According to Guinness World Records Organization, race horses are the most expensive up to 16 million and the smartest horse can distinguish colors, object shapes as well as many other extraordinary games.
The highest horse – Big Jake, 2.1 meters high
According to the Guinness World Record website, the tallest horse in the world is Big Jake, 9, of Belgian Gelding. It has a height of 2.1 m without iron foundation and whoeighs 1.1 tons. This horse belongs to Smokey Hollow Farm in Poynette, Wisconsin, USA.
Big Jake is currently kept in a cage with an area of 6m x 6m and consumes 1.5 bales of grass as well as 37.8 liters of oak seeds per day. In a video posted on the Guinness site, Jerry Gilbert – owner of Big Jake, said the horse loves to make jokes, play and be kind.
The lowest horse – Thumbelina, 0.44m
Thumbelina mare belongs to Miniature dwarf horse breed, born and raised on Goose Creek farm in St Louis, Missouri, USA. According to Guinness, the world’s shortest horse is only 44cm tall and heavy.
According to interviews published with owners of Thumbelina, Kay and Paul Goessling, and his handle, Michael Goessling, the horse weighs less than 27kg. The owner and the owner of this tiny horse said she would never be bred.
Longest ponytail – 4.08m
A Shetland stallion named Golden Shante, nicknamed “Topper”, holds the world record for the longest horse’s tail born, over 4m. This horse was born in 1993.
The largest horse parade – 11,125 horses and riders
The record for the largest horse parade took place on August 9, 2013 in Mongolia. According to Guinness, 11,125 horses and riders from 21 provinces in Mongolia gathered in Khui Doloon Khudag of Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Ulaanbaatar, to take part in the parade that stretches for nearly 4km. The youngest rider is in the 2 -year -old parade, while the oldest is 90.