Hight Tech Red Neck was res-champion in i think the first year greens at Washington.
                                    Another was my first jr horse came with the name Little Big Shot he was an event horse before i had him and his barn name isTwit.


                                    • #19
                                      Pork Chop!!

                                      I rode a Pork Chop when I took riding lessons in college. I think he was shown under that name too.
                                      Snap Dragon's mom.


                                      • #20
                                        I used to show a pony named "Buck Naked". I didn't know that was his name and I went into the ring and the announcer said, "This is #121, Devin E. riding Buck Naked." There went that course!

                                        R.S. Quincy Two (sounds like a tug boat, but the horse was so cute)
                                        Parshicaro Jack


                                        **Forever South**
                                        **Bama's Blues** not mine but he's my babyboy!
                                        **Brinkum's Cross**

                                        **Forever South**
                                        **Bama\'s Blues** not mine but he\'s my babyboy!
                                        **Brinkum\'s Cross**