One race horse trainer has taken inspiration from Boaty McBoatface in naming his latest competitor - Horsey McHorseface.
The two-year-old steed is now the only novelty name an 82-horse yard belonging to Australian owner Joe Rosetti.
Horsey was bought in New Zealand for £32,000 last November and is expected to debut in Australia's competitive racing in mid to late May.
Racing manager Jake Bruce admitted he had been inspired by a public poll in the UK that chose Boaty McBoatface as the most popular name for a £200 million polar research ship.
"We had a laugh about it in the office and thought, 'Hey, why not'," Mr Bruce said.
"Joe's a good bloke and he's a good horse -- we just thought it would be a good fit".
In March, South West Trains renamed one of their trains travelling between Portsmouth and London Waterloo "Trainy McTrainface".