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Einstein Horse is the world smallest horse living in planet Earth. In the photo below, you'll see four-year-old boy Garrett Mullen watching Einstein, the three-day-old pinto stallion that is considered as the world's smallest horse. Einstein weighs just around 6 pounds and has a height of 14 inches during his birth. Einstein was born last Friday in Barnstead, New Hampshire.
Judy Smith is the breeder of Einstein. She takes care of the world's smallest horse at Tiz A Miniature Horse Farm. Judy said that when Einstein was born, she thought that the pinto stallion was dead, but lo and behold, the small creature made it and survived and now the world is waiting for the confirmation of Einsteins claim of becoming the world's smallest horse. Einstein would potentially beat the previous record holder Thumbelina, a chestnut mare, who is currently 17.5 inches tall.
Rachel Wagner, the co-owner of Einstein remarked that Einstein's birth was a miracle in Barnstead. There were no signs of dwarfism observed on Einstein and Wagner ruled out that he was just really a normal tiny horse.
According to Judy Smith, for over 20 years plus of handling horses, she has never seen a horse as tiny as Einstein. She also mentioned that initially, Einstein didn't move very much. But after rubbing the small horse with a towel, he started to move around. Judy Smith is just too overwhelmed about the size of Einstein.
Originally posted by Legion2112
Oh God. That's so cute I think I threw up in my mouth a little.