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Warmblood Society and American Warmblood

Registry don’t have strict requirements for naming offspring, though they are encouraged to do as the Hanoverians do for male offspring. Full male siblings may use duplicate names with the appropriate ordinal number (Sammy I, Sammy II). The registry requests that a name contain no more than 18 digits and promotes the use of an American name.

The Cleveland Bay Horse

Society of North America limits

a name to a maximum of 25 characters. Unique prefixes are welcomed and may be, for example, a breeder’s farm placed before all his horses’ names, such as Bytown Ottawa and Bytown Kanata. The prefix must be registered with the Society. Every year the Belgian

Warmblood Breeding

Association assigns a letter for all colts or fillies to be named with. For example, 2009 is the letter “J” while for 2010 the letter is “K.” While

the Friesian Sporthorse Association has

no naming rules and will accept duplicate

names, the Friesian Horse Association of North America

requires that foals each year are named with the same letter of the alphabet and once that horse is registered with its name, he or she lives with it forever. The 2010 letters are G, H or I.

Top: “Legate” a two year old Trakehner stallion, by Martini out of Lucona. His name must start with “L” to follow his

dam. Photo courtesy of Shannon Brinkman and Valhalla Farm.

Owners are encouraged to use a “Friesian name” such as Douke, or Elska or Femke. Duplications of filly names aren’t allowed. Colts can be copycats; any number of colts can have the same name. When a Friesian stallion is approved, he is renamed from a list of Friesian names never used before by an approved stallion and the next consecutive studbook number becomes part of his name, as for example Hearke 254.

Hungarian horse names

vary according to which

studbook of Hungarian Horse Association of America they

enter. The Hungarian Felver Book preserves bloodlines from pre- World War II Kisber State Stud in

Hungary and shows a five-generation pedigree entirely of Felver, Thoroughbred, Arabian and /or Shagya blood. The names are

preceded by “Hungarian” or “H.” The Hungarian Sportlo Book registers Felver horses

outcrossed with European Warmbloods approved for breeding by their registries. The foal must have at least 25% Felver blood. The names are preceded by “Hungarian Sportlo” or HS”. Hungarian Fajta (Part- bred) Book records offspring of a Felver or Sportlo registered horse to any other horse that is not eligible for the other books. Names are

preceded by “Hungarian Part-

Bred” or “HPB.” Hungarian Riding

Ponies Book registers approved Felver breeding horses

crossed with approved pony breeds. They carry before their names “Hungarian Riding Pony” or “HP”.

Bottom: “Brisa” is an American Warmblood Registry

(AWR) filly, and is by Blue Eyed Dream out of Nanett.

Photo courtesy of Jean Thornton and palominowarmbloods.com.

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