This is the smallest horse in the world, and you can't NOT fall in love with it
In the 17th century, royal families would guard their miniature horses jealously. Horses were mated in order for miniaturic horses to be born. During the years, after all the matings done, some of the horses were born with a miniaturic gene.
Maters use different techniques to get small horses, and Einstein is a result of one of those.
Einstein is the smallest miniature horse in the world. It belongs to Dr. Rachel Wagner and Charles Cantrell, Rachel's husband. They live in Washington, where Einstein has broken the Guiness's world record for the smallest horse in the world.
It is a miniaturic pony that loves playing and has a never-ending energy. It is so cute that you its impossible not to fall in love with it.