American Indian Horse Names
by Sydney from HorseCrazyGirls.com
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Many American Indians have a beautiful history with horses. Names that honor that iconic bond are often very popular, especially with appaloosa, mustang, paint, or pinto horses.
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It's my first horse's name. He is a beautiful leopard appaloosa. This name fits him so well and it means "spirit warrior."
Lakota (by Sam)
It's the name of a horse I ride in real life. He's an Appaloosa horse and I just love to jump him!! It's just a different name and I like it.
I like this name for a horse. It sounds very American Indian like. :)
That's my paint Tennessee walker's name. Love him!
I chose this name because I just got a new Indian blue roan mare and I think it fits perfectly since she has a feather in her mane!
I just love it because it's off of twilight and is an Indian Quiluete tribe name ;D That's my tribe! I have a gelding named Quil and a mare named Quinsy!
I love the way it sounds, and it suits a brown or chocolate-colored horse. The name is from an Indian tribe.
Western... Old Fashioned... Has Flair... Just a cute name for a horse.
It's because I know a horse named Camanchi. It's pronounced (Ca-Man-Chee). He is the horse I ride in riding lessons.
Great name for any stallion but I think it goes better with a paint horse because Osceola was the Seminole Indian chief. I call my horse Ozzy for short!
I think it's a really cute name for a male horse!!
It is an Indian woman that sings and it's my mom's favorite band, well kinda like a band. I think it's a great name for a filly or mare that is an Indian.