Girl? Red? Mare? Pretty?
These are the most common names for horses in the Alpujarras you know?!
Yes, 'Blanca' (white), 'Torda' (grey), 'Chica/o' (girl/boy), 'Guapa/o' (pretty) & 'Yegua' (mare) are the norm..'Tio' Mark's horse means 'Uncle' and 'Rayo' my boy has a super corny name that sounds fine if you're English, means lightening!
So, we've been through the lot here and she is beginning to get confused! Starting with 'Rosie', 'Africa' & 'Savanna', then various goddesses of various things, most appropriately 'Juno' or 'Hera' being the Roman/Greek goddesses of marriage!
We then thought about how we actually got the money to buy her and Mark proposed 'Lorna', being the name of his Nana who sadly passed away last year...So yes, I like it, it suits her.
May the spirit of Nana live on, she was a strong, hard working lady and was always beautifully turned out.