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photo: Shaked Buchbout
zoo: photo archive
photo: zoo archive
Interesting to note:
Miniature horses were once used to pull carts and were also used in mining work where their small and strong body structure was an advantage. Because of their friendly disposition, they are nowadays used as pets and as part of therapy for people with disabilities. They are also bred and presented in specialist horse shows.
Our miniature horses are the gift of Robin Gordon Appel via the Jerusalem Foundation and came to us from a farm in Wisconsin, USA. Miniature horses are the world's smallest horses (not ponies, as commonly thought).
photo: Shai Ben Ami
Name: miniature horse
Scientific Name: Equus ferus caballus
Global Conservation Status: does not exist in the wild - domesticated
In Israel: -
At the Zoo: 3 miniature horses in the Children’s Zoo
In the Bible: -
Habitat and Distribution: domesticated breed developed in Western Europe
Body Structure: to be defined as a miniature horse, a horse must be shorter than 90 cm, with wide nostrils, large eyes and particularly-shaped ears. They have a wide body structure with strong, muscular legs.
Diet: Vegetarian - grass and vegetation
Social Structure: groups
Activity cycle: diurnal
Threats in the wild: