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Does my horse have a slutty name?

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  • #61
    I think its a good name. Years ago I leased and showed a horse named Private Thoughts. To this day I still think it's a weird name. LOL.


    • #62
      Cute name...I had a jumper stallion with a show name of "Chock Full of Nuts".
      "Sic Gorgiamus Allos Subjectatos Nunc"


      • #63
        Very Nice Name ````

        A VERY NICE NAME ``` no need to worry
        Zu Zu Bailey " IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE ! "


        • #64
          This is a funny thread! I think the name is fine, really.

          I grew up riding "Big Red". In high school the jokes never ended... when my horsie to be came with a barn name of Willie, it got changed before he set foot in the trailer to come home!
          Horses should be trained in such a way that they not only love their riders, but look forward to the time they are with them.
          ~ Xenophon, 350 B.C.


          • #65
            love the name!!! My girls show name is white trash party I just love the song by eminem!!! who cares what anyone thinks...its all fun!!
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            • #66
              I think it's a lovely name actually - very classy and pretty, well done coming up with it! Though I must say this is one of the greatest topic titles ever. You just HAVE to click on it


              • #67
                Two racehorses:

                Pima Pants
                Peony's Envy
                It's a uterus, not a clown car. - Sayyedati


                • #68
                  Gosh, some of you must have not seen this race call at Monmouth:


                  Absolutely hilarious. The announcer sure did have fun with it

                  And yes, both horses are owned by the same guy.

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                  • #69
                    Another race call at Saratoga. This time with a horse named "ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR". It sounds like it was edited, but there is a newcast about the race in the sidebar.


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                    • #70
                      maybe robin greenwood can help me out with this? wasn't grand central named "between the sheets" before she owned him..... or was that one of JF's horses?

                      i had "in the nude" and " c.o. jones"


                      • #71
                        Originally posted by hntrjmprpro45 View Post
                        Or "All night long"
                        Hntrjmprpro - funny that you mention that. My old mare's dam was All Night Long. She was an A circuit hunter back in probably the mid-80s. My mare was Fan Dancer. I bred her and have her baby, All About Me. The year she was born, I had to have an "A" name and thought about All Night Dancer. But, with this horse's personality, All About Me fit.


                        • #72
                          Cute thread! I HAD to look up Cunning Stunt. She was foaled in --ahem--'69. After an inglorious career, she was shipped to Ireland, and then to France in 1975. Probably not long for this world after going there. And I had to be VERY careful typing her name.

                          Peony's Envy! snort!

                          OP--that's a perfectly nice name, and I totally second Nightie as a barn name--super cute.


                          • #73
                            It's a great name! I love it!


                            • Original Poster

                              This has turned out to be rather amusing. I figured the title would either get me in trouble or get create a little humour... I'm glad it was the latter.

                              Thanks for all the support on her name. I'm so glad that our theme song won't be "Roxanne"!


                              • #75
                                OP-if you like the name, then use it! Not inappropriate at all, and not even close to some of the ones mentioned!
                                I named my first filly Working Class--needed a W name, it was suggested by someone special, and I loved it the minute I heard it as it fits us to a T! I used to worry about what folks would think, but now she has a the beginnings of a great show record so who cares!!

                                BTW, love love love "Pillow Talk"!!
                                "It is the tragedy of the world that no one knows what he doesn't know--and the less a man knows, the more sure he is that he knows everything." Joyce Cary


                                • #76
                                  I forgot the best one!

                                  Racehorse ( I think an Aussie) by Pursuit of Love out of My Discovery


                                  (wait for it)

                                  It's a uterus, not a clown car. - Sayyedati


                                  • #77
                                    Originally posted by supershorty628 View Post
                                    I feel like an idiot, but I can't think of what the other meaning is (for the first one... I can get it for the second one). Don't enlighten me, I think I like my little G-rated mind, but feel free to laugh at me!
                                    Honestly, when the lady pointed it out to me I was disgusted. I liked my G-rated mind too!

                                    Definitely not laughing at ya!
                                    "There are times when you can trust a horse, times when you can't, and times when you have to."


                                    • #78
                                      I showed a horse named Playgirl at my first barn.. I was 4. Only now do I realize the obvious reference to Playboy.
                                      A friend of mine also showed her horse as "Your Boyfriend" when she went to unrecognized events.
                                      No, I don't think the name is slutty at all, and I actually thought of the KOL album too.
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                                      • #79
                                        Originally posted by Mad Mare View Post
                                        Another race call at Saratoga. This time with a horse named "ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR". It sounds like it was edited, but there is a newcast about the race in the sidebar.



                                        This had me in tears I was laughing so hard.
                                        I love the name! Not slutty at all
                                        I think mildly... flirty? names are fun. There's a pony I see around a bit named "Fergalicious" and yes, some announcers will sing when her name is called...
                                        I like mares. They remind me of myself: stubborn know-it-alls who only acknowledge you if you have food.
                                        Titania: 50% horse, 50% hippo
                                        Unforgetable: torn between jumping and nap time, bad speller


                                        • #80
                                          I knew a horse named No potatoes

                                          If my friends mare has a filly (cross fingers she is due any day) it will be Royal Pain in the Ash
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