One pint-sized New Hampshire stallion may soon have a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.The stallions name is Einstein and he is possibly the world's smallest horse.
He weighed just six pounds and measured 14 inches when he was born on Friday in Barnstead, New Hampshire, NECN reports.
The three-day old stallion, called Einstein, weighed 6lbs (2.7 kg) when it was born on Friday in Barnstead, New Hampshire, Daily Mail reported Monday.
Born at Tiz Miniature Horse Farm, the diminutive stallion's proportion are tiny for a horse.
The Guinness Book of Records lists the smallest newborn horse as weighing just 9lbs, claimed Einstein's co-owner Rachel Wagner, according to Economic Times.
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