We’ve previously reported on Big Jake, who holds the record for world’s tallest horse. Now, it’s time to introduce you to the world’s smallest horse, Einstein.
When Einstein was born in Barnstead, New Hampshire, he instantly shattered the world record for smallest horse. The little fellow weighed only 6 pounds ( 2.7 kg) and measured only 14 inches (35 cm), which means he was barely taller than a ruler.
Former world record holder Thumbelina was born in 2001 and weighed 9 pounds (3.2 kg). But unlike Thumbelina, Einstein doesn’t have dwarfish—he’s just tiny.
To qualify as a miniature horse in his breed, Einstein’s has to be shorter than 35 inches (91 centimeters), something that shouldn’t be a problem for this pint-sized cutie.
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