BARNSTED, N.H. - Born Friday morning, "Einstein" was so little that his breeder feared he wasn't alive.
But now an extraordinary future could lie ahead for this so-called mini-mini. At six pounds and 14 inches, Einstein is considerably more diminutive than the current title-holder of world's smallest horse.
Breeders say what really sets Einstein apart is his proportion. You can look at his body -- there is no sign of dwarfism.