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Yes✔️💯 I've thrown fits👊🏼👊🏼I've thrown tantrums🙇🏻Perhaps I'm just a RuPaul's Drag Race💅🏻👄obsessed superfan😩🙌🏻Was I obsessed when Shannel 🤑was Miss Absolut Mandarin🤔🤔Yes gawd👌🏻😱Was I obsessed when India Ferrah 👹🌪and Phoenix 👈🏼walked into the workroom in the same wig 👸🏼and the same outfit🙅🏻🐍 in the words of Gia Gunn🐠: Absolutely💯🙌🏻😩So it is my fanatical devotion😛and my undying love 💖and respect☝🏼 for the world RuPaul💄👑 has created here📝🖍that puts me wig🙎🏻head and shoulders🙌🏻👊🏼 above any competitor. Look into your hearts👁❤️, where you will find that the only inductee ➡️🤔into the RuPaul's Drag Race Hall of Fame👑💍is I, Alaska! 🙌🏻💫Halleloo💃🏻yes gawd👼🏻okcurrrr👯👯*tongue pop*🙎🏻

The #RoadtoAllStars Marathon continues now with All Stars!

This first royal court of supreme Queens brought the heat in teams of talented drag sisters. Chad Michaels is ready to welcome an #AllStars2 Queen to the Drag Race Hall of Fame!

Snatch it all up! You can sign in & watch Seasons 2, 4, 5, 6, & 7 on or on the LogoTV app! No sign in required for All Stars 1!

See you at the finish line for #AllStars2 tonight!

Lace front, true believers!

RuPaul’s Drag Race returns tonight.

Technically, RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars, wherein 10 drag queens who missed out on being crowned America’s Next Drag Superstar over the show’s eight previous seasons return to compete for a cash prize of $100,000 and induction into RuPaul’s Drag Race Hall of Fame.

(This is the second All-Star season, and there were three seasons of the off-season offshoot RuPaul’s Drag U, in which RuPaul did not appear in drag and about which we do not speak.)

Across the country, legions of hardcore Drag Race devotees are already chilling the glasses and muddling the mint in preparation for tonight’s premiere. We know what to expect.

What To Watch For When Watching ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars’

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Carbine, a thoroughbred race horse who raced in New Zealand, and Australia. He raced over 43 times, and won 33 times. He became an important sire and is one of the few horses to be inducted into the New Zealand Racing Hall of Fame and Australia’s Racing Hall of Fame.

Carbine was nicked named Old Jack, and was an amazing race horse. On several occasions, he'd race twice on the same day and won. He’s best known for his weight carrying abilities as well, he carried 53 pounds more than the horse who placed second in the Melbourne Cup in 1980. He was retired due to a chronic heel injury, and was sent to stand at Wallace Stud.

He proved himself easily as a sire, and sired a colt named Wallace who was considered the best of his progeny. He also sired Amberite, and La Carabine. In 1895, he was bought for 13,000 Guineas and was sent to the same stud as St. Simon.

Carbine is known for siring Spearmint, who sired some amazing horses himself. Carbine can be found in several pedigrees, including Pharlap, Danzig, Nijinsky II, Deep Impact, and Makybe Diva. Carbine can also be traced through Mine That Bird, and champion filly Rachel Alexandra.

Carbine suffered a stroke, and was put down on the 10th of June, 1914. His skeleton was given to the Melbourne Museum, and it’s displayed at the Australian Racing Museum.