Meet the World’s Smallest Horse Einstein
Really, I was shocked when I first saw Einstein. At first I thought it was a puppy, but I’m wrong. It was really a horse! A very small horse. Just measuring 35cm in height, Einstein the pinto stallion was born last Friday weighing just 2.7 kilograms.
Judy Smith, the proud breeder of Einsten at Tiz A Miniature Horse Farm, in Barnstead, New Hampshire said that when he was born, they thought he was dead.
Einstein if proved to be the smallest horse in the world will break the previous recordholder Thumbelina who measured just 43cm in height.
As Judy Smith said in videos featuring Einsten the smallest horse in the world, she said the following quotable quotes:
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“I have been at this for 20 years plus but I have never seen one this tiny or even close to it.
“At first he didn’t move very much. We started rubbing him with a towel and he started to move around. He was so small!”