Thumbelina, the tiniest horse in the world, is a true gem that embodies the beauty of miniature creatures. Born in 2001 from a line of miniature horses, she resides at Goose Creek Farm and captivates all with her small stature, weighing in at only 27kg and standing at a mere 43cm tall. Despite her petite size, Thumbelina holds a big heart and visits hospitals to bring joy to sick children.
Her owner, Michael Gesling, shares that miniature horses of this kind often fall ill and don’t live long, but Thumbelina is an exception. She’s in good health and loved by all who meet her. The tiny horse brings comfort to children during their hospital stays, making her one of the cutest and most endearing creatures in the world.
Thumbelina is not only a beautiful horse but also a source of comfort and hope for sick children. She’s a symbol of the resilience and kindness that animals can bring into our lives. Her tiny frame may be small, but her impact on the lives of those she visits is anything but. Thumbelina is a shining example of why we should never underestimate the power of kindness, no matter how small it may seem.
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