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Imposing

Imposing was a notable Australian thoroughbred racehorse.

He was a chestnut son of Todman from the Artic Explorer mare Hialeah.

Some of his major race victories included the 1979 AJC Epsom Handicap, AJC George Main Stakes and the STC Hill Stakes.

Retired to stud following his successful racing career, his progeny included the champion Super Impose, Imposera (1988 MRC Caulfield Cup) and Imprimatur (1986 AJC Spring Champion Stakes).




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