Other Jelly Horses
|Tiny Leg Jelly Horse||The Tiny Leg Jelly Horse makes a short appearance in "The Duke." It pulls a chariot in which Princess Bubblegum and Peppermint Butler are riding, which is surprising due to its tiny legs.|
|Candy Sheriff's Jelly Horse||The Candy Sheriff's Jelly Horse appears in the episode, Little Dude (episode). This time, the horse was green. This horse belonged to The Candy Sheriff, and was knocked out by Little Dude (character) while the Sheriff was inside the bar.|
|Tiny Fake Jelly Horse||The Tiny Fake Jelly Horse is a small, fake Jelly Horse can be seen riding across Hobus's hat in the episode, "The Suitor."|
|Pink Jelly Horse (a)||A Pink Jelly Horse takes Princess Bubblegum and Finn to Cinnamon Bun's house in the episode, "Earth & Water."|
|Pink Jelly Horse (b)||A Pink Jelly Horse similar time that of the one in Earth & Water appears in "Furniture & Meat" to help Finn and Jake escape.|
|Blue Jelly Horse||A Blue Jelly Horse appears in the episode, Gumbaldia. This one is much more detailed, and it’s blue. He was being used by Gumbald to pose for a portrait of him.|
It is a purple horse made of jelly with four very short legs that barely touch the ground - as its belly is what touches the ground in larger part. As a result the legs look more like small flippers than actual legs. The Jelly Horse also has a short, stumpy tail and a few jelly protrusions coming from its head. The bits on its head are likely its ears and mane, though they are very simple-shaped. The feet have no visible hooves. All of these differences make it very different from a normal horse anatomically.
The Jelly Horse wears light blue reins that have a red berry with two leaves where they connect under the horse's jaw. The chariot it pulls is a tub full of milk, used like the milk suit to help Princess Bubblegum recover from the effects of the potion in the Boomerang bottle. The chariot is decorated with fruits and leaves like the horses reins, and is pink like many of Princess Bubblegum's things. It has pink donuts for wheels.