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Miniature Horse

Equus ferus caballus Miniature Horse

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Sizing Them Up

Miniature horses are determined by their height, which is usually less than 34–38 inches, about half the size of a regular horse.       


Horsing Around

While miniature horses may be the size of a small pony, they actually retain the characteristics of a horse and are considered to be horses by the registries.  


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