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Super-incredi-adora-cute horse

2010-04-27 11:03:03 GMT2010-04-27 19:03:03 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

Four-year-old Garrett Mullen watches three-day-old pinto stallion named Einstein in Barnstead, N.H., Sunday, April 25,2010. The diminutive horse born in New Hampshire could lay claim to the world record for lightweight foal. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

Dr. Rachel Wagner watches as her three day old pinto stallion named Einstein meets a horse named Play My Heart in Barnstead, N.H., the US, Sunday, April 25,2010. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

Three-day-old pinto stallion named Einstein born at Tiz a miniature Horse Farm Friday feeds with its mother Tiz Fenisse in Barnstead, N.H., Sunday, April 25,2010. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

Dr. Rachel Wagner watches a holds a ruler next to her three day old pinto stallion named Einstein in Barnstead, N.H., Sunday, April 25,2010. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

Four-year-old Garrett Mullen pets three-day-old pinto stallion named Einstein in Barnstead, N.H., Sunday, April 25,2010. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

If baby animals are "cute," then how does one describe Einstein the newborn pinto stallion? Super-incredi-adora-cute?

Weighing in at just six pounds, the New Hampshire-born foal may be the world's smallest horse. Dr. Rachel Wagner, Einstein's co-owner, says the Guinness record for the smallest newborn horse is 9 pounds.

Wagner notes Einstein shows no signs of dwarfism, unlike the current record holder. Photos of Einstein standing next to a young child and a bemused Saint Bernard really put the horse's 14-inch frame in perspective. All together now: "Awwww!"

(Agencies)

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