Only six pounds at birth, he weighed less than the average baby. He was only fourteen inches tall, which is shorter than the average baby as well. Einstein is a healthy, full term bouncing baby…horse?
Meet Einstein, the world’s smallest stallion. Born in April, 2010 in Barnstead, New Hampshire, at Tiz Miniature Horse Farm, Einstein continually makes the news.
Within two weeks of his birth he had received more than 4,000 visitors.
His media appearances have included the Oprah Winfrey show, Good Morning America, and The View, where he was delighted to eat graham crackers with Whoopi Goldberg.
He has also been written up in various newspapers around the world including the San Francisco Chronicle, the Boston Herald, USA Today, and People Magazine.
“Most of the ones that are really tiny are what we call dwarves and have some sort of dysmorphic features. This little guy is like all horses — he’s almost all leg,” said Wagner, adding, “He is very perfect looking little boy and not dwarfy looking at all.”Very cute too.