Your horse deserves a befitting name, one that is memorable as well as reflects its personality. However, that was a challenge but not anymore.The team at Buzzsharer.com has done the heavy lifting and put a searchable database of thousands of Horse names in alphabetical order for your use . The icing on the cake of this database is that we researched the meaning of some names and added them to help our fans in their selections

You will agree with us that Horse names have come a long way. In the past, they usually had long names or adjectives as names. Now horse owners are laxer with names, so don’t be surprised if you see hilarious horse names in the list.

From North America to Australian, British to Native America, South America to Africa Horses , the list is inexhaustible and growing. If your horse name is not in this database and you want us to add it, please share below

Ladies and gentlemen we present to you unique and Cool horse names.

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  • Armando
  • Amarillo
  • aria– Maria is surname in Mexican
  • atias – Gift from God
  • acho– Mexican food
  • Alejandro
  • Adrina
  • ABEDABUN: Cheyenne: “sight of day”
  • ABEQUA
  • ABETZI: Omaha: “yellow leaf”
  • ABEY: Omaha: “leaf”
  • ABEYTU: Omaha: “green leaf”
  • ADOETTE: Kiowa: large tree
  • ADSILA: Cherokee: “blossom”
  • AGASGA: Cherokee: “Rain”
  • AHAWI: Cherokee: “Deer”
  • AHYOKA: Cherokee: “She brought happiness”
  • AIYANA: “Forever flowering; eternal blossom”
  • ALAMEDA: “grove of cottonwood”
  • ALAQUA: “sweet gum tree”
  • ALAWA: Algonquin: “pea”
  • ALESHANEE: Coos : “She plays all the time”
  • ALGOMA: “valley of flowers”
  • ALIKKEES: Nez Perce : “haircut”
  • ALSOOMSE: Algonquin: “independent”
  • ALTSOBA: Navajo: “all war; All are at war”
  • AMA: Cherokee: “Water”
  • AMADAHY: Cherokee: “forest water”
  • AMAYETA: Miwok : people in the Miwok language , california
  • AMITOLA: “rainbow”
  • ANABA: Navajo: “returns from war; She returns from war”
  • ANAMOSA: Sauk: “White Fawn”
  • ANEMY: “Superior”
  • ANEVAY: “superior”
  • ANGENI: “spirit”
  • ANGPETU: Sioux: ” Radiant
  • ANGWUSNASOMTAQA: Hopi : “crow mother spirit”
  • ANKTI: Hopi : “repeat dance.”
  • ANNA: Algonquin: “mother”
  • ANPAYTOO: Sioux: “radiant”
  • APONI: butterfly
  • AQUENE: peace
  • ASDZA: Navajo: “woman”
  • AT’EED: Navajo: “girl”
  • ATEPA: Choctaw: “wigwam”
  • ATSILA: Cherokee: “Fire”
  • AWANATA: Miwok: “turtle”
  • AWENASA: Cherokee: “my home”
  • AWENDELA: morning
  • AWENTIA: fawn
  • AWINITA: Cherokee: “fawn”
  • AYASHE, AYASHA: Cheyenne: “little one”
  • AYITA: Cherokee: “first to dance”
  • Apache
  • Ace
  • Aesop
  • Africa
  • Ajax
  • Alpha
  • Alfie
  • Aladdin
  • Amigo
  • Andy
  • Angel
  • Ansel
  • Apollo
  • Aries
  • Armor
  • Arrow
  • Aspen
  • Augustus
  • Austin
  • Axil
  • Abbey
  • Aggie
  • Ally
  • Amber
  • Annabelle
  • Annapolis
  • Annie
  • Aphrodite
  • April
  • Arabella
  • Ariel
  • Arso
  • Avis
  • Ayasha
  • Annabell
  • Ashley
  • Aster
  • Astoria
  • Amethyst
  • American Pharoah
  • Assault
  • Angus
  • Artax
  • Armonia
  • Acorde
  • Amour
  • aragon
  • ack Street Bay
  • Antique

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