“Never forget what Jesus did for you. Never take lightly what it cost Him. And never assume that if it cost Him His very life, that it won't also cost you yours.” ~Rich Mullins
Now were talkin. That's a name for a horse. Don't even think of naming one Glock ;D
:) I am (happily) surprised that you chose Ruger. I would have expected something like Springfield or Beretta. Awfully cute!
Too cute! We used to have a yellow lab named Ruger as well, and to top it off, we had a black lab named Benelli!Gotta love gun names!
We have been dying trying to come up with a name. A few litters ago, a guy bought a Lab from us and named it Kimber. Ever since then, I've wanted to name an animal Kimber or Ruger. The neat thing is that we can name all his babies after weapons now :) Fun!
Oh yeah, I can see it now in his progeny. Smith and Wesson, Colt, Winchester, Remington, Sig, and the list goes on into wonderfulness..... :D
Colt? Now there's a funny one! ;) Talk about stating the obvious!
Or even better.....a filly named "Colt." LOL
Those are some awesome pictures!! Btw, I love your blog. :)
Wow. :D Could somebody explain to an ignorant gal why horses end up with long names? I'm rather new to horses (a story in and of itself) so I just don't understand...Snip is long enough for me :) (Instead of shortening the name I lengthen it. Except for when I call the stinker "Bub".)However, I think Ruger is a great name (even though I'm not very fond of any of the Rugers I have ever shot.) Particularly for a horse that color :)
I don't really know why! At least in minis, the registered names always start with your farm prefix. For example..we're "I Am Ranch" so all our foals are "I Am ----". That way your babies are always easy to track. People will a lot of times include the horses pedigree in their names. Like with Ruger - his granddaddy is a famous stallion named Candylands Best Kept Secreat. So thus the "secret" in his name. And so on..... :D
Oh. Now if finally makes sense! I was just curious because whenever I hear racehorse names they are always so long and cumbersome. Barn names are great idea :) Thanks for the enlightenment, Lisa!