40+ Horse Names Inspired By Mythology

Horse names can be difficult to choose. Older horses often come with names. However, you may not like the horse’s name, or sometimes you do not know what the horse’s name is. Stay here and choose a cool name for your horse.

Horse Names Inspired By Mythology

  • Hrimfaxi, Nótt’s horse in Norse myths
  • Hofvarpnir, horse of the goddess Gná in Norse myths
  • Arion, an immortal, extremely swift horse
  • Uchchaihshravas, Indra’s horse in Hindu mythology
  • Skinfaxi, Dagur’s horse in Norse myths
  • The Mares of Diomedes, which fed on human flesh
  • Kelpie, a mythical Celtic water horse
  • The Trojan Horse
  • Silili, a Babylonian king of horses
  • Glad, a horse in Norse mythology
  • Gringolet, Sir Gawain’s horse
  • Árvakr and Alsviðr pulled Sól’s chariot
  • Hippocampus, a sea horse that pulled Poseidon’s chariot
  • Tulpar, the winged or swift horse in Turkic mythology
  • Svadilfari, the giant stallion that fathered Sleipnir
  • Hengroen, King Arthur’s horse
  • Liath Macha and Dub Sainglend, Cúchulainn’s horses
  • Šarac, horse of Prince Marko
  • Pegasus, flying horse of Greek mythology
  • Tikbalang, the demon horse in Philippine folklore
  • Falhófnir, a horse in Norse mythology
  • White horse of Kent
  • Embarr, Niamh and Lugh’s horse

More Horse Names Inspired By Mythology

  • Llamrei, King Arthur’s mare
  • Grey of Macha, or Macha’s Grey, CúChulainn’s chariot horse; known as the king of all horses
  • Dora, a war horse of Đurađ Senković
  • Morvarc’h, the horse of Gradlon in Breton legend
  • Epona, Gaulish horse goddess
  • Ždralin, horse of Miloš Obilić
  • Widow-Maker/Lightning, mythical cowboy Pecos Bill’s horse
  • The Nuckelavee, an Orcadian horse with no skin which sometimes appears to have a man astride its body
  • Dyaus Pita, the Sky Father, who appears as a horse
  • The horse of Sinterklaas: in the Netherlands “Amerigo”, in Flanders “Slechtweervandaag” (“Bad weather today”)
  • Gulltoppr, the horse of Heimdallr in Norse myths
  • Glær, a horse listed in both the Grímnismál and Gylfaginning
  • Balius and Xanthos, Achilles’ horses
  • Zelenko, horse of Damjan Jugović
  • Sleipnir, Odin’s eight-legged horse in Norse myths
  • Rhaebus, the horse of Mezentius in Roman myths
  • Ros Beiaard, a horse from Belgian folklore, still celebrated annually in many cities across the country.
  • Jabučilo, horse of Momčilo

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