Because of their placid nature, Faith Smith trains miniature horses for love, mobility assistance, emotional support, and therapy. Miniature horses typically weigh between 150 and 350 pounds, but Peabody, a miniature horse, weighs only 19 pounds at six weeks old! That indicates he’s smaller than most dogs!
Peabody, who was abandoned by his mother because she couldn’t feed him owing to his small stature, is the world’s smallest horse at his age, according to Smith. Peabody has grown slightly since his rescue, but he must be no taller than 3 feet (34 inches) to be considered a miniature horse, writes myawesomedoggy.com
When Peabody was recovered, his jaw was crooked! He has now learnt to walk, his jaw is no longer misaligned, and his head has expanded a little! Furthermore, he can now play and run with his new mama, who designed special shoes for him!