Horses are deep, majestic, and extremely intelligent animals so, giving them a humorous name might be a fun and cute idea. A funny horse name reveals a lot about his personality. Although a silly name will not appeal to everyone, it will undoubtedly attract publicity.

Horses can be humorous creatures; they will make a face that appears to be smiling while they are simply sniffing the air. Also, it might seem that a horse is sniggering, while they are just breathing air through their nose. We usually get ideas from our surroundings or try to decide somehow. If you cannot think of anything, we’ve compiled some lists of funny horse names for you to choose from.

Funny Barn Names For Horses

  • Boots
  • Buddy
  • Bunny
  • Barbosa
  • Biscuit
  • Bucktooth
  • Dot Com
  • Diddly
  • Dumbo
  • Eggshell
  • Knead the Dough
  • Filly
  • Guess
  • Goofy
  • Gengi
  • Hemi
  • Kong
  • Muffin
  • Nipper
  • Pasta
  • Pastel
  • Potato
  • Puff
  • Robbo
  • Sonny
  • Snoopy
  • Slippy
  • Scoby
  • Spiderman
  • Tater Trot
  • Trifle
  • VIP

Funny Racehorse Names

  • Blame the Rider
  • Blow Me
  • Broom Stick
  • BonBon
  • Sofa Can Fast
  • Clear So Far
  • Caesar
  • Covfefe
  • Chips
  • Disco
  • Dobby
  • Elmo
  • Foalin Around
  • Flying Boat
  • Flat Feet
  • Gloning
  • Go Man Go
  • Gonzales
  • Gates of Hell
  • Geespot
  • Horsen Around
  • Hot to Trot
  • Hobbie
  • Jelly
  • Lava Man
  • Luv Gov
  • Long Face
  • Mane Attraction
  • Magic Carpet Burns
  • Macaroni
  • Panty Raid
  • Photo
  • Phar Lap
  • Rocket
  • Snoreen
  • Sugar
  • Smarty Jones
  • Tricky Dicky
  • What the Buck
  • Winkle
  • Zicco
  • Zippy Chippy

Funny Show Names

  • All or Nothing
  • Aladdin
  • Boobie Sox
  • Billy Boy
  • Beach Boy
  • BeSpoke Boy
  • Betty Boop
  • Coranto
  • Can’t Stop James
  • Cool Rain
  • Custom Made
  • Daddy’s Last Dollar
  • Dance Forever
  • Dancing Coffee
  • Daddy`s Money
  • Dancing Key
  • Days of Hope
  • Dubai fall
  • Duster
  • Fine Gift
  • In Labor
  • Like a Clown
  • Loadsa Money
  • Like Crazy
  • Little Enough
  • Mozart
  • Promise of Happiness
  • Sheila Jipping
  • Sandy
  • Suicide Mission
  • Splash of Taste
  • Spoiled Milk
  • Sunday Mint
  • Swanky
  • Teddy
  • Well Fancy
  • Without a Clue
  • Whatsit Called

Funny Female Horse Names

  • Ant
  • Bubble Bath
  • Ceeky Dorito
  • Cheeky Chester
  • Chatters
  • Gumby
  • Haddish
  • Hay Girl
  • Hooty
  • Lady She
  • Lucy Fur
  • Little Lenny
  • Miss Daisy
  • Nitro
  • Pixer
  • Popcorn
  • Pik Tik
  • Ponkey
  • Shoe crew
  • Solo Girl
  • Reya Sunshine
  • Surfer Girl
  • WotZit

Famous Funny Named Horses with description

Ghostzapper: This name is both weird and endearing. You may not be able to claim it with a straight face, but that’s Mister Ghostzapper to you, with over $3 million in career earnings.

Seldom Seen: Seldom Seen was a popular dressage horse in the 1970s and 1980s. What makes this name so funny is that Seldom Seen was a huge hit, and as a result, it wasn’t seldom seen at all, but rather a lot.

Lava Man: James T. Hines owns a renowned racehorse. In dirt races, he was unbeatable, and on turf, he was average.

Barnaby:  This name is fit for the big friendly horse.

Blushing Groom: HH Agha khan raced him, and he won the French championship. Throughout his career, the blushing groom has won five races in a row.

Aarrrrrr: Perfect for commentators from the West Country! Unfortunately, this name did not come with an Ooh prefix.

Hoof Hearted: It might take a few times to get it but think flatulence! Clearly, race commentators had to be careful about their pronunciation.

Bucking Bronco: This wild horse is simply attempting to confuse everybody.

Gallent Horse: Another thoroughbred racehorse from the United States who won 17 races during his career. He won nine out of ten races as a three-year-old to become the second Triple Crown winner in the United States. The word “triple crown” was not widely used at the time, but it was later coined by a British journal. He was a blazed chestnut horse that was bred in Paris.

Flying Horse: A historic horse who claimed the Triple Crown and was France’s leading sire. The flying fox was a challenging horse to ride. His training lasted just two years. Later, he was managed by John Porter, who was one of the greatest horse trainers in history.

Potoooooooo: This odd name was given to this 18th-century horse either as a result of a misunderstanding or as a result of mischief. The stable boy was asked to write the horse’s name—Potatoes—on his stall door (or feed bin, depending on the tale). The youngster scribbled “Pot” and “8 o’s” with care. The horse was licensed with the name because the owner liked it so much.

Hermioneigh: There seems to be a Harry Potter fan among the horse owners who has a crush on Hermione Granger. The horse owner may have wanted to distinguish between a person and a horse, which is why the name Hermioneigh’ was chosen. Funny and amusing.

Al canopy: A gangster who is best known for his badass, and funny blend.

Bunny Killer: That would have been an appealing and savage name, but the horse turned out to be a bunny killer in the end. Quite actually! Murphy was the mount’s original name, according to the owner. Murphy then proceeded to step on the rabbits that were running around in his area. Murphy was dubbed the Bunny Killer as a result of this, and the name stuck with him.

Givemeanothername: This is what you refer to as a sense of humor. The horse’s owner must have struggled to come up with a name for it, so it was given the name Givemeanothername. It is a clever name in which the horse seems to be open to new ideas, and the viewer will test their imagination along those lines.

Houdini: One of the Irish horses was named after the world-famous magician renowned for his mind-boggling disappearance acts. The foal was given the name Houdini by the owner, who believed that his mount would often vanish from the stable. I am curious if the foal’s incredible speed caused him to vanish from sporting activities.

What The Buck: The ideal funny name for a horse that doesn’t give a damn what other people think or want.

Mr. Frodo: Perhaps a Lord of the Rings fan decided to name the mount after one of the book’s most famous characters. The owner said that his Irish horse had enormous hooves, prompting him to call him Mr. Frodo.




I have owned over 50 horses and currently own a small horse farm with 8 horses. I have competed on and off for over 25 years while doing mostly trail riding and cow sorting these days. I write these articles to help anyone out there if you love this article pin it to your Pinterest or Share on other social media platform. Thanks for visiting.

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