He has not finished growing yet, but Noddy has just been crowned the world's tallest horse.
The shire stands 20.1 hands (2.06m/6ft 9in) – beating the present Guinness World Record by 17cm (7in).
And his owner reckons the five-year-old has got a couple more years to extend his lead as they usually are not fully grown till they are seven.
Jane Greenman says the 1.3-tonne (204st) horse sounds like 'a mountain moving' when he gallops across her farm in Pakenham in Victoria, Australia.
'I fell off him once and broke nearly every bone in my body – it was a very long way to fall,' she added.