I have a 12 year old chestnut reg. paint gelding that has 1-2 small spots with a little white frosting on his shoulder. He has 4 white socks. His name is Sox. His registered name is skip o hank jr. Though im trying to find a nice show for him. Im thinking of some unique, mystical or fancy. Like with something with secret, mystic, or dream, or whisper idk! Can you help me with some name!! :)
I hate answering naming threads, because this is such a personal thing, but:
Why not just name him “Mystical”? or Mystique (the French twist) or Mistico (Spanish twist)? I’m a fan of 1 word names.
Then there’s the old Beatles “Magical Mystery Tour”…
Edited to add: Nostradamus is a good one! (apparently posted while I was typing this)
I like Nostradmus. I really like Mystique though. like Mystique Thought, Mystique Dream!
Nostradamus is very regal-sounding to me & not likely to be mispronounced by show announcers.
I like clever play-on-words show names.
How about Nothing Up My Sleeve?
Hmmm, I am not sure any of these names are mystical, but I like them
Singita (its an African word meaning place of miracles)
Enchantment (or Enchanted)
Kirin (a legendary creature, part horse, part dragon)
I’ve always loved the sound of Cellardoor, it just rolls off the tongue with like a song - so Cellardoor Secret.
Under A/My Spell
Magician (I also like Sorcerer)
Believe in Magic
Mystique (mis-TEEK) is not an adjective though.
The adjective is “mystic” (MISS-tick).
I like Incantation
Lyonesse (A country in Arthurian legend, which is said to border Cornwall in England)
Nysa (A beautiful valley full of nymphs in Greek mythology)
Mystic Mark (unusual markings)
No Whispering (lots of white markings)
Ron Weasley. You might have to get permission, though.
Encantado (enchanted in Spanish)
Bell, Book, and Candle
Chamber of Secrets
Dumbledore (if he is very wise)
Sleight of Hand
Fan of Donnie Darko?
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In the Bible’s Old Testament, a juniper with an angelic presence sheltered the prophet Elijah from Queen Jezebel’s pursuit. Similarly a later apocryphal biblical tale tells of how the infant Jesus and his parents were hidden from King Herod’s soldiers by a juniper during their flight into Egypt.
Orion (Greek, son of fire, the hunter)
Cheyenne - name given to the Cheyenne by the Lakota meaning “red talkers” because their language was/is different than the Lakota language
Niflheim is a mystical place in Norse Mythology, but then again I like unusual names.
Miramis is also a beautiful name imho.
Just going with your description of the white frosting on his shoulder…
Just don’t go so exotic with the name that the announcer botches it whenever he’s in the ring.