Austrian Josef Tödtling also entered the Guinness World Records 2017 edition for doing a 582-metre trip tied to the back of the quad bike.
The records come after Josef achieved the record for the "Longest duration full-body burn (without oxygen)" in 2013 by spending 5 minutes and 41 seconds on fire in a full-body burn at Salzburg Fire Department in Austria.
The new horse feat involved him travelling 500m while completely engulfed in flames in Teichalm-Fladnitz, Styria.
Josef was accompanied on the rough journey by a quad-bike rider who topped up the flames with lamp oil as needed.
“It just feels amazing to be a Guinness World Records holder because there are many people in the world, and I did it best," he said.
"That’s pretty cool and amazing.”