Offbeat My VERY little pony! 'World’s smallest horse' stands tall at 19 inches – and he’s called Gulliver

13:27  09 august  2018
13:27  09 august  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

German Court Awards Farmer $1 Million for 2000-Year-Old Bronzed Horse Head Found in His Well

  German Court Awards Farmer $1 Million for 2000-Year-Old Bronzed Horse Head Found in His Well He was originally paid $55,946.The gold leaf–covered head, which weighs about 55 pounds and measures 20 inches long, had likely been part of a larger statue, as indicated by a bronzed foot found nearby. Experts believe the horse's rider was Augustus, Rome's emperor at the turn of the first millennium CE. The head had been preserved under water at the bottom of a 36-foot well for years, making the find even more remarkable.

My VERY little pony ! Gulliver , the world ' s smallest horse , plays with a puppy at the 20th Hipposphere International Equestrian Exhibition at the Expoforum Convention and Exhibition Centre in St Petersburg.

In Russia, an adorable American miniature horse called Gulliver , is named as one of the tinniest horses in the world , standing at 19 inches tall .

Saskatchewan RCMP looking for missing Manitoba man

  Saskatchewan RCMP looking for missing Manitoba man RCMP in La Ronge, Sask., say Cory Mitchell McLaughlin, 45, was last seen around 4:35 p.m. Tuesday. They believe he may be in the area between La Ronge — 344 kilometres north of Saskatoon — and Snow Lake, Man., 336 kilometres east of La Ronge.Police are concerned for McLaughlin's well-being.McLaughlin is believed to be driving a red or maroon 2005 Ford F-150 with Manitoba plates EJZ 932.He is roughly five feet eight inches tall and weighs 200 pounds, and has brown hair and blue eyes.Anyone with information on McLaughlin's whereabouts is asked to call La Ronge RCMP at 306-425-6730.

A little donkey who stands at just 19 inches tall is celebrating being the world ’ s smallest in time for Christmas. Ottie the eight month old miniature American donkey who is belived to be the worlds smallest donkey next to a miniature pony .

My ( very ) little pony : Tiny horse which stands just 15 inches tall is believed to be world ' s smallest Little Bluey, who is two-and-a-half months old, stands at just 15 inches tall Animal is believed to be the world ' s smallest perfectly formed miniature horse

An adorable miniature horse - thought to be the world's smallest - has been frolicking around with a sweet puppy at an equestrian exhibition in Russia.

Gulliver measures in at a tiny 49cm (19.29 inch) from hoof to shoulder blades.

The 'miracle' pony strutted his stuff at the 20th Hipposphere International Equestrian Exhibition at the Expoforum Convention and Exhibition Centre in St Petersburg, Russia.  

The American Miniature horse, who was born in June 2017 at the Hidalgo pony farm in northwest Russia, was the size of a cat when he was born, reported the New Zealand Herald.

(Slideshow provided by Microsoft GES)

Measuring just 12inches (30cm) tall and weighing three kilograms at birth his owner Elena Chistyakova described Gulliver's birth as a 'miracle.

She said: 'It was as big as a cat. I was so happy, it is a miracle.'   

Gulliver is ironically named after Gulliver's Travels, where the namesake is a giant to the little people who capture him on Liliput Island. 

The tiny horse looked content being the bigger animal for once as he played with a dog at his recent show - he even let the pooch jump on for a ride.

Most American Miniature horses measure 86.4cm (34inchs) high at most.

This makes one-year-old Gulliver almost half the size of the usual breed.  

Gulliver is believed to be in for a chance at taking the Guinness World Record for smallest living male horse. 

The smallest female horse record has been held by Thumbelina, a miniature sorrel brown mare, who measures 17.5 in (44.5 cm) since 2016.

Spooked horse likely cause of horse wagon tipping over at Fort Edmonton Park .
Fort Edmonton Park has determined that a horse likely became spooked, which caused a horse-drawn carriage to tip over sending six people to hospital late Wednesday morning.Fort Edmonton Park has determined that an incident that saw a horse-drawn carriage tip over on Wednesday morning, sending six people to hospital, was likely caused by a horse getting spooked.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!