Spanish Horse Names (253 Mexican And Spanish Ideas)

Horses are magnificent creatures and one of the proudest pets one can have; therefore your friend also deserves a name that befits its personality. In the pages of history, horses have always been symbols of power, status, honor, and agility.

Along with the great historical figures, their horses were also immortalized in the pages of history whether it is Alexander the Great’s horse Bucephalus, Napoleon’s horse Marengo or Rajput King Maharana Pratap’s horse Chetak.

The thing with names is that they transcend languages and places. However, have you explored Spanish horse names?

Spanish is one such language that may seem like music to the ears and is full of beautiful names with beautiful meanings behind them.

So here is a list of Spanish names for horses for you to choose from both masculine and feminine, along with their meanings. Give your pet a name in pure Spanish and revel in the sheer personality it displays.

Spanish Horse Names

Male Spanish Horse Names

There is no shortage of masculine and historically symbolic Spanish names for your male horse:

  1. Abogado: Lawyer
  2. Abran: After Biblical Abraham
  3. Agustin: Grand, majestic, royal
  4. Alejendro: Alexander in Spanish, Defender of mankind
  5. Anastasio: Resurrected
  6. Andres: Manly
  7. Angelino: God’s messenger
  8. Arturo: Noble
  9. Bartoli: Ploughman
  10. Bartolome: Ploughman
  11. Basilio: Noble
  12. Bonifacio: Benefactor
  13. Buinton: Born fifth
  14. Carlomagno: Charles the Great
  15. Carlos: Manly
  16. Casimiro: Peaceful
  17. Cesar: Long haired, Ceasar
  18. Conrado: Able counsel
  19. Cristofer: With Christ inside
  20. Damario: Greek Damaris gentle
  21. Danilo: God is my judge
  22. Diego: Supplanter/Substitute
  23. Duardo: Prosperous guardian
  24. Edmundo: Wealthy protector
  25. Eduardo: Prosperous guardian
  26. Everardo: Brave
  27. Faron: Pharoah
  28. Fausto: Lucky
  29. Federicko: Peaceful ruler
  30. Feliciano: Happy
  31. Felippe: Variant of Phillip
  32. Felix: Lucky
  33. Gabriel: God is my strength
  34. Gabrio: God is my strength
  35. Gilberto: Hostage
  36. Godfredo: Friend of God
  37. Gualtero: Strong warrior
  38. Guido: Guide
  39. Guillermo: Protector
  40. Hector: Tenacious
  41. Hernan: Adventurous
  42. Horado: Spanish variant of Horace the time keepers
  43. Hugo: Intelligent
  44. Humberto: Big/Bright
  45. Ishamel: God listens
  46. Ivan: Archer
  47. Jacinto: Hyacinth
  48. Jacobo: Supplanter
  49. Jago: Supplanter
  50. Javier: Variant of Xavier, bright
  51. Joaquin: Jehovah has established
  52. Josua: Variant of Joshua
  53. Juan: Variant of John
  54. Lazaro: Help of God
  55. Leon: Lion
  56. Leopoldo: Bold man
  57. Lisando: Liberator
  58. Luciano: Light
  59. Luis: Variant of Louis
  60. Macario: Happy
  61. Manolo: God is with us
  62. Manuel: Abbreviation of Emanuel
  63. Marco: Warring
  64. Marquez: A title below duke and above earl
  65. Miguel: Archangel
  66. Naldo: Strong
  67. Noe: Variant of Noah, Noah of the Arc
  68. Norberto: Heroic
  69. Normando: Man of the north
  70. Oliverio: Affectionate
  71. Orlando: Renowned in all lands
  72. Pablo: Little one
  73. Pepe: Variant of Joseph
  74. Peter: Variant of Peter, a rock
  75. Rafael: God has healed
  76. Raul: Wolf
  77. Reyes: King
  78. Ricardo: Strong ruler
  79. Roderigo: Notable leader
  80. Sabino: A sabine
  81. Sal: Savior
  82. Salbatore: Savior
  83. Salomon: Peace
  84. Sebastiano: Sebastian the revered
  85. Sein: Innocent
  86. Silvino: Greek god of trees
  87. Tadeo: Praise
  88. Tajo: Day
  89. Taurino: Bull-like
  90. Tomas: Twin
  91. Tulio: Lively
  92. Ulises: Variant of Odeyssus, the Greek hero
  93. Urbano: From the city
  94. Valentin: Valiant, the Roman Emperor
  95. Vicente: Conquering
  96. Victoro: Victor
  97. Xalbadore: Savior
  98. Yago: Supplanter
  99. Zacarias: Remembered by God

See more amazing male horse names here.

Female Spanish Horse Names

A suitable feminine name for your female Andalusian horse will not only display its fierceness but also bring about a womanly feature.

Here are some ideas for your female Spanish horse:

  1. Abril: April month
  2. Acacia: Honorable
  3. Adalia: bobility
  4. Adonia: Beautiful lady
  5. Adriana: Dark
  6. Agnese: Pure
  7. Alandra: Defender of the mankind
  8. Alda: Wise
  9. Alita: Noble
  10. Amanda: Lovable
  11. Angela: Angel
  12. Bella: Beautiful
  13. Benita: Blessed
  14. Berta: Blessed
  15. Blanca: White
  16. Calandria: Lark
  17. Camila: Attendant
  18. Candie: Glowing white
  19. Carla: Feminine of Charles
  20. Carola: Joy
  21. Cassandra: Unheeded prophetess
  22. Cierra: Saw
  23. Clementia: Merciful
  24. Crista: Appointed one
  25. Dilila: Delicate
  26. Damita: Little noble
  27. Dani: God will judge
  28. Delicia: Charming
  29. Delinda: of beauty
  30. Delphia: Dolphin
  31. Dia: Day
  32. Dolores: Sorrow
  33. Dona: Lady
  34. Earlena: Shield
  35. Elbertina: Noble
  36. Elisa: Consecrated to God
  37. Elvira: Truth
  38. Emerald: The gemstone
  39. Estefana: Crowned with laurels
  40. Ezmeralda: Emerald gem stone
  41. Faustina: Lucky
  42. Felicita: Happy
  43. Fermina: Strong
  44. Florecia: Blooming
  45. Franscisca: Free one
  46. Galena: Small intelligent one
  47. Garabina: Purification
  48. Guadalupe: Virgin Mary
  49. Graciana: Grace
  50. Gregoria: Vigilante
  51. Henriqua: Ruler of the home
  52. Hermosa: Beautiful
  53. Hortencia: Garden
  54. Idoia: Virgin Mary
  55. Idurre: Virgin Mary
  56. Ignacia: Fire
  57. Illeana: Variant of Elena
  58. Iluminada: Illuminated
  59. Isabela: Devoted to God
  60. Itsaso: Sea
  61. Izar: Star
  62. Jacinta: Purple
  63. Jade: Jewel
  64. Jakinda: Hyacinth
  65. Javiera: Feminine of Javier
  66. Jimena: Heard
  67. Joaquina: Prepared
  68. Jordana: Down flowing
  69. Josefa: God shall add
  70. Jovanna: Female of Jupiter the father of sky
  71. Julieta: Loves child
  72. Karmen: Variant of Carmel
  73. Landra: Counselor
  74. Lara: Protection
  75. Laurencia: Covered with Laurels
  76. Lavina: Variant of Levinia
  77. Leonor: Light
  78. Liana: Youthful
  79. Luella: Feminine of Luis
  80. Luz: Brings light
  81. Madalynn: Variant of Madeline
  82. Madena: Woman from Magdala
  83. Nalda: Strong
  84. Narcisa: Feminine of Narcissus the Greek character
  85. Olivia: Olive
  86. Pabla: Little one
  87. Palmira: City of palms
  88. Ramona: Wise defender
  89. Reya: Queen
  90. Sabana: From the open plains
  91. Salma: Ambitious
  92. Sancha: Holy
  93. Telma: Variant of Thelma
  94. Vina: From the vineyard
  95. Xalvadora: Savior
  96. Yadra: Mother
  97. Yoana: God’s gift
  98. Zamora: From Zamora
  99. Zandra: Feminine of Alexandra

See more beautiful female horse names here.

Famous Spanish Horse Names (Perfect For Any Andalusian Horse)

Beautiful Black Andalusian Horse

Want to find a famous Andalusian horse moniker? You’re in luck, here are some famous names fit for Spanish horses:

  1. Anibal:  which means “graced by God”
  2. El Fuego: means “the fire”. One of the best names you will find
  3. Felipe: is the classic Spanish name Felipe itself
  4. Feliz:  means “happy”. You will surely want to name your male horse Feliz
  5. Fresco: meaning “cool”
  6. Jarron: meaning “vase”
  7. Lorenzo: means “Lawrence”
  8. Magnifico: meaning “magnificent”
  9. Maximo: meaning “full or maximum”
  10. Miguel: meaning “who is like God?” in English
  11. Ocaso: meaning “sunset”. A wonderful name to give to a male equine
  12. Pablo: meaning Paul which is derived from the Saint Paul in the New Testament
  13. Poderoso: meaning “mighty and powerful”
  14. Raro: means “rare”
  15. Rubio: meaning “blond male”
  16. Adelita: meaning “nobility”
  17. Agua:  meaning “water”
  18. Alba: meaning “sunrise”
  19. Alegria: meaning “cheerful”
  20. Angel: this name from Spain means “angel”
  21. Aurora: meaning “dawn”
  22. Bonita: meaning “pretty”. Surely a name everyone will like
  23. Cielo: meaning “heaven”
  24. Damita: meaning “little lady”
  25. Descarada: meaning “cheeky/sassy”

Cute Spanish Horse Names

Below is a list of some of the cutest names of Spanish origin:

  1. Baila
  2. Bolero
  3. Cachucha
  4. Caramba
  5. Chispa
  6. Diablo
  7. Duende
  8. Escocesa
  9. Fiesta
  10. Gitana
  11. Inquisidor
  12. Jota
  13. Lola
  14. Maestro
  15. Malaga
  16. Mariquita
  17. Morenica
  18. Muchacha
  19. Nocturna
  20. Parejita
  21. Picaflor
  22. Rumba
  23. Seductora
  24. Tango
  25. Tarasca
  26. Vaquera
  27. Vals
  28. Vivaldi
  29. Valentina
  30. Xara

Mexican Horse Names

Horses are some of the most incredible creatures, and their history goes back almost 50 million years. The history of Mexico goes back roughly 13,000 years, and so do its horses. Several horse breeds originate from Mexico, including the Azteca.

If you are the owner of a horse and want to give it a Mexican name, we’ve made a list of male and female names that will fit your horse’s personality.

75 Mexican Male Horse Names and Meanings

  1. Arturo: Noble One
  2. Rafael: God the Healer
  3. Guillermo: Protector
  4. Duardo: Guardian
  5. Hector: Tenacious
  6. Miguel: Archangel
  7. Jago: Supplanter
  8. Tulio: Lively
  9. Vicente: Conquering
  10. Zacarias: Remembered by God
  11. Gualtieri: Strong warrior
  12. Ivan: Archer
  13. Tadeo: Praise
  14. Faron: Pharoah
  15. Lazaro: Help of God
  16. Sal: Savior
  17. Norberto: Heroic
  18. Casimiro: Peaceful
  19. Alejandro: Defender 
  20. Sein: Innocent
  21. Naldo: Strong
  22. Joaquin: Jehovah is Here
  23. Salvatore: Savior
  24. Cesar: Long-haired
  25. Agustin: Grand
  26. Raul: Wolf
  27. Danilo: God Will Judge Me
  28. Xalbadore: Savior
  29. Bonifacio: Benefactor
  30. Oliverio: Affectionate
  31. Tomas: Twin
  32. Carlomagno: Charles the Great
  33. Marquez: A Royal Title
  34. Godfrey: Friend of God
  35. Luciano: Light
  36. Macario: Happy
  37. Basilio: Noble
  38. Feliciano: Happy
  39. Everardo: Brave
  40. Ricardo: Strong One
  41. Javier: Bright One
  42. Normando: Northern Man
  43. Manuel: Emanuel
  44. Felix: Lucky
  45. Yago: Supplanter
  46. Damario: Gentle
  47. Gilberto: Hostage
  48. Hernan: Adventurous
  49. Lisandro: Liberator
  50. Roderigo: Notable Ruler
  51. Andres: Manly
  52. Sabino: Sabine of the River
  53. Eduardo: Prosperous Protector
  54. Salomon: Peace
  55. Anastasio: Resurrected
  56. Abran: Abraham Son of God
  57. Hugo: Intelligent
  58. Carlos: Manly
  59. Federico: Peaceful King
  60. Gabriel: Strength of God
  61. Fausto: Lucky
  62. Ishmael: God Will Listen
  63. Taurino: Like a Bull
  64. Orlando: Famous Through the Land
  65. Edmundo: Wealthy 
  66. Humberto: Bright
  67. Manolo: God is Here
  68. Leopoldo: Bold One
  69. Cristofer: Christ Lives Within
  70. Angelino: Messanger of God
  71. Felippe: Phillip
  72. Guido: The Guide
  73. Pablo: The Little one
  74. Reyes: Great King
  75. Gabrio: Strength of God

75 Mexican Female Horse Names and Meanings

  1. Florencia: Blooming
  2. Calandria: Lark
  3. Berta: Blessed
  4. Salma: Ambitious
  5. Dolores: Sorrow
  6. Adonia: Lady of Beauty
  7. Dia: Day
  8. Iluminada: The Light
  9. Ignacia: Fire
  10. Laurencia: Of the Bay Leave
  11. Acacia: Honorable One
  12. Candie: A White Glow
  13. Jacinda: Hyacinth
  14. Liana: Youthful
  15. Amanda: Lovable
  16. Lara: Protection
  17. Pablo: Little One
  18. Faustina: Lucky
  19. Angela: Angel
  20. Felicita: Happy
  21. Sancha: Holy
  22. Elisa: Sacred to God
  23. Elena:  The Shield
  24. Dani: God’s Judgement
  25. Illeana: Elena
  26. Crista: The Appointed One
  27. Reya: Great Queen
  28. Guadalupe: Our Lady of Guadalupe
  29. Luz: The One Who Brings Light
  30. Francisca: Free One
  31. Adriana: Of the Dark
  32. Vina: Off the vineyard
  33. Josefa: God Will Provide
  34. Jade: A Jewel
  35. Emerald: The Green Gemstone
  36. Blanca: The White One
  37. Gregoria: Vigilante
  38. Landra: Counselor
  39. Isabela: God’s Devoted One
  40. Izar: Star
  41. Damita: Little Noble One
  42. Jacinta: Purple
  43. Leonor: Light
  44. Dalila: Delicate
  45. Luella: Feminine of Luis
  46. Yoana: Gift From God
  47. Idoia: The Virgin Mary
  48. Nalda: Strong One
  49. Karmen: Variant of Carmel
  50. Delicia: Charming
  51. Garabina: Purification
  52. Camila: Attendant
  53. Xalvadora: Savior
  54. Joaquina: Prepared
  55. Agnese: Pure
  56. Itsaso: Of the Sea
  57. Albertina: Noble One
  58. Graciana: Of Grace
  59. Delinda: One With Beauty
  60. Carola: Joy
  61. Sabana: Of the open plains
  62. Javiera: Feminine of Javier
  63. Lavina: Variant of Levinia
  64. Olivia: Olive
  65. Benita: Blessed
  66. Elvira: Truth
  67. Clementia: Merciful One
  68. Fermina: Strong
  69. Jimena: Heard
  70. Palmira: Land of Palms
  71. Alita: Noble
  72. Zamora: From Zamora
  73. Idurre: Beloved Virgin Mary
  74. Cierra: Saw
  75. Alda: Wise

Spanish Name Inspiration

White Andalusian Horse

Finding inspiration to name your horse must come from understanding your new friend and its personality. Its color, its breed, its gait, the behavior, and your dynamics with your new pet, all count while giving your horse the right name.

For example, if your equine is dark, find inspirations in names representing black or dark features such as Lela (dark-haired beauty).

Find inspiration in the minutest of its features such as any marks on the body or color of its hair while getting familiar with the animal first.

Pronounce the name again and again so that you get familiar with it.

You can go by what your horse is—a bit of an alpha mare, a rather quiet gelding—and choose a name that reflects that. It is all about choosing the name which will reflect the energy and good vibes onto your animal.

Or you can give your horse a name that denotes a quality you would like him to have. These lists are just the beginning—use them as inspiration!

If you do not speak or understand Spanish, you are advised to make use of the Spanish Thesaurus. It will help you find simpler alternative names for the meaning of what you intend to convey.

If you love the Spanish language, and you do not understand the language or your vocabulary is terrible, you can head over to Google translate to get more exciting names. Type in the word(s) you wish to translate and search for it in Spanish, it will translate. You can make use of the speaker icon to learn how to pronounce the word.

Tip: If you are struggling to come up with a name on your own, there are plenty of horse name generators online to help you out.


Your horse is no less than a member of your family.

Therefore it is really important to choose a name which the animal can get used to as well as you. Out of the sea of such names, a beautiful name in Spanish for your horse is what can bring out its true personality.

Make sure that you choose a name that is easy to pronounce and gives off good vibes. The energy you project onto your animal is really important and therefore a suitable name is a must.

If you’re still looking for more inspiration for your horse’s name, check out these awesome lists of horse naming guides! Other places where you can find ideas include online name generators and even try searching Spanish cat or dog names in Google.

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