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Favorite pony names that you cant forget!

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  • Tag A Long.
    We called him "Drag A Long" because he was bad to turn out and lunge.

    Casey Jones
    Bon Soir
    Strike It Rich
    Private Eye
    Lucky Me
    Captain Courageous
    Sweet As Candy
    Short Story
    Short Stop
    Chardonnay
    Bugle Boy
    Yes I Can
    The Executive
    Snow Wonder

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    • Someone at the barn reminded me the other day of my favorite pony name I had forgotten. I did not know the pony personally, but he was at a lot of the shows we were doing. His name was - "My Dad's Harley"
      Life is hard. Buy a freaking helmet.
      Originally posted by meupatdoes
      Whatever, go gallop.

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      • Scooby Doo (bay)
        Merrylegs (grey, of course)
        Count My Chips (bay leopard App/POA)
        Buttercup (palomino Haflinger)
        Buttons
        Daisy
        Red Ryder
        Sweet Pea
        Mama's Money
        Trust Fund
        Money Pit
        Money Penny
        Betty Boop
        The Outlaw Josey Wales
        Bullwinkle
        Mickey Mouse
        Cody The Wonder Pony
        Mr. Incredible
        Theodore
        Twinkle Twinkle
        Baby Cakes
        Cupcake
        Calliope
        Last edited by FatCatFarm; Oct. 24, 2012, 10:09 PM.
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        • My all time favorite was "The Chicks Dig Me".

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          • Batteries not included
            Horses aren't our whole life, but makes our life whole

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            • Holy undead thread! Sorry, major thread resurrection, but I adore clever pony names. In fact, there's another good name: Clever Girl or Boy!
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              • Originally posted by rabicon View Post
                Batteries not included
                Love this! We've been trying to come up with a good name for my daughter's new medium pony. He is an adorable, 12.3 hd bay, Welsh-type, with four white socks and a star, stripe and snip. He's very sweet and quite snazzy. We almost settled on Scooby Doo and I did like Socks Appeal, but Batteries Not Included is awfully cute.
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                • Loved the name Martini Mouse, a great pony.

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                  • Super fancy pony at the barn I rode at was Little Prince. I absolutely loved it, and him. he was so elegant, it fit him perfect

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                    • There is a horse who competes in Australia called The Dark Horse. It's great to hear the announcers have to then try explain that it is the horses name and they haven't just forgotten it.
                      "next in the ring is blah de blah riding The Dark Horse."
                      It also reminds me of batman which is cool.

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                      • Wow, a six year bump! Is that a record?

                        Originally posted by Kahuna View Post
                        Snow Wonder
                        Snow Wonder is still around. A friend of mine has him as a leadline pony for her kid.

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                        • Daddy's Last Dollar and my all time favorite, In the Nude (imagine the announcer: So and so riding In the Nude)
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                          dream it. achieve it. eff the odds.


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                          • Snow Wonder, that's a cute one!
                            ~Veronica
                            "The Son Dee Times" "Sustained" "Somerset" "Franklin Square"
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                            • Two from my distant past

                              Bonne Fille (which they pronounced Bun-fee). She was related to Good Twist.

                              Op Art - a boldly colored pinto.
                              Janet

                              chief feeder and mucker for Music, Spy, Belle and Tiara. Someone else is now feeding and mucking for Chief and Brain (both foxhunting now).

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                              • Chatterbox is my favorite!

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                                • I always wanted to call a horse Under the Influence. Cool nam on its own but also…
                                  "Anna out next riding Under the Influence"

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                                  • Buttons n' Bows
                                    Private Eye
                                    Kiss me Not
                                    Hillcrest Better Then Blue
                                    Too Cool

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                                    • Super versatile Quarter Pony whose owner showed her in EVERYTHING and cleaned up --- Junior Miss.

                                      Firecracker --- red roan, 4 high whites and a blaze, flaxen mane and tail

                                      Somewhere I have a list of unusual horse names. Well, ok, they are mostly AWFUL names. It includes Legendary Chicken Fairy, Famous Frosted Flakes, Chicken Dinner --- I mean, really, why would you name your horse Chicken Dinner????

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                                      • Wow what a thread bump!

                                        I've heard of a pony called Don't Tell Daddy...that was has always stuck with me as so incredibly cute...and probably so incredibly true haha.
                                        Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine - Class of 2014

                                        Chance Encounter
                                        RIP Tall Tales

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                                        • PonyDotCom

                                          Roany Pony

                                          argh there are others that have slipped my mind!
                                          "Choose to chance the rapids, and dare to dance the tides" - Garth Brooks
                                          "With your permission, dear, I'll take my fences one at a time" - Maggie Smith, Downton Abbey

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