From feeding plans to exercise routines, knowing how much your horse weighs is important information for any equestrian. But without a giant scale… how do you know? Our horse weight calculator is a quick and easy way to estimate horse weight without a scale. All you need is a tape measure!
Want to learn more about horse weight? Read our blog How much does a horse weigh? (Fun facts, calculator, FAQs).
Note: This calculator estimates weight generally, so work with your vet for more exact results. Horse Rookie is not responsible for any issues that arise from the use of this calculator or any inaccuracies in the results.
Not sure how to come up with your heart girth and body length measurements? See our handy guide below.
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