Say it with me: Awwww.
Acer the mini horse sticks at just 22 inches–but he’s living large in his town of Wolfscastle.
Acer has lived at Wolfscastle Miniature Horse Farm since his birth in 2011 to his 30-inch tall dam and 29-inch sire. His extremely small stature is due to dwarfism, a condition that can result in constricted organs, malformed limbs and soundness issues.
But Acer’s owner hasn’t given up on him. As the smallest horse in the U.K. (but not the world), Acer is a celebrity in his hometown and always gathers a crowd when he and his owner stop by the local pub for a pint.