Belgian draft horses are some of the tallest in the world. Fully grown, they can stand anywhere between 16 and 17 hands, or 66 and 68 inches, tall. Hands, by the way, are the common unit of measurement for horses in some countries around the world. It would only make sense for horses that big to give birth to some pretty big foals.
These twin horses might look like they've been in the world for a while, but they were only born four days ago. It's an incredible sight to see young horses trotting around so confidently. In addition to learning how to walk, they're also learning all about their environment, which just so happens to include an inquisitive little girl. The interaction between these three is so sweet, and there's no doubt their bond will only grow stronger as they grow older.