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Carbon – Race Results & Past Performances

Date Horse Fin Tr Dist. Sf. Race Cnd 1st 2nd 3rd Time
10/13/21-R4 Carbon 3rd Kem 1 mile S Nursery Handicap 2 Moon Island Unilateralism Carbon 1:39.71
09/20/21-R2 Carbon 1st Lei 7 f T 2 Carbon Al Baahy Mythical Dancer 1:25.08
08/29/21-R1 Carbon 3rd Bev 7 1/2 f T MSW 2 Choirmaster Beltane Carbon 1:31.70

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Carbon (IRE) | Horse Profile | Sky Sports Horse Racing Skip to content Search Sky Sports Carbon (IRE) Age: 2 (Foaled April 6th, 2019) Sex: Bay Colt Breeding: Kodiac – Mzyoon (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) Trainer: R Varian Owner: Mr Abdulla Hussain Lootah Vital Stats Period Runs 1st 2nd 3rd Win % £1 stake Lifetime (Flat) 5 1 1 2 20% £0 Form 2021 13 Oct 3rd 10 ran Weight: 9-7 Winner: Moon Island Beaten by: 2¾ l OR: 81 Trainer: R Varian Jockey: Jack Mitchell Race details: Kempton Park, 1m, Standard / Slow, Class 4 3/1 20 Sep 1st 7 ran Weight: 9-2 OR: 79 Trainer: R Varian Jockey: Andrea Atzeni Race details: Leicester, 7f, Good to Firm (Good in Places), Class 3 4/1 07 Sep 2nd 10 ran Weight: 9-0 Winner: New Dimension Beaten by: hd Trainer: R Varian Jockey: Andrea Atzeni Race details: Leicester, 7f, Good to Firm (Good in Places), Class 4 11/4 29 Aug 3rd 9 ran Weight: 9-5 Winner: Choirmaster Beaten by: 6¼ l Trainer: R Varian Jockey: E J Walsh Race details: Beverley, 7f 96y, Good to Firm (Good in Places), Class 4 7/2 04 Aug 6th 13 ran Weight: 9-2 Winner: Noisy Night Beaten by: 5 l Trainer: R Varian Jockey: Andrea Atzeni Race details: Kempton Park, 7f, Standard / Slow, Class 4 14/1

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Carbon – Horse Racing Nation

Carbon – Horse Kentucky Derby Kentucky Derby 2023 Contenders – Road to the Derby – Derby Prep Replays Triple Crown Races – Kentucky Derby – Preakness Stakes – Belmont Stakes Kentucky Derby News Preakness Stakes News Belmont Stakes News History (1875-2022 Derby Results & Videos) Triple Crown Winners & Misses Breeders’ cup Classic – Knicks Go Distaff – Marche Lorraine Turf – Yibir Juvenile – Corniche Juv Fillies – Echo Zulu All 2021 Winners Breeders’ Cup News Breeders’ Cup History Entries & Results Upcoming Stakes Schedule Stakes Results Stakes Tracker – All Stakes Probables All tracks: Entries & Results – Saratoga Entries & Results – Colonial Downs Entries & Results – Del Mar Entries & Results – Gulfstream Park Entries & Results – Kentucky Downs Entries & Results – Ellis Park Entries & Results – Monmouth Park Entries & Results – Horseshoe Indianapolis Entries & Results News Free! Get the HRN app Latest Headlines – HRN INSIDER – Kentucky Derby News – Podcasts – Wagering & Handicapping – Bettors Share Big Hits – Division Rankings – Race Flashbacks – Graded Stakes Replays University of Louisville Equine Industry Program – Get a Career in Horse Racing! Search All News ————— Featured Blogs – From Coast to Coast – HorseCenter Video Show – The Kentucky Derby Post – New York State of Racing – On the Air with Dr. Derby – Pedigree Power – Setting the Pace – Zipse At The Track All Blogs Horses – Stakes Calendar – Stakes Tracker – Graded Stakes results Active horses – Letruska – Life Is Good – Jackie’s Warrior Current rankings: – 3-year-old colts – 3-year-old fillies – 2-Year-Old colts – 2-Year-Old fillies – All active horses – International Top 250 All-time horses – Secretariat – Man O’ War – American Pharoah Top 250 All-Time Females – Zenyatta – Rachel Alexandra – Beholder Horse of the Year Winners Betting ** Free PPs ** Free – Track Trends Tool (NEW) ** Free ebooks Get HRN Power Picks! Super Screener DerbyWars – Today’s Games – Play For Cash – Play a Free Game Get up to $200 FREE from NYRABets! ** Get a $300 deposit match from AmWager + Daily Rewards** UK Betting Sites Expert Picks – Aqueduct – Keeneland – Power Picks (all tracks) – Free Picks – The Paddock Prince – The Wolf of Belmont – Super Screener – NEW! Charting Horse Value – HRN Pro Reports (6 reports in one) – Pro reports explained Contests Play Contests on DerbyWars! – Today’s Games – Play a Free Game Over $20 million won! – Monthly Leaderboard – King of Saratoga – List of $10,000 Contest Winners! – Head-to-Head Bracket Champions About Us About Horse Racing Nation – Contact Us – Meet the Team – Careers at HRN Follow Us! – Twitter – Facebook – YouTube Get the HRN app! – iTunes – Google Play Trending Saturday Plays Ky. Turf Cup Finding Value Turf Sprint Login   |  Join for Free Home / Horses / Carbon [Edit] Breed, Own & Train horses like Carbon in DerbyVille! Age: 3 year old Colt Status: Active Owner(s): Hussain Alabbas Lootah  –  Trainer: Roger Varian Bred: (IRL) by Hussain Alabbas Lootah  –  [Add Data] Pedigree: Kodiac  –  Mzyoon  by  Galileo Rating: 0.0/10   My Rating: No rating (delete ) Login to rate this horse. Carbon Photo Gallery Pedigree |  Siblings |  Progeny [Edit] KodiacDanehillDanzig Razyana RafhaKris Eljazzi MzyoonGalileoSadler’s Wells Urban Sea High SocietyKey Of Luck Ela’s Gold Carbon – Race Results & Past Performances [Add Race Result][Add Horse] Date Horse Fin Tr Dist. Sf. Race Cnd 1st 2nd 3rd Time 10/13/21-R4Carbon3rdKem1 mileSNursery Handicap2Moon IslandUnilateralismCarbon1:39.7109/20/21-R2Carbon1stLei7 fT2CarbonAl BaahyMythical Dancer1:25.0808/29/21-R1Carbon3rdBev7 1/2 fTMSW2ChoirmasterBeltaneCarbon1:31.70 comments powered by Disqus Top Stories And Tell Me Nolies edges Home Cooking in Del Mar Debutante And Tell Me Nolies rallied in…

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Spotlight on the overlooked role of horses as carbon …

Spotlight on the overlooked role of horses as carbon sequesters A band of Kiger mustangs on the range. The Kiger mustang is a strain of mustang horse located in the southeastern part of the U.S. state of Oregon. © Craig C. Downer Horses and burros, including especially wild, naturally living ones, play a major role in combatting global warming and do this in a variety of ways. One of these concerns their superior ability to sequester, or “lock away”, carbon. They remove carbon from the atmosphere, where, in the form of carbon dioxide, methane and other heat-trapping gases, this element accelerates a dangerous, oven-like increase in temperatures on the entire planet Earth. Related: Wildlife specialist adds voice to plight of Onaqui mustangs All members of the horse family Equidae, as well as their Mammalian Order Perissodactyla, play this same vital and life-saving role. This includes also the various onagers, zebras, tapirs and rhinoceroses of the world, nearly all of which are listed as threatened or endangered with extinction in the Red List put out by the World Conservation Union’s (IUCN) Species Survival Commission (2021). As a member of the IUCN SSC, I have written action plans and species resumes to mount a global effort to save and restore these very important species together with their appropriate habitats. Much of the superior ability of the horses and burros to sequester carbon is related to their special digestive system. This is different from the ruminant digestive system of many other plant-eaters, or herbivores, in our world. These include many millions of cattle, sheep, goats, deer, elk, etc, that are forced in excessive numbers onto ecosystems the world over, including in the United States. Horses and burros possess a monogastric, cecal-fermenting digestive system that is less complex than that of the multi-stomach, rumen-fermenting digestive system of ruminant herbivores. As a consequence, these equids do not as thoroughly decompose their food as do ruminants. As a consequence, the chemistry of equid droppings is more organically intact and complex. This fact has enormously positive consequences for habitats. One of the chief advantages is that equine feces contribute to more vital soils by augmenting their humus content. As many gardeners know, humus is crucial to healthy soils, making these more nutrient-rich and water-retaining. Indeed, the renowned San Francisco Botanical Garden has soils that were enriched from sandy beach loam by mixing horse manure back in the 1870s, and horse droppings continue to play a major part in keeping this garden so exuberant today. The health of ecosystems depends upon healthy plant life, which depends upon healthy soils. Horses create more robust soils that cause grasses, forbs, bushes and trees to flourish when adequate water, healthy air and sunshine are added into the mixture. In regions where they belong, horses have been proven to allow a much greater diversity of species of both plants and animals together with their interrelated roles in the living community. This gives greater resistance and resilience to horse-containing ecosystems. This has been proven here in North America and in many places all over the world. One prime example concerns the restoration of Spanish Retuerta horses in overgrazed ecosystems in Andalusia. This ongoing program is restoring ecosystems that had been overgrazed by livestock for centuries and quite quickly. All the while this program is preserving a rare and ancient horse lineage. Other examples include the Siberian tundra-restoration project involving the hearty Yakutian horses, along with Saiga antelope and Musk oxen (see Zimov, 2005), the restoration of sheep-overgrazed grasslands in Argentina by reintroducing Pampas wild horses, and similar restoration projects in England, Romania, Poland, France,…

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Carbon Copy (horse) – Wikipedia

Carbon Copy (horse) Carbon CopySireHelios (GB)GrandsireHyperion (GB)DamHavers (AUS)DamsireWindbag (AUS)SexStallionFoaled1945CountryAustraliaColourChestnutBreederSilk BrosOwnerA.G.Silk & “H.J Ascot”TrainerDes McCormickRecord45: 14,10,6Earnings£48,194Major winsAJC Derby (1948)W S Cox Plate (1948)St George Stakes (1949) VRC Kings Plate (1949)Chipping Norton Stakes (1949,1950) AJC St Leger (1949)Sydney Cup (1949)AJC Plate (1949)Craven Plate (1949) AJC Randwick Plate (1949)VRC Carbine Stakes (1950) Carbon Copy was an Australian chestnut Thoroughbred horse, who raced from a two-year-old to a five year old recording 14 wins from 1 mile to 2 miles with regular jockey Scobie Breasley winning 8 races was a member of a vintage crop of three year olds 1948-1949 including Comic Court, Foxzami, Vagabond and Bernbrook.[1] Breeding[edit] Carbon Copy was bred by the Silk Bros at their Glen Devon stud Werribee, Victoria by sire Helios (GB) from the mare Havers (AUS) by Windbag, Helios was a Leading sire in Australia and of the classic winner Beau Gem 1947 VRC Victoria Derby and a great broodmare sire.[2] Racing career[edit] Carbon Copy raced between 1948 -1951 and raced for four seasons a sensation in his 3 year old season winning major races in Sydney and Melbourne raced in grand company against the champions Comic Court & Delta and after winning the 1949 AJC Plate at Randwick Racecourse defeating Melbourne Cup winner Russia by 10 lengths was to become the greatest stake winning 3 year old in Australian turf history with an offer of 95,000 pounds being refused by the owners. [3] [4] [5] Carbon Copy’s best son after retiring to stud where he was foaled at was the 1962 AJC Sydney Cup winner Grand Print. Des McCormick trainer was a former drover from Wangaratta was also a successful trainer of jumpers with notables being Winterset and Van Perri from his Mordialloc, Victoria stables. Des McCormick was inducted into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame in 2019.[6][7] Carbon Copy’s racing record: 45 starts for 14 wins, 10 seconds, 6 thirds.[8] 1948 & 1949 racebooks[edit] Front cover 1948 AJC Derby racebook 1948 AJC Derby showing the winner, Carbon Copy 1948 AJC Derby showing starters 1948 AJC Derby showing starters Front cover 1949 VATC St George Stakes racebook. 1949 VATC St George Stakes showing raceday officials. Starters and results 1949 St George Stakes. Starters and results showing the winner, Carbon Copy. 1949 racebooks[edit] Front cover 1949 AJC Sydney Cup racebook 1949 AJC Sydney Cup showing race conditions 1949 AJC Sydney Cup showing the winner, Carbon Copy 1949 AJC Sydney Cup showing starters Front cover 1949 AJC Chipping Norton Stakes racebook. 1949 AJC Chipping Norton Stakes showing raceday officials. Starters and results 1949 AJC Chipping Norton Stakes. Starters and results 1949 Chipping Norton Stakes showing the winner, Carbon Copy. 1949 AJC Chipping Norton Stakes showing band entertainment program. Back cover showing charges at the entrance gates. Stud career[edit] Undoubtedly Carbon Copy’s best performer was Grand Print, winner of the 1962 Sydney Cup and 1964 Australian Cup.[9] References[edit]

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Horse Carbon Steel Camping Knife (Sea Glass)

Horse Carbon Steel Camping Knife (Sea Glass) — horseWhy are we making awesome knives?Good question. At Horse Cycles we love getting outdoors, from bicycle trips in the Hudson Valley, to overnight surf trips in Montauk, N.Y., to day hikes through the Catskills.  We wanted to make a tool that would serve us as well as our customers no matter where the road takes you.  Horse loves steel. Keeping with the tradition of working with high-grade steel and using our knowledge of metallurgy, we decided to offer a high-quality blade for camping or the kitchen.  Use it, love it, have it forever.Why this blade is Awesome!52100 High Carbon Steel blade. (holds a sharper edge longer)G10 Handle (super durable and impact resistant)6 7/8″ overall length with a 3″ blade, it’s up to almost any task!Scandinavian grind for tough chopping or hackingDrop point designHand stamped USA / HORSEHeat treated to 56/58 Rockwell for the perfect blend of edge retention and toughness Nickel lanyard hole for tethering Made by hand, one at a time, with love and care.BLADE CARE ANDS MAINTENANCEHigh-carbon steel is an alloy that contains at least 0.8% carbon, which makes for a hard blade that provides excellent edge retention and tensile strength. The tradeoff for superior performance is that high-carbon steel is more prone to oxidation, though mindfulness and regular care will easily prevent damage to the blade.To the casual knife user, it may seem a burden for a knife to require upkeep, as inexpensive consumer knives are almost universally made with basic stainless steel, and harder carbon steels are usually found in disposable products such as utility razors. Common stainless steels do not offer near the same blade performance as a high-carbon steel, quickly becoming dull and requiring significant effort to bring to a razor edge. High-alloy specialty steels are made that offer exceptional hardness, edge retention, and corrosion resistance, though these steels require intensive fabrication methods (driving up the price of the knife), and are much harder for the user to sharpen.As you’ll notice, we’re not shy about supplying a knife with a hair-popping edge right out of the box, and this edge will last considerably longer than that of a stainless blade. This steel is strikingly easy to sharpen back to a wicked edge after much use, and can be done with basic tools in the field.The primary rule of care for high-carbon is to keep the blade oiled and clean of corrosive elements. If this knife will be used for campfire cooking or sharing an apple, we recommend using food grade mineral oil and wiping the knife clean after cutting acidic foods such as fruits or onions.With use carbon steel will interact with various acids and oils, developing a natural patina. This will darken the steel and create a thin layer of defense against oxidation. This does not make the steel stainless, but will buy you some time before rusting occurs. To some, the discoloration may appear to be a sign of neglect, but to the knowing eye the patina indicates that the knife has been serving its purpose, and has been cared for in return. A patina can be forced onto bare steel by submerging the clean blade in an acid. Sticking the blade in an apple, orange, or potato, and leaving it to soak overnight will leave an incredible organic pattern on the knife. Vinegar is much more aggressive, and will only take a few hours to patina the blade. Soak a rag in vinegar and wrap it around the steel for mottled stripes or suspend the steel in a glass of vinegar for a flat finish. For more intentional striping, paint mustard onto the blade and wipe clean after 2-3 hours. 

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Carbon – Race Record & Horse Form – Sporting Life

Carbon – Race Record & Horse FormAge3 (Foaled 6th April 2019)TrainerR VarianSexColtSireKodiacDamMzyoonOwnerMr Abdulla Hussain LootahDatePosBHATypeCourseDistanceGoingClassStarting Price13/10/213/1081FLATKempton1mStandard / Slow43/120/09/211/779FLATLeicester7fGood to Firm (Good in places)34/107/09/212/10-FLATLeicester7fGood to Firm (Good in places)411/429/08/213/9-FLATBeverley7f 96yGood to Firm (Good in places)47/204/08/216/13-FLATKempton7fStandard / Slow414/1Next OffMost FollowedMOST READ RACING

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