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Old 09-17-2010, 09:12 AM
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My wife loves horses and has owned/trained/shown horses for the past 25+ years, so while we were throwing around names for the boat (and keeping in mind she loves to go out and fish too) I came up with this below:



Be honest guys, is this okay? Cheesy? On the right track? Forget it ? WTF?
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Old 09-17-2010, 09:23 AM
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I wouldn't name my boat it... but it's KINDA cool I guess.
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Old 09-17-2010, 10:01 AM
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Old 09-17-2010, 10:09 AM
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I like just "Seahorsin'"
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Old 09-17-2010, 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by #1Stunna View Post
I like just "Seahorsin'"
You know, I thought of that too, but kept thinking there was a boat model out there called a Seahorse? Stacer Seahorse?


I just did some Google searches and even found this: DOH !



And here I thought I was being original. LOL
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Old 09-17-2010, 10:38 PM
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How about Mane Line....or Sea Gallop...or Wave Riders or Horsin Around...or do what I did name it after your granddaughter or even better your wife!
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Old 09-17-2010, 11:20 PM
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Horse Play
Stable Mate
Equine Express
Pond Stud
Done Brokus
Not-A-vet bill
Haul N oats
Mane Ship
Wither Away
Runnin Amuck
Water Trotter
Studly
Hay Burner
Stud Barn
Crazy Horse
Hidalgo
Jumper
Quarter Horse
Hay is Cheaper
Horse-N-Around
Break-N-Away
Sea Stallion
C Horse
Round up
Saddle Sore
OK Coral
Cow Boy
Cow Girl
Lariat
Rode Hard
Cinched Up
Saddle Bags
Barrel Babe
Ride This
Green Broke

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Old 09-18-2010, 10:05 AM
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Aquastrian
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Originally Posted by welder View Post
Horse Play
Stable Mate
Equine Express
Pond Stud
Done Brokus
Not-A-vet bill
Haul N oats
Mane Ship
Wither Away
Runnin Amuck
Water Trotter
Studly
Hay Burner
Stud Barn
Crazy Horse
Hidalgo
Jumper
Quarter Horse
Hay is Cheaper
Horse-N-Around
Break-N-Away
Sea Stallion
C Horse
Round up
Saddle Sore
OK Coral
Cow Boy
Cow Girl
Lariat
Rode Hard
Cinched Up
Saddle Bags
Barrel Babe
Ride This
Green Broke

Do ya need more?

Jeez...Lester, got some time on yer hands??...
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Old 09-18-2010, 11:13 AM
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Originally Posted by SouthernBoy View Post
On the right track?
Yeah, but the name's too long and complicated as shown. "Seahorse" or "Sea Horse" has been and still is a popular boat name and a good one. Wanna go for a ride? Let's take the Sea Horse.
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Old 09-18-2010, 11:29 AM
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What body of water are you in?
I have seen a couple of "Seahorse" around already.
(In the Chessie)
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Wow thanks you guys for the input, some great suggestions there.

We are in south central Texas and around go to the Gulf coast and a few lakes near us.

'Aquastrian' is kinda cool.

'Not a vet bill' and 'Hay is Cheaper' definately ring a bell here. LOL Trust me, our hay burners cost money. At least when you turn the boat off, it quits eating right then. haha
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Think you could even get any women to ride on it if you named it SeaHorse ??

Or 'Saddle Bags' for that matter?

"Hippopotomus" is Greek for water horse, BTW
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Originally Posted by Halfscoop View Post
Think you could even get any women to ride on it if you named it SeaHorse ?? Or 'Saddle Bags' for that matter?
Not worried about any other women on my boat, Ive already got the best one out there and she loves being on ours.
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Rick , we have a BUNCH of horses over here in Whitesboro Tx. and some BIG horse ranches.
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OK, here's a few more...

Pony Express
Giddy up
Head & Heel
Western Rider
Ghost Rider
Out to Pasture
Trail Rider
Trail Boss
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Originally Posted by Pez Vela View Post
Yeah, but the name's too long and complicated as shown. "Seahorse" or "Sea Horse" has been and still is a popular boat name and a good one. Wanna go for a ride? Let's take the Sea Horse.
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Originally Posted by SouthernBoy View Post
My wife loves horses and has owned/trained/shown horses for the past 25+ years, so while we were throwing around names for the boat (and keeping in mind she loves to go out and fish too) I came up with this below:



Be honest guys, is this okay? Cheesy? On the right track? Forget it ? WTF?
who cares what everybody thinks-if you and your wife like it go with it
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Old 09-19-2010, 09:15 AM
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Get it...Seahorsin 'around'?
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