Saturday, November 8, 2008

World's Biggest Horse

World's Biggest Horse, Luscombe Nordram
The biggest horse in the world is called, Luscombe Nordram. This giant shire horse lives in Australia and with his 2.057m he's the biggest horse in the world, according to the Guinness World Book Of Records. He weighs about 1.3 tonnes (1300kg), so he's not that light. And guess what, he's still growing!

Nordram's grandfather, was already one of the biggest horses in the 1980's, so you could say it runs in the family. He is big, and so are the costs of keeping him, this is why is the owner has considered selling him.

Nordram has been trained to transport heavy loads, but no one wants to enlist such a big horse, due to his size.

With his size and length Nordram can call be called one of the biggest animals to roam this earth.

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