Triple Crown Nutrition
Nature's design for the horse is pretty good to begin with, but with enough money and hard work, it would be possible to make it stronger, hardier, faster ... you know, better. Instead, some people have made a concerted effort to make a version that appears like a cross between a warthog and a Troll Doll, also known as the dwarf or miniature horse:
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It's like if Eeyore had a little brother that was only allowed to leave the attic on his birthday.
We're serious right now: It's damn near impossible to find a picture where they don't look depressed or tired from mocking natural selection with every second of their existence. The mini horses are literally dwarfs, created by the passing of the equine dwarfism gene. Perhaps the plan was to breed a proportioned, smaller version of a regular horse (for which we would pay 20 buttloads of dollars), but instead the animals ended up with grossly enlarged heads and a dark wonderland of health problems, including complicated births and leg deformities.