Friday, 10 July 2015

Could Microdave be the UK's smallest horse?

Measuring in around 45cm tall, Microdave is the newest contender for the title of Britain's smallest horse.
So cuuute!

Born in Kent, in the south-east of England, the American miniature stallion is half the size of a regular foal of the same breed.
Microdave got his unusual name from his dad, who is called Littledave.
His owner Jen Baldwin-Murphy, says that Microdave is very cheeky, and has become really popular with visitors.
From CBBC Newsround


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