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29,800,000 grains is about four-and-a-half times as heavy as a Horse
In other words, the weight of a Horse is 0.220 times that amount.
(Equus ferus caballus) (Arabian, adult)
n Arabian riding horse (or similar breed) weighs between 6,500,000 grains. During races, horses must carry jockeys and their equipment, which in the Kentucky Derby, for example, can weigh up to 840,000 grains.
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