Yes, I have seen the smallest horse in the world hours before I wrote this news-story. The encounter happened unintentionally while I go browsing the internet with my PC where I spent 60% of my happy waking hours. Thank you- The Independent News- for featuring Einstein- the world’s tiniest horse.
You didn’t fail in your mission to inform the reading public of this rare phenomenon. I say I am overjoyed to have seen it at my age 72 because in our place in Catbalogan this animal is a rarity. I wish that others may also have the chance to gaze at things like this because unusual things seldom happen.
Einstein as reported by The Independent News was born on April 22, 2010 in a little horse farm owned by Judy Smith in Barnstead, New Hampshire, USA.
Finesse, his mom, stands 32 inches tall and Painted Father, his dad, measures 30 inches.
The queer horse is now owned by Music ProducerCantrell, 44, and Dr. Rachel Wagner of Gilmanton, New Hampshire, who bought it from the well-known breeder Judy Smith for their small farm, It is said the owners have written a book about the first year life of Einstein, about his quest to find buddies and his life at home with the new owners.
Einstein playmates are Playboy, a regular sized stallion and owned by a young lady neighbor in their farm; the master’s dog Lilly and dwarf goats and Hannah, a St. Bernard dog, his friend back in the farm where he was born. He also plays with balls.
It is also told that the cute tiny horse is not allowed to gallivant and play around with a group of horses lest he be trampled upon underfoot.
When tired and needed rest, he goes on to his cozy pen.
Einstein is quite a celebrity. People by the thousands have actually seen and touched him in flesh and blood while others have seen and known him virtually through you tube and websites courtesy of the internet.
Einstein, the wonder horse, has attracted huge media interest since his birth. He has been at Oprah and has traveled across the U.S.
Representatives from the Guinness World Record have already seen Einstein and have a talk with Einstein’s owner that they’ll have to wait 4 years until the horse is pronounced world’s smallest.
Charlie and Rachel are relatively sure Einstein has stopped growing. At this point in time, Einstein is 1 year and 6-day old.