The mini horse MICRA who lives in the Finnish town of Kirkkonummi in Helsinki, is one of the smallest horses in the world.
Micra weighs 20 kilos and measures 50 centimeters and belongs to the horse breed Falabella.
Even for his race, Micra is especially small and was born with a motor impairment due to a weakness in his hind joints. Despite his disability, the small Finnish horse enjoys life to the fullest and his owner Susanne Hildén confirms that the animal has a big ego. Apparently this mini horse walks where he wants without dodging the other animals on his farm, not even a pig of 400 kilos or an adult horse of 900 kilos.
Hildén notes that Micro is a good example of how a disabled person can handle in life with determination and confident attitude.