Friday, November 1, 2019

Pizza? Pasta? Fajita?

She's got a tail, so now she needs a name! 
Lipizzan naming conventions require a a one word name that ends with an "a." Please put your best suggestions in the comments. Thanks in advance!

16 comments:

  1. She was your ICEE horse, so...Elsa.

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  2. So far the blog suggestions are better than the Facebook suggestions! I like all three of these.

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  3. Maritza, Celina, Graciela, BABUSHKA ��, Monica, California, Dina, Diana, Elita, et cetera (quite literally, I could go on and on ��) (Also, I apologize if this shows up semi-literally twenty million times on here- I’ve been trying to publish this one comment for awhile ��‍♀️ anyone else have this trouble in iPhones?)

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  4. Adriana,Juliana,Sierra,Mariana,Alondra,
    Esmeralda,Alejandra.

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  5. Melanzana, Carbonara, Zucca, Gorgonzola, Mozzarella, Flavia, Noblessa

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  6. Question: For lipizzaners, isn't the rule that you give the horse the name of BOTH the sire and the dam (ie: Maestro Alba)--or is that just for the stallions??
    (Sorry if this has been brought up--I don't follow Facebook)

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    1. My research indicates that it's only the stallion who gets the two word name. Mares typically get a one word name that ends with A. Stallions get the family name (Pluto, Siglavy, etc) plus the mare's name.

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  7. Favourista or Favorista, Aurora, Harmonia or Harmonica, Favorita, Fantasia, Allegra.

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  8. I pride myself on naming horses, but these comments put me to shame! So here's my votes: Graciela, Marinara, Aurora, Flavia, and my absolute favorite, Carbonara.

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  9. Marietta -- from the operetta "Naughty Marietta," -- although, come to think of it, "Operetta" would work too.

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  10. Pandora, Athena, Augusta, Melba

    LM

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