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Sweet Embrace

Sweet Embrace was a notable Australian thoroughbred racehorse. She was a chestnut daughter of Todman from the Port Vista mare Miss Port.

She is best remembered for winning the 1967 STC Golden Slipper Stakes.

The Sweet Embrace Stakes run annually at Randwick Racecourse is named in her honour.


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