The slowest horse in the world is a American Miniature Horse called “Tiny Tim”. This tiny horse is just 36 inches tall and weighs only 300 pounds. Tiny Tim is known for having the slowest average race speed of any horse in the world, clocking in at a staggering 3.5 miles per hour.
Tiny Tim was one of only a handful of horses to have been bred for the specific purpose of being slow. He was bred by Jim and Janice Smith in North Carolina, and was the result of crossing a number of smaller breeds, including the American Shetland Pony, the Miniature Horse, and the American Miniature Horse.
Tiny Tim is known for his remarkable slow speed despite his small size, and his gentle and even temperament. He is often seen at horse shows, and is popular among children who want to take a leisurely ride.
Tiny Tim’s slow speed has earned him much attention over the years. He has been featured in numerous books, articles, and television shows, and even has his own fan club. Tiny Tim has also been inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records as the slowest horse in the world.
Though Tiny Tim may be the slowest horse in the world, he is still a beloved member of the equine family. He is a gentle and loving horse who is sure to bring joy to anyone who takes a ride with him.