Appaloosa - Appaloosa is a type of horse for this horse-oriented town.
Bedlington : A town in Northumberland. May also be a reference to the Bedlington terrier, a breed of dog.
Bertram : Means “Bright” from Old French and Old German
Patricia : Means “Noble” from Latin
Buckley : Means “deer meadow” in Old English
The Bird family Edit
Bird : A simple “bird” means in English
Alouette : Means “lark” or “a bird name” in French
Oriole : Means “golden” or “a bird with golden colors” in Latin
Minette : Variant of Mary, Mina and Minna. Means “star of the sea”
The Blackburn family Edit
Blackburn : A surname of English origin Vera : Means “faith” from Russian and Slavic.
Ginger : Means “liveliness” from English origin
Walter : Means “commander of the army” in Old German
Hobble : Come from a craft
Chuck : Pet form of Charles in Old German, means ‘’free man’’
Shadow : A simple “shadow” means in English
Johnson : Means “son of John” in Old English
Johnny : Derived from John. Means “God is gracious” in Hebrew
Freebird : Come from a craft. Probably derived from “Free” and “Bird”
The Curley family Edit
Curley : In Ireland derived from the native Gaelic MacToirdealbhaigh Sept of Counties Antrim and Armagh. Means "son of Turlough"
Tate : From Middle English origin means "cheerful"
Esme : Means "to love" in Old French
Petunia : Name of a humble-looking flower
The Darnell family Edit
Darnell : Means "hidden spot" in Old English
Honey : A simple "honey" means in English or means "nectar" in Old English
Skedaddle : Come from a craft
The Fox family Edit
Fox : A name of an mammal
Shawnee : An American Indian tribe that came from the eastern American forests
Cheyenne : An American Indian tribe from the Plains.
Dakota : Means "friend, ally" in Lakota American Indian.
Bramble : A tangled prickly shrub.
Shep : Variant from Shepherd, means "shepherd" in Old English.
The Lionheart family Edit
Lionheart : Probably the combination of "Lion" and "Heart"
Hetty : Means "myrtle leaf, God rejoices"
Maria : Means "stars of the sea"
Mothball : Simply means "mothball" in English
Pickles : Simply means "pickles" in English
Muffin : One kind of Muffin
The Loveland family Edit
Loveland : Probably the combination of "Love" and "Land"
Gracie : Variant of Grace. Means "favor" in Latin
Babycakes : The combination of "Baby" and "Cakes"
The Marshall family Edit
Marshall : Means "caretaker of horses" in Old French
Felipe : Means "lover of horses" in Spanish
Kim : Means "Cyneburg's field" in Old English
BaBa : Come from a creation. A Pet name
GooGoo : Come from a creation. A Pet name
Oopsie-Daisy : Come from a craft. A pet name