Need an "S" name by Wednesday!

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I have an exceptional colt by Sir Heinrich OLD (Sir Donnerhall I x Furst Heinrich) who is going to his inspection on Wednesday. I have until then to come up with a name!

It needs to begin with an "S". Ideally, I'd like to find a strong stallion-sounding name in case I decide to not geld him.

Right now I call him "Snicklefritz", but I don't really see "Sir Snicklefritz" coming down centerline. :D

Or maybe it would work, I don't know. Any other ideas?
 
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Sir Syzygy
Look up the meaning of ‘syzygy’. It comes from astronomy, something to do with celestial bodies being yoked together. Could be quite a poetic meaning if you think about it, for rider and horse, or especially in dressage. Also it’s just a brilliant looking word.
 

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Sir Syzygy
Look up the meaning of ‘syzygy’. It comes from astronomy, something to do with celestial bodies being yoked together. Could be quite a poetic meaning if you think about it, for rider and horse, or especially in dressage. Also it’s just a brilliant looking word.
Also good science fiction novel By Michael G Coney 🙂
 
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