The spelling of race-horses' names in English

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Taken from racecards from the UK, Hong Kong, Australia and Canada

Adorabull

Aidin and Abettin

Aintseennothinyet

Ain't Seen Nothin'

Alfelma

Alittle Odd

All Nite Lover

Arukiddinme

Assault N Mattery

B Decadent

B My Dream

B Serious

Badfella

Bee Minor

Bennysfromheaven

Betuwannabaybye

Bo Re Mi

By Gully

Charizard

Chees 'n Biscuits

Citi Centre

Coolbythepool

Cute Cait

The Cute Won

Dancinginthestreet

Thedollarlady

The Ex Files

Five Trix

Floppie Disk

Givemethemoonlight

Green 'n' Gold

Innstyle

Intitnice

Jinksonthehouse

Justupyourstreet

Ladies Knight

The Lepracohen

Likeadaffodil

Luvah Girl

Me Tows

Miss Marbles

Namestaken

Nothin' Leica Dane

Offtoworkwego

Phar Lap

Pillage 'n Plunder

Seaforde

Slewcie

Squeezen By

Thingmebob

Thys Babe

Time N Time Again

Time Too Dream

Trax Kash

Tyme After Tyme

U R So Incredible

U Toe the Cart

Umista

Usonofagun

Warch Me Impressm

Weet Watchers

What's It Tahuya

Where Ya Going

Whosurboy

Wooda Shooda Kooda

Wylde Winter

Wynsum Dreams

Y Chance IT

Y Knot

Youdon'tknowJack

Tips for naming a racehorse: Think of a phrase and ...

  • leave out the word-spaces: Bethereinajiffy. Usonofagun, Arukiddinme

  • spell it in letter names: Y Knot, U R So Incredible, B My Dream

  • use conventional novel spellings: Luvah Girl

  • change and to 'n: Assault N Mattery, Chees 'n Biscuits, or ing to in: Aidin and Abettin

  • try for a pun: Nothin' Leica Dane, Ladies Knight, The Lepracohen

  • try an old-looking spelling: Wylde Winter, Thys Babe