Einstein: Smallest Horse In The World Pics?

Einstein, a pinto Stallion horse from New Hampshire is considered the smallest horse in the world.
Einstein is a three day old horse that has a weight of 6 pounds defeating the 9 pound Guinness title holder, Thumbelina.
Einstein does not have a dwarfism condition. This is one of nature’s weirdest creation.
Did they take pictures of Einstein?

Einstein will be the new holder of the world record for smallest horse in the whole world. Judith Smith is the one that took care of the little horse so far and she said that Einstein didn't move too much at first, but has started to move after being rubbed with a towel. The woman had horses for 20 years, but has never seen anything as small as Einstein.

Are there pictures of Einstein, the smallest horse in the world?

asked by Denton in Other - Pets & Animals | 9619 views | 04-27-2010 at 05:51 PM

The world's smallest horse was born just days ago in the United States and he is gaining plenty of attention.

At just 6 pounds and 14 inches tall, "Einstein" is a half pinto stallion who was born April 22, 2010 in Barnstead, New Hampshire.

Breeder Judy Smith of Tiz A Miniature Horse Farm was afraid he was dead because he lay so still when he was born. But they quickly rubbed him with towels to increase his circulation and it was not long before he was up and moving about. He was born to the mare Tiz Fenisse, a mostly white pinto mare. Judy Smith declared she had never seen one so tiny in all her 20 years of breeding.

Some pictures of the smallest horse in the world.

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Baby animals of all kinds are cute, but foals have a special kind of magic to them in their combination of the majestic dignity of a horse and the aw inspiring gangliness that is universal to babies. When you take all the special charm of a baby horse and pack it into 6 pounds and 14 inches of adorableness, it’s almost too much to handle.

Of course, Einstein’s owners are submitting him to the Guinness Book of World records. Not only is he considerably smaller than the current record holder, Thumbelina, he shows none of the signs of dwarfism that most of the tiny horses on record do.

Video of Einstein, the smallest horse in the world.

answered by Phoebe | 04-27-2010 at 06:06 PM

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